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Re: size of pictures
You cannot make it better, even if you make it larger. If your goal is to make it smaller, Kodak's EasySHare software will allow you to edit and resave as a smaller file for things like web pages or attachments, for example. Just please understand that less data and smaller file size will also limit the print quality to smaller good quality images.
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Press the Menu/OK button. Repeatedly touch the down-arrow function area until you see the "Image Size" option. Touch the MP icon area to enter the image size menu. Touch the left-arrow function area to select the desired image size. Press the Menu/OK button to confirm, save, and exit.
What do you want the resolution set at? What do you want to do with the pictures? If all you want to do with them is to send them by email or to put them on the web, the VGA setting (640x480) is probably enough. If you don't ever print pictures larger than 4x6 inches, the 3M setting (2048x1536) is probably adequate. If you're going to want larger prints, the 8M setting (3264x2448) will let you make 8x10 prints and even larger.
Press the FUNC/SET button. Use the up/down arrows to select the image size setting (marked with an icon sort of like a mountain sloping down to the left). You can change to Medium 1 (3264x2448), Medium 2 (2592x1944), Medium 3 (1600x1200), and Small (640x480). The Large setting is 4000x3000.
Under menu items - look for Image Size, that set the size of image - nothing in manual on Pixels - I would set to FINE and 8MB that would be the MAX size of image. From the Cyber-shot® Handbook link on page 10 - it says the 8MB setting is for 3264x2448 - I cant see how to change the aspect ratio to get the 3:2 for 3264x2176
you can do something 1.take picture in camera . 2.copy the of the picture . 3.go to the picture you want to put in camera . 4.past the name on the picture. 5.change the dimensions of the picture to 3264x2448 or 2448x3264 6.then put the picture in camera (sd card) its work with me
I'll assume you're Lucid 8 is an 8" frame which is likely to be 800 x 600 pixels.
Giving a size in KB isn't the best criteria - it depends on lots of things including what format you're storing in, the composition of the photo, the software you're using, how many photos you want to display and what you're storing them on. I'll assume the storage isn't an issue and you only care about quality.
If you're storing in JPEG, make sure your image is the same size as the frame (probably 800 x 600 pixels), for an average image, a good balance of compression and quality would be 100-250 KB.
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
In general, storage capacity depends on which image size and quality you have selected.
For your information, here is the number of images recordable in a 256MB Compact Flash in the respective image size and quality. Since the image size may vary depending on scenes and subjects, these are approximate values only.
Image size 3264x2448 / 3264x2176 / 2560x1920 / 2080x1560 /1600x1200 / 640x480
Std: 106 / 118 / 167 / 243 / 381 / 1043
FINE: 61 / 69 / 99 / 146 / 235 / 781
X.FIN: 31 / 35 / 50 / 75 / 124 / 594
TIFF: 10 / 11 / 17 / 25 / 43 / 245
RAW and JPEG: 15 / 16 / 17 / 18 / 19 / 20
Image size 544x408 / 320x240
Movie(15fps) : 7 min. 9 sec / 13 min. 44 sec
Movie(30fps) : 4 min. 15 sec / 7 min. 3 sec