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When I turn camera on to take picture, I get a screen that says "1M 423". It is set on "Auto" which is also indicated on the viewing screen. How do I fix it?

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"1M" stands for 1 megapixel. The camera is set take pictures in 1280x960 pixels mode. To change this press the F button and select another mode. 6M is the highest quality, but will reduce the number of pictures, you can take before the card is full. "423" indicates available space on the card. This number gets lower as you increase quality.

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