For the best resolution, use your FUNC button at the back of your camera. Scroll down on the left hand side to the bottom of the menu which starts with AWB, Set your size of image to 3264x2448 and then using the SET button, select S, which is superfine
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You have to set the camera for high resolution images BEFORE you take the pictures. If you try to make them bigger later (in a computer, you can't do it in camera), you will get fuzziness or blockiness.
I don't know what you mean by "100". On my Lumix, the picture resolutions are given in pixels, like 2560x1920 or 640x480. The larger numbers are the higher resolutions, and for best quality (and biggest native size), you will want the highest resolution available in your camera. You will also want to set the compression to the finest setting. These settings are on the REC settings screen, which is the first to come up when you press the menu button.
Higher resolution/quality photos will require more storage space in memory, so you might want to get another or a bigger memory card.
I dont know what resolution your camera is, but make sure you have it set at the highest it can go. The higher the resolution the better quality the picture. I had a 12mp camera but you could set it as low as 4mp which is ok for snaps but if you are uploading or printing then you need to set your camera to a higher resolution if you can. Read your instruction book it should tell you how to configure your settings there. If it is an old camera that cant be changed then maybe its time to invest in a higher mp camera perhaps 8mp 10mp or even 12mp
In simple words select higher mega pixel value...
All the settings are not available in all shooting modes.
But in programmable mode find out settings viz."Image Size". By setting this at highest value You can get which you are looking for.
All cameras have multiple settings for picture quality. For example if you email a lot of pictures select a lower resolution. If you have "poster" size prints made select the highest resolution you camera will do. Go into your cameras set up and select the highest resolution you have. should be about 12MP. You have a high quality print with that.
You may have the picture resolution set too high, or saving in "raw".
Change resolution to somthing lower, such as 6MP (megapixels) for now, and go to a higher resolution, like 10.... in a month or so.
Also Canon switched memory cards from CF to SD/SDHC.
Look at the memory card and look for a number within a circle. That is the speed rating. "6" is the highest rating (fastest) you may have a "4" .... use only a "6" in that camera. A new rating method is emerging in the industry ( 1 ~ 10) ... in the future, use a "10", when it becomes available.
Since you did not state your camera make/model, it is still safe to say that you would need to go into the menu and change the image quality to "large". Typically a JPG if you are not familiar with "RAW" (i.e., if your camera will shoot RAW). JPG is the easiest. The larger the image the higher the resolution. This allows more information to be in your image file. Prints made from larger images will look better.
It did likely re-set to lower resolution when the batteries were changed. To set it where you want, press the "F" button when in shooting mode. You'll see the options, one of which is for image size/quality.