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"3:2 Resolution"

Is there "3:2 Resolution" mode available in the camera?

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Re: "3:2 Resolution" - Olympus EVOLT E-300 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

NO. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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Trying to change the resolution of the pictures taken from fine to less pixels so the file is not so large


The available menu items vary depending on the camera mode.
The shooting menu is available only in the shooting mode, and the viewing menu is available only in the playback mode. So set your camera to shooting mode and press menu. In menu you will find image size for still image. Set up as you prefer. If you don't have a manual. Find it in the link below.

https://docs.sony.com/release/DSC-H7_H9.pdf

Sep 03, 2014 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H9 Digital Camera

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Display of remaining pictures remains 9999 no matter what size stick is in the camera


If you have a large Gb card and you have set your camera to the lowest resolution, 9999 is the highest the available frame count will go up to. You may well be able to shot more images than 9999 on low resolution. Try setting the camera to the highest resolution and see if the available no. of shots changes. You should also note that the available no. of shots left is only an approximation.

Jun 29, 2014 | Canon Powershot A2000 IS Digital Camera

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What is image mode?


The image mode setting, available in the menu, allows you to set the size of the pictures. Smaller pictures result in smaller files, allowing you to store more pictures on a memory card, but larger pictures capture more detail and allow for larger enlargements and more cropping.

Unless you have a very good reason, set your camera to the largest (it should already be there by default, unless you've changed it). You paid for the high resolution, so use it.

Mar 26, 2011 | Nikon COOLPIX S6000 Digital Camera

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THE CAMERA IS CLICKING PICS IN THE LOW RESOLUTION MODE BECAUSE WHEN I GOT THEIR PRINTOUTS THEY ARE BLURRED


open the menu in camea mode and change the resolution to a higher number and take some photos. standard resolution should give you a good looking 4 by 6 in photo, a higher resolution should give you good 8 by 10 photo prints, if not, then something else is going on with yoru camera

Mar 19, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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How to set picture resolution.


Turn the camera on and set the slide on the right hand side to the red camera icon, as if you are taking photos. Turn the dial on top of the camera to the red camera icon. Press the middle circle button (menu/set), you will see that the 'picture size' menu is highlighted. Press the right arrow key to view the different resolutions available, select with the up, down and menu/set button. Press the menu/set button again to leave menu. To change resolution in intelligent auto mode, do the same thing but turn the dial to the red camera with the 'iA' in it.

Sep 20, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50 Digital Camera

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Can't get the full LCD to remain available-defaults to frame


Is it just the display that behaves this way? Please check the Image Quality option in the shooting or settings menu. Select the Largest option available (normally you get options such as Large and Fine). This will make the camera shoot in full resolution. After taking the picture, access the menu again and check whether the camera has automatically changed the Image Quality to a lower resolution.

Jan 31, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera

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Low resolution/pixels on "auto" mode


Download the user manual HERE and it will tell you exactly how to change the setting.
Is an easy fix when you know it

May 02, 2008 | Canon PowerShot S3 IS Digital Camera

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Dpi issue


reset your camers settings.

Apr 01, 2008 | Fuji FinePix Z1 Digital Camera

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Memory


Ok, here's the deal...

The '9 hours' of recording time is a bench mark only... The unit only comes with 64 MB of internal memory, and when you are recording in the highest resolution, (Mpeg4) mode, then it eats up the available space really fast. Keep in mind, that in high resolution video mode, as opposed to standard, you will eat up at least 64 in about 7 minutes, not 5.

I dropped a 512 MB SD card in the camcorder, and on high resolution video, you might get away with 45 minutes to and hour. The camcorder records in 640 by 480 resolution, which isn't bad, but certainly isn't in DVD quality either...

So, pick youself up a 2 GB SD card, and you will certainly get up to at least 5 hours in standard mode. Rule of thumb, 400 MB per hour in standard mode. But, if you also go into the camera mode and take high resolution photos, that will also eat up your available storage ability...

Any other questions, just let me know...

Dec 27, 2007 | Jazz DV-179 Digital Camera

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Maximum resolution


The file size in TIFF quality mode non-compressed at 2560x1920 resolution is approximately 15MB.

Aug 31, 2005 | Olympus Camedia E-20N Digital Camera

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