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The only way to avoid any loss of image quality is to save the picture in DNG, RAW, or TIFF format. Any JPEG compression will always lose some quality, though the amount can be varied on most cameras. Depending on the make and model of the camera, the best quality (least loss) will be something like "Best," "Fine," or "Superfine." Consult your manual for the choices available on your camera. If you need further assistance, please feel free to ask. But please specify the make and model of your camera.
15 Image Size
The image size and quality setting determines the number of photos that can be saved and the amount of
memory required for each photo. The higher the photo quality the more memory it will use up. The image size
and quality will also affect the maximum size you can print your photo effectively. To set the Image size:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press Right/Left button to select the Image Size mode.
3. Press the Up/Down button to select the desired image size.
4. Press the Menu button to confirm, save and exit to standby mode. If this still doesn't work, press the menu button twice.
I'm sorry to inform you but after researching your camera only records for 20 seconds. It has nothing to do with your card. Only 20 second blocks of time.
Movie mode - The total amount of recording time available is shown by the green "00:20"
in the lower right hand corner. This is SHQ 640x480 resolution at 30fps, the maximum recording
time is 20 seconds. In the lower quality 640x480 @ 15fps or 320x240 size, the recording time is
limited only by space on your xD card. The shaking hand icon indicates that we have the image
stabilizer turned on.
There should be 2 settings, 1 for internal memory, 1 for external (card) memory. Internal memory is always low, especially if camera is set to high quality photos so only a few can be taken. check your settings on picture quality.