Adjusting the Image Quality settings on the EOS D60

Article ID: ART105162 | Date published: 05/11/2015 | Date last updated: 08/15/2015


Adjusting the Image Quality settings on the EOS D60


  • You can set the image quality also for the Basic Zone modes.
  • The CF card's maximum capacity is based on Canon's testing standards (at ISO 100).
  • The maximum capacity applies to a 128 MB CF card.
  • The image file size and the CF card's maximum capacity depend on the subject and ISO speed.
  • The CF card's number of remaining shots is displayed on the LCD panel.

From the menu, select [Quality].

  • Press the <MENU> button.
  • Turn the < > dial to select [Quality], then press the <> button.

Set the quality.

  • Turn the <> dial to select the Quality you want, then press the <SET> button.

The selected Quality setting is entered, and the screen returns to the menu.

  • Press the <MENU> button to clear the screen and exit the menu.

To open RAW images with a personal computer, you must use the dedicated driver software. For details, see the bundled software's instructions.

You can also use the bundled software to create a Medium/Fine JPEG file from the RAW image. For details, see the software's instructions.

You can set the Quality by pressing the <SET> button and turning the <> or <> dial as you look at the LCD panel. (C.Fn-12-1)



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