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|Originally Posted by videobruce|
You don't have to reduce any pic. The software that you view those photos with should be able to resize it for you to fit the resolution of your screen automatically if you have it set that way in options/preferences.
|Originally Posted by Oldfart|
I'm taking my pictures at a fine jpeg (2560 x 1920) which I would reduce to 1280 x 1024 to take maximum advantage of my 1920 x 1080 screen, so I really do need to transmit an HD picture.
|True, but for optimal picture quality, his photo software may do a better job of resizing than the "on-the-fly" software in his viewer.|