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Old May 27, 2004, 5:35 PM   #1
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Posting to email and web pages, driving me nuts, how do you get a decent sized picture to post??
some of mine are large some small when sent vie email and to web pages, what is the best resolution to use for larger pictures. Thanks in advance for any and all replys. Alos do you see a difference in photo quality with brandname vs generic SD cards?? Thanks Really like the camera, any other QV R40 folks here?
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Old Jul 21, 2004, 11:18 PM   #2
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Posting to email and web pages, driving me nuts, how do you get a decent sized picture to post??
some of mine are large some small when sent vie email and to web pages, what is the best resolution to use for larger pictures. Thanks in advance for any and all replys. Alos do you see a difference in photo quality with brandname vs generic SD cards?? Thanks Really like the camera, any other QV R40 folks here?

Hm... I own a QV-R40 too, and i'm not really sure about your question, but the larger resolution picture that you can take the better, and if you need to resize it later for email or others you can do that with microsoft's powertoys which lets you resize it with just a right click and for large pictures do you mean printed out pictures? you can easily find information regarding resolutions for printing at any online printing site... such as shutterfly.com hope this helps
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