Question about Canon PowerShot A560 Digital Camera
I have a Canon PowerShot A560. Whenever I take pictures of people, that seem to be squashed. I'm sure it is a setting but I can't figure out how to correct the problem. Any ides?
If you see black margins above and below your pictures, you may have the camera set in Widescreen mode. Press the Func/Set button and see what icon is in the lower left corner of the LCD screen. If you see a "W" there, scroll down to it and you will see the other size options available. You should have L, M1, M2, M3, S, and Postcard as other options. Selecting any of these will make your pictures look 'normal' again.
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