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Learn how to set the image quality function using the Canon SD770 IS
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Setting the picture quality is very simple in this camera. You have access to it in any mode. Go ahead and press the Function button right here in the center to access the Function menu.
And your image quality, if you go down, or even if you go up, you can go down here, you want to basically get to the second one from the bottom with this little “S” in the quarter pie. This is image quality. By default, the image quality here is set to Fine which will give you okay quality and a lot more pictures when you have a resolution set to large or 10 mega pixels. But what I like is setting it to Super Fine because the image quality will be that much better and I still high resolution.
However, the number of pictures that I can take has dropped significantly but that’s okay. I can just get a bigger memory card. They’re really not that expensive anymore. So, I recommend using Super Fine and just clicking Set to escape the function menu and leaving it Super Fine in any case. I prefer high quality and if I need lower the resolution to get more pictures but high quality is to me very, very important.
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