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Quality settings Why are there so many quality settings?

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Re: Quality settings

Different quality settings are used for different purposes; for example, lower quality settings can be used to e-mail pictures because of its small file size. Higher quality settings are used for printing photo quality images.

Posted on Aug 31, 2005

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SOURCE: Quality mode setting

Press the monitor button. The amount of images that can be stored and the selected quality mode will appear in lower-left corner of the LCD display.

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SOURCE: Changing the quality setting

There are three groupings of shooting modes on the C-720UZ - 1) Program & A/S/M, 2) Auto & Sports & Portrait & Landscape, 3) Movie mode. Each group can retain a quality selection for all modes in the group. Therefore, you cannot have a different quality setting for each shooting mode within a grouping.

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SOURCE: Changing the quality setting

There are three groupings of shooting modes on the C-725 UZ: 1) Program & A/S/M, 2) Auto & Sports & Portrait & Landscape, 3) Movie mode. Each group can retain a quality selection for all modes in the group. Therefore, you cannot have a different quality setting for each shooting mode within a grouping.

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All pictures are very grainy even video is not clear .It was ok when new but know it is very poor quality.Is there a different setting to clear this problem .


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Press the MENU icon (middle icon) on the left side of the LCD screen. Then press the QUALITY icon (lower row left icon). Choose from one of the four icons. One symbol equals VGA (640x480) (standard quality). Two symbols equal ECONOMY (1024x768) (standard quality). Three symbols equal STANDARD (1600x1200) (standard quality). Four symbols equal HIGH QUALITY (1600x1200) (highest quality)

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Changing the quality setting


There are three groupings of shooting modes on the C-725 UZ: 1) Program & A/S/M, 2) Auto & Sports & Portrait & Landscape, 3) Movie mode. Each group can retain a quality selection for all modes in the group. Therefore, you cannot have a different quality setting for each shooting mode within a grouping.

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Changing the quality setting


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Settings


The best picture quality setting on the D-390 is SHQ (Super High Quality). The SHQ file is the largest of all four quality settings. The image file size is approximately 786K.

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My pictures are not the quality I expected. What can I do?


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