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Quick way to free up Photo Memory space

Posted 09-29-2009 at 03:34 AM by Mr. ameya sathe

You are on a much needed holiday. Cooling yourself on some nice hillstation. Clicking digital photographs. Suddenly; you realize that your memord card is full. Still; few more days are left for your holiday to complete.
In such a scenario; there are foll. solutions.
1. Buy a new memord card( Yep! its hard to find a good one in such places.)
2. Delete the unwanted ones.
3. Stop clicking photographs from your camera. :P

4.Change Image size(3.1M,2.0M,1.2M,VGA)

Photographs of natural scenary, landscapes, persons with a sea view or natural views in the background require higher resolution( i.e. in other words; more space on your memory card is required. )
But; photographs of smiling faces, passport style/ID style photos rarely require higher resolution. Its better to click them in VGA size.
If you want to resize such photographs; do follow these guidelines.
It does help in saving lots of space on your memory card.

1. Set the mode selector to ">"
This is the place; where one can view all the clicked photographs.
2. Display the image you want to resize with "<"/">"
3. Press MENU. ( the menu appears.)
4. Select [RESIZE] with "<"/">", then press "."
5. Select the new sie with "^" / "V"; then press "."
To cancel the printing.
In step 5; select [CANCEL]

Note: These instructions are relative to SONY Digital Cameras.
For other types of models; it may differ a bit here and there. But; still it will also work.

To cancel the printing.
In step 5; select [CANCEL]
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