1. ken-do's Avatar
    Can anyone recomend a website or link that will explain the options with the camera...like why use the small picture size or superfine quality over normal, white balance? geotagging on or off? Etc etc

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    08-10-09 12:02 PM
  2. ABHORRANCE's Avatar
    I use the largest resolution and store pics on my SD card so I can have more to work with in Photoshop.
    The white balance is much similar to that of a standard handheld digital camera. This camera doesn't have all the stabilization and extras, so I find auto mode to be the best in most cases.
    Geo tagging saves your GPS coordinates to the meta tag, and sites such as Picasa will read this and add a map placemark or info upon uploading this file.

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    08-10-09 12:27 PM
  3. ken-do's Avatar
    Thank you,
    Is it safe to say large picture size and superfine quality would be the best setting? Any downside?

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    08-10-09 12:37 PM
  4. OmegaF150's Avatar
    The only downside is it is a much bigger file but if your putting them on a sd card it is all good. I am a photochopper like abhorrance so we need the best quality we can get regardless of size.

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    08-10-09 04:03 PM
  5. ken-do's Avatar
    Thanks, understood.

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    08-10-09 04:40 PM
  6. keithb2real#CB's Avatar
    it might effect you if you like to send pics to people. The file sizes will be large so some phones may be unable to receive them.
    08-10-09 07:15 PM
  7. ken-do's Avatar
    That makes sense. Do any of these camera options diminish the quality of the photo?

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    08-10-09 07:18 PM
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