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My Dimage A1 camera has been fuctioning perfectly. Recently, I changed from JPEG to RAW and took several images. I now am attempting to return to JPEG without success. I believe I am following instructions correctly on pages 80, 81, & 82 of the Instruction Manual, but I apparently am missing a step or two somewhere. When I click on "Image Size" and "Quality" in the Menu Section, either nothing happens or it pops back to the previous selection. When I right click on the Size and Quality, again, nothng happens. Suggestion?

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  • Don trager Aug 03, 2010

    My comment is that the first answer is incredibly poor! I did not say I took many images in RAW. I only took 8! Secondly, what "memory" was refered to? This camera doesn't have an internal memory; it uses CompactFlash cards and the one in use has space left for 264 images in RAW! Is there someone available who is familiar with changing "Quality" settings in the Dimage A1?!!

  • Don trager Aug 03, 2010

    Lee the Deuce came up with the correct solution, that being re-setting the entire camera system. I've tried many other things in the last couple of days with no result at all.

    THANKS!!!!!!

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Have you tried the reset on the 1st menu page? Are you clicking the right button on the 4 way directional pad? use left and right to highlight and up and down to change. Hope this helps.
Thank you,
Lee

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  • Don trager Aug 03, 2010

    Lee:

    I'm confident I'm using the 4-way correctly.
    I've now re-set the camera, but with no result.

  • Don trager Aug 03, 2010

    Lee:

    I WAS WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!! The camera re-set now seems to have worked and I'm back to JPEG Fine.

    THANKS MUCH FOR YOUR HELP AND PATIENCE!!!!!!!

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    Lee A. Aug 03, 2010

    You are very welcome. Please take a moment to accept/rate my solution accordingly.
    Thanks again,
    Lee


  • Don trager Aug 04, 2010

    Lee:

    Please let me know if my acceptance and rating didn't come through. Thanks again!

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Hi there,

Well it seems that problem is occur due to low camera memory, as you said in your question that you take many of the pictures in RAW file format, so first of all we suggest you to delete some of the pictures from memory and then try again.
If further you have the same problem then you may try to reset your camera to factory default settings (note. resetting the camera will delete all the settings and data from phone, so please make a backup first before resetting).

Good Luck!!

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