I took some pictures of some boats over the weekend, with my Canon G6. Unfortunately when i got home and checked the pictures I noticed that teh writing on the boats (i.e advertising) was not clear at all.
What could be the reason for this?? Coudl it be that teh camera shook while taking the pcitures??
The picture files are approx 1.8 megs.
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Re: photo quality problems
Besides the issues of focus or shutter speed causing things like camera motion, the file size indicates less than highest resolution and probably more the minimal jpeg compression. Too much compression could reduce detail.
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it sounds as if you may have the picture quality set to draft, its worth a check, especially if printing is ok. Does it print colour writing well too or just black, one of the colour inks may have a block or be low, go into printer settings menu and check what print quality its set for.
Hi there You should have a USB lead that goes from the camera to the PC, just connect them up and let the computer install the new hardware, once done if it doesn't autoplay just look in computer for "removable device" just double click on it to open the device and then copy the pics to the PC.
After a couple years of use, neither of my computers will recognize my G6. This is the second G6 I've had with this problem. Canon replaced the first camera with a new one. I have just returned from a trip, and don't know how to get the photos transferred, before I send it back to Canon. Would appreciate any helpful information. Thanks.
Sounds like an oversensitive autorotate sensor. Recommend holding the camera very steady when taking a picture. If it still acts up, recommend just turning the sensor off, as you can use just about any photo editing software to rotate your photos if desired.
Press the Menu button, find and select the "Setup" menu, go down the list to find the "Autorotate" selection to turn it on/off.
As simple as this may sound, have you cleaned the lens lately? A lot of image quality deterioration comes from a finger print or other smudge on the lens. Digital cameras are succeptable to even the smallest gunk on the lens. Because the lens element is very tiny, use a cotton swab with a drop of lens cleaner (or isopropyl alcohol) to thouroughly clean and dry the lens. If it isn't a dirty lens, check your file-size and flash settings.
It is no problem to change the version of program. You will not loss your photos. Your photos are actualy on the diferent folders on your PC hard disk but not in the folder of ZoomBrouser - the program will not touch them. Go ahead. ;)
Best Regardes Aleksey