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Camera settings, functions

On the Function menu, SIZE . what do these mean and how to I choose the correct settings . MEGA, SVGA, VGA, QVGA,UXGA.
I have no idea what each one means.
This is supposed to be a 2.0mp camera but using the samsung photo editor the quality is not so good when I zoom in .
I want to use camera for taking pics of documents so need the best quality there is.
Would it be better to transfer the images to My Pics on my PC , will that improve quality.
Hope someone out there can help
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  • a ed Feb 03, 2010

    Thanks for reply, I have checked and menu reads - MEGA(1152x884). UXGA( 1600x1200)
    So does this mean that UXGA is a larger image than MEGA.
    Also I guess that I should set quality to Superfine ?
    I want to get it set up corrctly before I visit the archives, copying by hand takes so long.

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Hello my friend,it should be UXGA,but i havent heard about MEGA so check it too but i think is the first one.Samsung they have brilliant photos when you see it on the mobile but when your transfer it to the computer are not so good.All the photos even with the best cameras when you zoom especially when you pass the optical zoom the picture is not good,only with special lens.You can try to put an effect like black and white on your photos sou you could see clearer the words on your document.There are a lot of image editing programs that are freeware too that they have this effect:)

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    marios basileiou Feb 03, 2010

    Yes,UXGA is your 2mp photos that you looking for.Yes set it to superfine:)

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