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    having trouble uploading pics

    Trying to upload some pictures but to much memory. tried to upload from cell and would not take. tried to upload from email same thing. Did not see way to shrink picture. Please help!
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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    Ah the joys of the ridiculous number of Mega-Pixels in cameras these days. Who blows their pictures up to WALL size and needs that many pixels?

    Any built-in picture viewer on your computer has the ability to re-size the picture. Then you will be able to upload them.

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    Host them at PhotoBucket / Flickr / etc and post the links

    BTW, I am moving this thread to the Test Track.
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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    Thanks for reply j.
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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle
    Ah the joys of the ridiculous number of Mega-Pixels in cameras these days. Who blows their pictures up to WALL size and needs that many pixels?
    I do all the time! Sure I may not use 100% of a photo, but the ability to zoom in to a spot I wish to use, and still have a high quality photo is a nice touch to have.

    As for photo uploads......I myself use Flickr. Free 1TB of storage for all your photos.

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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    Well sure if you want to cheat and only use part of the picture

    What seems crazy to me is the number of pixels they are cramming on the phones with tiny sensors ... and tiny optics. If you want a good picture, you should not be using a camera phone
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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    True...... But my phones always in my pocket. Can't say the same for my camera.

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    Re: having trouble uploading pics

    I agree with jbliz, pixel count has nothing to do with good pictures although sometimes you can get lucky and zoom and still have a decent pic. That new nokia phone with the 41 megapixels is just stupid. That's marketing for you Reminds me of the clock speed wars with the pentium 4 processor.
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