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Resolution olympus d-560 ...when i set the resolution to sq1:1024x768 (76 frames) press "OK" and turn the camera off it resets back to hq:2048x1536 (20 frames), it keeps doing this even if i shoot some pictures and then turn it off. could it be the memory card ? the batteries are new and everything else works fine, the camera is about 3 years old. Rob L

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No, it resets itself because it is an older camera.Most older cameras will, once turned off, return to their original settings.
So, if you want it to be 76 frames, you will have to do that each time you turn on your camera.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • leamar968 Oct 06, 2010

    That's not correct on The D-560Z. It has a manu setup to reset the config when it turn off, or to keep it. A different thing is if you remove the batteries.

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