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    When I usb my images from digital camera to hard drive, they come out way too big. Because they are so big, it looks like you are zoomed in, and you cant zoom out, only in.

    Anyone know how I can get my images to be normal?

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    ??

    I didn't understand that.

    Are you saying that you're unable to see the whole picture, only part of it? What image editor are you opening the image with?

    A modern digital camera has very high resolution. f you try to view the image on screen at 100% size, it will be far bigger then your monitor. You should, however, have no problem in scaling it down no matter what sort of image editor you're using. (except Windows 'paint')
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    Right, i wont open it in Paint then!

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    Using today's megapixel cameras, you get huge images. That's a high enough quality to print on A4 (and beyond!). When you open the images in the default size, you are not actually zoomed - that's their actual size.

    I use a little program to work with my digital phots: http://www.irfanview.com . Download it and have a play with it. Try pressing enter (press escape to get out of that mode) and try pressing F.

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    Irfanview rocks, plus it's free which always helps

    I agree, dl irfanview and hit the plus or minus to resize image in the viewport.


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