CX1 FAQs - By Product
[Question] Let me know about the details on the Picture quality mode and the image size.
The file size of a still image is determined by a combination of its picture quality mode and image size. There are two picture quality modes depending on the compression ratio used - normal mode (N) and fine mode (F).
For a movie, you can select the movie size.
|Normal mode (N)||An image is compressed higher, then the file size becomes small.|
|Fine mode (F)||An image is compressed lower, then the file size becomes large.
This is a higher quality than Normal mode.
[Picture Quality Mode and Image Size]
|Image Size||Picture Quality Mode||Items displayed in a camera menu||Remarks|
- •When scene mode is set to [Skew Correct Mode], you can select 1280 x 960 or 640 x 480.
- •When scene mode is set to [Text Mode], you can select 3456 x 2592 or 2048 x 1536.
- •When [F3:2] is set, a black border is added to the top and bottom of the picture display to illustrate the shooting range.
- •When [F1:1] is set, a black border is added to the left and right sides of the picture display to illustrate the shooting range.
See the FAQ below for more information on how to change the picture quality mode or the image size.
Date created: June 18, 2009
Date modified: August 26, 2009
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Category: Hardware specifications
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