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Learn how to set the image resolution function using the Canon A610/A620
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Setting the resolution in the Canon A610 is pretty simple. It’s found on function menu, there just below the quality setting and you just press the function button to access the function menu. And I’ll press the down navigation button, there is the quality and this is the resolution. The resolution you have a large, medium one, medium two, small and postcard at the end. You can use the right and left navigation buttons to change that option. There is medium and you can see the resolution right here of each one the exact resolution of each option. That’s 1600x1200 that’s about two mega pixel picture, small 640x480 that’s good for emails postcard.
The amount is 1600x1200 its the same resolution as medium two, but the advantage of postcard is that you can have it stamp the date on your picture and the reason why it’s 1600x1200 because that’s really all you need for a standard 4x6 picture. And this relay to stamp the date as well on the picture, so that’s the advantage there. I personally prefer using the large resolution because you can always reduce it later on, I can even add the date if choose to later on the computer when using any application just about and that’s it, that’s resolution.