9th July 2004, 11:12 AM
9th July 2004, 06:42 PM
Hi I might be wrong but to sum up your query, the quality of JPG setting actually referes to the ratio of compression. How tightly your image is compress. the higher the quality... the bigger the size and more detail information is intact. less quality, high compression lost of detail information. It will not effect the megapixel.
Originally Posted by Chlee
The best solution is to leave it as high quality as possible. if you have memory card storage constraint, set to shoot in lower megapixel.
9th July 2004, 10:47 PM
Thanks for your reply.... for a moment, I thought nobody is going to respond to my query.....
That's what i thought too... regarding the quality..... Just want to make sure that at lower megapixel setting but with the same quality setting, the image will not actually have a lower quality.......
9th July 2004, 11:07 PM
Lower megapixel meant that you could print smaller. But to be sure, check your manual to see what megapixel count is used. Every camera is different. Make sure the image have at least 2MP.
10th July 2004, 08:03 AM
Originally Posted by mpenza
Will keep that in mind...... I will not go below 3MP.....