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DSC-W80 Pictures Pixel

Some of my shots look really good, but several look very "pixelated"--you can see the different pixels. Any reason why?

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It may also be a quality setting, if you choose a lower quality photo, it may not be as sharp but will consume much less space then the same picture with a higher quality. Generally there are 3 quality modes on most camaras, again you will find these settings in the menu.

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Your lighting may be set different on your camera.for example if you are outside the lighting is different inside.your camera should have amenu where you can change the lighting setting

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