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Questions :

Question :
An MPO file is recorded in addition to a JPEG file after shooting 3D pictures. Why?

Answer:

When shooting 3D pictures, a JPEG file and an MPO file are recorded in record mode 16:9 S.a JPEG file and an MPO file
The MPO format (Multi Picture Object Format, file extension: ".MPO") is a CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) file format. This file format saves multiple images as a single image file.

In 3D picture shooting, the camera creates parallax images for the right and left eye in MPO format.

Note:
If either the MPO file or JPEG file is deleted from the computer, the images cannot be displayed in 3D.



Question :
Can I play back the 3D images, taken with 3D mode, on the LCD monitor of my camera?

Answer:
No, the 3D images cannot be played back on the monitor of your camera. You can play back the images on 3D-compatible devices (e.g. TV, computer).

Note:
To play back the 3D images on a TV, connect a 3D-compatible TV to your camera using an HDMI cable (CB-HD1, 1.5 m, sold separately).

Question :
What are the compression rates and what size are the image files in each record mode?

Answer:
The following table shows the approximate values:

[Still pictures]
The compression rate in Fine (shooting at high quality) is 1/4. The rate in Normal (shooting at normal quality) is 1/8.

Image size Compression Number of storable pictures without sound File size
(approx.)
Internal memory 4GB SD/SDHC/SDXC card
14M
(4288 x 3216)
Fine 2 570 7.1MB
Normal 5 1,119 3.6MB
8M
(3264 x 2448)
Fine 4 976 4.2MB
Normal 9 1,906 2.1MB
5M
(2560 x 1920)
Fine 7 1,564 2.6MB
Normal 16 3,211 1.3MB
3M
(2048 x 1536)
Fine 12 2,392 1.7MB
Normal 25 4,880 0.8MB
2M
(1600 x 1200)
Fine 20 4,067 1.0MB
Normal 40 7,624 0.5MB
1M
(1280 x 960)
Fine 31 6,100 0.6MB
Normal 62 12,195 0.3MB
VGA
(640 x 480)
Fine 113 20,315 0.2MB
Normal 206 40,578 0.1MB
16:9 L
(4288 x 2416)
Fine 3 758 5.4MB
Normal 7 1,488 2.7MB
16:9 S
(1920 x 1080)
Fine 19 3,697 1.1MB
Normal 37 7,175 0.5MB

[Movies]
Image size /
Horizontal-to-vertical ratio
Image quality Storable recording time with sound
Internal memory SD/SDHC/SDXC card
2GB 4GB 8GB
720
(1280 x 720) / 16:9  *1
Fine 16 sec. 29 min. 20 sec. 58 min. 43 sec. 117 min. 28 sec.
Normal 24 sec. 43 min. 49 sec. 87 min. 41 sec. 175 min. 26 sec.
VGA
(640 x 480) / 4:3
Fine 24 sec. 43 min. 49 sec. 87 min. 41 sec. 175 min. 26 sec.
Normal 49 sec. 126 min. 37 sec. 173 min. 18 sec. 346 min. 41 sec.
QVGA
(320 x 240) 4:3
Fine 51 sec. 129 min. 51 sec. 179 min. 46 sec. 359 min. 37 sec. 
*1 When recording in 720 format, the maximum recording time per movie is 29 minutes.
Note:
- The number of storable still pictures and storable movie recording time are approximate and are calculated based on capacity. The figures are not a guarantee of battery life.
- To increase the free space in the internal memory or memory card, save any images and movies you wish to keep to external storage (for example, on a computer) and then delete them from the internal memory or memory card.
Regarding the movie recording time:
- Regardless of the card capacity, the maximum file size per movie is 4 GB.

Question :
Which types of memory cards can I use?

Answer:
SD, SDHC and SDXC cards can be used.
xD-Picture Card™ and CompactFlash® media cannot be used.

Note:
To see a list of compatible memory cards, click here:
* Compatibility table for Media Card ( TG-Series )

Question :
Where can I find the instruction manual for my camera?

Answer:
You can either read online or download the instruction manual for your camera.
See the following Web page to find the available manuals:
* Download Manuals


Question :
Where can I find information on how to use the [ib] software?

Answer:
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about [ib] are collected here.

Detailed documentation of the software's functions is available in the application's Help file. To access the Help file, launch [ib] and choose ib Help from the Help menu.


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