Question about Cameras
I have been told that my pictures are poor resolution how can I fix this
Take higher resolution pictures? hehe!
Go to the settings menu of your camera, then into the picture quality options and stick it on "high".
High-resolution images will take up more space, so make sure your memory card is large enough to hold the number of images you're going to take.
At 6 mega-pixel (the resolution) each image is going to be around 2-3Mb each. A 1Gb (1024Mb) card will obviously store around 500 pictures. =-]
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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