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Resoultion Start Up

My C740 always starts up in HQ resoultion when i turn it on. i want to get it to start up in SQ2. i have switched the 'All Reset' to 'Off' in the Mode/Set-Up, but that doesn't change it.

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Re: Resoultion Start Up

You must go into the menu and choose which record mode you want. Then it will stay on what you have chosen. There is a list of all the different record modes on the manual on the cd. At least there is on mine. Mine is an Olympus c-770.

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