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Pictures are not the quality I expected

My pictures are not the quality I expected. What can I do?

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Use the Quality setting on your camera to select a picture resolution. To change the quality setting: Press the Menu button. Select Picture Quality, and then press the OK button. Select the Picture Quality setting you want to use, and then press the OK button. Press the Menu button to exit the menu. NOTE: The setting remains until you change it.

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