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GRAINY PICTURES I got my FZ8 two weeks ago and it took beauiful pictures at first. Now all of my pix are grainy when I transfer the onto my computer to view them. I noticed that the file size of the transferred pix is now recorded in mb where as all of the pictures that are beautiful and not grainy wre recorded in kb. I must have changed a setting and now I'm not sure of how to fix this problem. Thanks, I need lessons on how to use this camera... Jo

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Dude check the resolution of the pictures ur taking .. megapixel's .. go to menu ... photo size and select 7 MP and try again.. :) and do check the mode of operation ... put it in P .. that is programmable mode and then check was ISO ur using... every one of these setting can be adjust from the joy stick button.

long press joy stick button and make these changes.
1.4th option - make it auto
2.5th option - select 7 M
3.6th option - select first mode

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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