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Re: DSC-W80 Pictures Pixel
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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Electronic shutter in lens mechanism got bad and you need to replace complete lens assembly of DSC-S500 camera.
Of course new lens assembly would cost more then camera worth so best option is to buy new camera.
If it has the remapping option, it doesn't say so in the manual.
from what I understand, every camera comes already with "dead pixels" and its already remapped so that you won't easily notice it. with time, more pixels drop off and you need to remap it again.
Now the thing is, the remapping just makes the dead pixel an average of its surounding pixels, and there are photo editing programs that do the same thing, have the remapping option. so basicaly what i'm saying is that if you're out of warranty dont be in a rush to get it fixed.
The DiMAGE 7i has four different image size settings; Full 2560x1920, UXGA 1600x1200, XGA 1280x960 and VGA 640-480. The recorded pixel size in each mode is almost equivalent to an image captured with a 5 mega pixel, a 2 mega-pixel, 1.3 mega-pixel, 0.35 mega-pixel DSC respectively.
All of your pics are output at 8 bits/pixel, so the 14 bits are related to internal processing.
For your purposes in Photoshop, this won't really matter as you'll be dealing with either a JPEG or with a TIFF image, both of which are 8 bits/pixel. What is more important and that you want to makes sure of is that your images are well exposed, well saturated, well focused, and not overly sharpened.