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Changing the quality setting

How does changing the quality setting in a shooting mode affect other shooting modes?

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There are three groupings of shooting modes on the C-720UZ - 1) Program & A/S/M, 2) Auto & Sports & Portrait & Landscape, 3) Movie mode. Each group can retain a quality selection for all modes in the group. Therefore, you cannot have a different quality setting for each shooting mode within a grouping.

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