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Adjust compression settings.

Most cameras have three or more settings, including Best, which uses the least possible compression for the best possible image quality, but uses more memory; Standard, which splits the difference between image size and quality; and Economy, which has the highest amount of compression, giving the image more noise but allowing you to store more pictures.

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