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My Tests on Fuji Finepix 2650
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The camera has four quality modes, defined in total megapixels: 0.3M (640x480 pixels), 1.2M (1280x960), 2M (1600x1200), the latter with option of normal and fine quality.
0.3M, 640x480 (124kb)
1.2M, 1280x960 (322kb)
2M-N, 1600x1200, normal (387kb)
2M-F, 1600x1200, fine (643kb)
Below are some details I took from each of the above images, with no resizing. I can't notice any difference between the normal and fine modes of the 2M images. Probably the quality difference between these two modes is only noticeable in prints.
For comparison, I resized the smaller details to the same size (160x160). Of course this was unfair to the 0.3M image, but for the 1.2M image the result was not totally bad.
As a last quality test, I resized the 1.2M and 2M images to 640x480. I used a 4% compression rate to make the resized files about the same size of the 0.3M image.
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Last updated on January 11, 2003
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