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Re: Change camera resolution
Most digital cameras will allow you to select the resolution at which it captures images and/or videos. Some call it "resolution" while some call it "image size" or other similar terms.
The higher the resolution or larger the image size, the larger the file. Many online services restrict the maximum size of image and/or video files they accept. Lowering the resolution or reducing the image size will reduce the size of the files.
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If you can tell me the make and model I can get a more precise answer for you - but, if you check your camera - see if it's set to a really high resolution image - basically; you can set a lot of digital cameras up to take a 4-7mb JPEG photo - small, easily transferable - but not the greatest resolution - you could maybe get say - 5mb x 15 pics =75mb full - whereas if your camera is set to take a HIGH resolution photo - NEF/RAW, etc. - those images can range from 25 - 50mb each - google limit for email attachments is 25mb I believe - you couldn't even send one picture with an email. If you took one pic and it jammed up say 40mb - well, the camera may have another 30mb of space - but based on the conditions and settings - not enough space for another 40mb picture - sending you the message. All the best and good luck -
They are probably high quality, high resolution, which would make them bigger than a low quality or resolution video clip with the same running time. There are many format convertors for video, some of which have dedicated YouTube or iPod modes to convert videos to formats and sizes acceptable to low-bandwidth applications. You can find lots of these for free download on the internet, try www.download.com. One I have used is called ConvertVid.
You can set the resolution in the camera by selecting the menu , settings and selecting the submenus to get the required resolution.
Now it is better to take teh photos with the normal or high resolution as the image will be better, to send the photos by email you can select from photo manager to reduce size so that it can be send easily by phone or PC.
The r07 is just a display that tells you how many pictures you have memory for in the buffer. It's not an error code at all. It will change when you change resolution, since pictures at low resolution take less memory than at high resolution. On the D70s this number will go from about r04 to r11 as you go from RAW down to low resolution.
The camera comes with only 32mb internal memory. In high resolution that will get you about 4 minutes of video if you're lucky.You need to install an SD card of up to 1GB. 1GB in low resolution will give you 5 hours of recording, high resolution about 90 minutes. When you first turn on your camera, there is a counter in the top right of the screen which tells you how many HH:MM:SS you have left in memory.
How about different videos do they have the same resolution? If yes the problem here is not with the video from the camera it can be the resolution of your computer , because if the video card of your computer is not high and the resolution is also not that high video will not look sharp when play to the computer compare when play directly from the camera...