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Learn how to set the image quality and resolution function using the Canon XSi/450D
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You can choose the camera picture quality by going in to the main menu, move over to the first record tab and the very first item is the quality. These includes resolution and image quality, there is a difference between a two, if I press set you can see that I have L with high image quality L with low image quality same thing with medium and small resolutions.
What you see here means that the resolution you are currently setting is only applicable to the creative modes to the modes displayed here in white. When you go to an automated mode the resolution can be set differently, in the automated modes you do not have access to the raw file formats. I am not going to get into raw file formats to this video , but if you want to know more about this format go to the glossary section at LBguides.com. I default the camera chooses a high resolution with the high quality and this is really great, I do not need to change this so the default settings are fine. If you want to change this for email images, for example choosing this small resolution with the high quality, just press the down navigation button and you can see now, my resolution is 3.4 mega pixels and I chosen the higher quality of the 2 JPEG options.
Normally I should JPEG, so I just stick to the high resolution with the high image quality. Press set and the quality has been set.
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