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[Question] How to resize the captured image in the camera.

You can reduce the image size of the captured image and create a new file with a different size.

Original Resized
[10M] 4:3F / N, [9M] 3:2F
[7M] 1:1F, [7M] 16:9F,
[5M] 4:3F, [3M] 4:3F
[2M] 4:3F / N
[1M] 4:3F
[VGA] 4:3F
[1M] 4:3F [VGA] 4:3F

Caution
* You can resize only still images. Movies or MP files cannot be resized.

The procedures for this operation are shown below.

1 Press the playback button.
  Press the playback button.
   
2 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up, Down, Left, Right to display the file you want to resize.
  Press the [ADJ./OK] button
   
3 Press the [MENU] button when the file appears.
  Press the [MENU] button when the file appears.
   
4 The playback menu appears. Press the [ADJ./OK] button Down to select [Resize], and press the button Right.
  select [Resize]
   
5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down to select [1M] or [VGA] .
  select [1M] or [VGA]
   
6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button.
The display indicates that the image is being resized, and then the resized image is recorded. The original image remains unchanged.
Memo [Memo]
  • [3:2F] image has the 3:2 aspect ratio. Resized the [3:2F] images are reduced to 4:3 images with black borders at the top and bottom.
  • [16:9F] image has the 16:9 aspect ratio. Resized the [16:9F] images are reduced to 4:3 images with black borders at the top and bottom.
  • [1:1F] image has the 1:1 aspect ratio. Resized [1:1F] images are reduced to 4:3 images with black borders added on the left and right sides.

Example: If you resize the [1:1F] image (left), the created image becomes 4:3 aspect ratio with black borders added on the left and right sides (right).
1:1F resize example
Answer ID: edc04035
Date created: November 17, 2010
Date modified: November 19, 2010
Product: CX4
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware operations
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