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Sizing photos I would like to size my photos when transferring to pc. Is there an easier way to do this rather than going into photoshop?

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Only by changing your shooting size on the camera itself. The options are: 640 x 480 · 1024 x 768 · 2048 x 1536 · 2592 x 1944 · 3264 x 2448. You might want to try another program, some are easier for simple resizing

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