Specifying Image Quality

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SHOOTING A SNAPSHOT

Specifying Image Quality

Your camera lets you select “Fine” (maximum image quality), 

“Normal”, or “Economy” (maximum memory economy) for the 

image quality setting. The initial setting is “Normal”. Select “Fine” 

if you want to give priority to image quality, or “Economy” to give 

priority to the number of images you can store in memory.
• For information about image size, image quality, and number 

of images that can be stored, see page 260.

This setting applies to snapshots only.

• For information about movie image quality, see page 91.

1.

In the REC mode, press [MENU].

2.

On the “Quality” tab, select “

 Quality” and 

then press [

X].

3.

Use [

S] and [T] to select the image quality 

setting you want and then press [SET].

NOTE

• The “Fine” setting helps to bring out details when shooting 

a finely detailed image of nature that includes dense tree 

branches or leaves, or an image of a complex pattern.