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CoolPix 775

Parts of the Camera
Switch On
Automatic Turn Off
Battery Management

Auto Mode
Zoom Buttons
Taking an Image
Monitor Control
Viewing Stored Images
Overiding Auto Settings
Scene Modes
Focus Modes/Self Timer
Flash Modes
Movie Mode
Playback Mode
Transferring Images

Image Sizes
Image Quality
Size/Quality Decision

Operating the Menus
More Information

What Size and Quality Settings Should I Use to Capture Images?

Good prints can only be obtained from large sized, high quality images. It is good practice to capture images at the highest size and quality available. A graphics editor can then be used to convert files for web page display and email. Once you are certain you no have no further use for the full size originals, discard them to free up disk space. If you shoot at low size and quality, you do not have the option of obtaining good quality prints, should you capture some particularly pleasing images.

If you are certain you will not be printing the images, shoot at a lower size and quality setting that gives you acceptable images for your purpos. You will then be able to fit more images on the memory card.

Image Capacities of a 128 MB Memory Card

Size Dimensions Quality SettingImage File Size Number of Images
Full1600 x 1200Fine 971 KB 135
Full1600 x 1200Normal 489 KB 268
Full1600 x 1200Basic 251 KB 523
XGA 1024 x 768 Fine 403 KB 325
XGA 1024 x 768 Normal 210 KB 625
XGA 1024 x 768 Basic 111 KB1182
VGA 640 x 480 Fine 164 KB 798
VGA 640 x 480 Normal 90 KB1451
VGA 640 x 480 Basic 49 KB2660