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Old 07-09-2004, 06:39 AM   #1
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my first digital camera

just got a digital camera. i am having trouble reducing the size of the pic. AA says max of 250 and pics are .92 mb Any hints?
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Try this and see if it helps.

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thanks Kevin for the link to the Windows XP image rezizer. It is like the easiest thing i ever encounterd. You know all the best stuff

I usualy keep the camera set to standard, and save as jpg. this also will keep the size down.
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I usualy keep the camera set to standard, and save as jpg. this also will keep the size down.
Only problem I have there...is that you never know when your gonna get "THE" pic and it just begs to be printed as largely as possible. With lower settings the largest possible for a quality image may be 3X5 8O If you have the space on your hard drive, or have a CD burner...memory for your camera is cheap, you should take the pics in the highest settings possible.
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thanks I'll keep that in mind. I never thought of that.
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