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I need help setting my card to 640x480 sq so that it will stay always goes back to 1984x1488

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  • kcmdc May 30, 2008

    Sorry forgot to mention that (Olympus D550 Zoom)

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Hi,

may i know first the exact model of your camera.?

thank you

Posted on May 30, 2008

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  • micromaster
    micromaster May 30, 2008

    link for the MANUAL

  • micromaster
    micromaster May 30, 2008

    set the Number of Storable Photos.

  • micromaster
    micromaster May 30, 2008

    into SQ High: 640 x 480 :66 frames

  • micromaster
    micromaster May 30, 2008

    on the SETUP TAB (see image below)

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