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Please don't confuse the input resolution with the print resolution. DPI controls how many dots per inch are printed. It has nothing to do with how the picture is taken, that's controlled by the input resolution (also called image size). The image quality has nothing to do with either, it controls how much the image is compressed before being stored.
Input resolution (image size) is controlled by the "IMAGE SIZE" entry in the Shooting menu. 14 megapixels is the best this camera can do.
Image quality is controlled by the "COMPRESSION" entry in the Shooting menu. FINE is the best quality, least compression.
The DPI is controlled by whatever program you're using to print your picture. Were you to print a 14-megapixel picture at 72 DPI, you would get a picture that's almost 5 feet by 4 feet. Were you to print the same picture at 300 DPI, you would get a picture that's about 14 inches by 11 inches. If you wanted to print a 6 inch by 4 inch picture, you would have to print at about 700 DPI.
photos that have been already taken before any changes will not be affected after photo setting.Use camera menu or setup to look for RESOLUTION, PHOTO SETUP, IMAGE TYPE,STANDARD OR TYPE on menu to change photo resolution..
I set all my cameras to the maximum number of megapixels and "fine" quality. You never know when you'll capture that perfect picture and want to blow it up to maximum size. You can make these changes in the camera menu.
Press the menu button and go into the image mode setting. Use the right arrow to go into the table of quality options. Use the up/down on the dial to select the file size (quality) you want. You will then see the quantity of images the card has room for, at the selected resolution.
Shooting pictures in Fine quality will give you atleast 300 DPI resolution. Check your camera setup menu to see what quality you're shooting in, and adjust as necessary.
If you need to print 300dpi, this is done in whatever program you're using to output. In Photoshop, this is done by going to image>image size and changing Resolution to 300 (or whatever other resolution you want)
Turn on your camera. Trun the switch on the top of the camera to AUTO. Press the middle button right of the display (x/-). Then you can first change the size (7M, 6M, 5M, 5M, 3M, 1M). If you now use the circle button on the right bottom and on this button you press up or down you can change the quality (very fine, fine, normal). You can change the size and quality if you press left/right on the circle button.
just change the resolution set the camera on photo mode then press trash button, it should display the resolutions i recomend 1.3 megapixels for normal pictures, when you need the high resolution change it to better also if you use the options of the photo mode you can change from fine to normal picture quality
It is the setting on your camera ,if you set at (2592x1944) superfine ,you were only can take 11 picture.So if you want to take more pictures ,try set to lower resolution.
Below is the setting table:
Reso Quality Approx.file size # images on 32MB card
(2592 x 1944) Superfine 2.4 MB 11
Fine 1.4 MB 21
Normal 695 KB 43
(2048 x 1536) Superfine 1.6 MB 18
Fine 893 KB 33
Normal 445 KB 67
(1600 x 1200) Superfine 1002 KB 30
Fine 558 KB 54
Normal 278 KB 107
(640 x 480) Superfine 249 KB 119
Fine 150 KB 195
Normal 84 KB 336
I'm guessing, cause i own a F505 and not a FD73......but, I dont even see a use for the F505 "standard" quality setting. It will stay on "FINE" quality always.
I've got a HP 882c and it prints just fine. I use HP premium photo paper and the printer setting BEST. Are you using photo paper? Regular paper will bleed the colors around.
Take some pictures on FINE and print them out on photo paper w/ printer BEST and compare.