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Old Dec 14, 2005, 9:02 PM   #1
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Hi,

My canon (A610) offers both fine and superfine "compression"

Is there any reason I should not be using superfine for all of my pictures if memory is not an issue and I only use my photos for making printouts?

Are there situations in which it would be detrimental to use "superfine" compression (ie in low light settings or when the subject of the photo is in motion)?

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Old Dec 15, 2005, 9:51 AM   #2
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Hi,

My canon (A610) offers both fine and superfine "compression"

Is there any reason I should not be using superfine for all of my pictures if memory is not an issue and I only use my photos for making printouts?

Are there situations in which it would be detrimental to use "superfine" compression (ie in low light settings or when the subject of the photo is in motion)?

Thanks!
Juggernaut
No reason not to use it... You can reduce resolution later if you have too much, but you can't add it back if you got too little in the first place...

If you heavily crop an image, you will notice the lower resolution.

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