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SPECIFYING IMAGE SIZE*

"Image size" is the size of the image, expressed as the number of vertical and horizontal pixels. A "pixel" is one of the many tiny dots that make up the image. More pixels provide finer detail when an image is printed, but a higher pixel count also causes the image's file size to be larger. You can select an image size to suit your needs for greater detail or smaller file size.

JUST FOLLOW THESE STEPS

In a REC mode, press [MENU].
Use and to select the "Quality" tab.
Use and to select "Size", and then press .
Use and to select the setting you want, and then press [SET].
•  When selecting the image size, the image size value (pixels) will alternate on the display with a corresponding print size. The print size indicates the optimum paper size when you print an image that is the image size you select.
•  The above print sizes are all approximate values when printing at a resolution of 200 dpi (dots per inch). Use a larger setting when you want to print at a higher resolution or when you plan to produce a larger size print.
•  Selecting the "3072 × 2048 (3:2)" image size will record images with a 3:2 (horizontal : vertical) aspect ratio, which is optimal for printing on paper with an aspect ratio of 3:2.
This tip has been developed using an EXILIM Zoom EX-Z750. Please note that the maximum resolution may be different in other EXILIM cameras.
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