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    Image quality and snapbridge?

    Do you lose image quality downloading to your phone via snapbridge?


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    Re: Image quality and snapbridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Theo551 View Post
    Do you lose image quality downloading to your phone via snapbridge?
    For sure if you download the 2mp version.
    Probably even if you download the original size file, as well.
    Raw an tiff files cannot be downloaded with snapbridge.



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    Re: Image quality and snapbridge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Aegerter View Post
    For sure if you download the 2mp version.
    Probably even if you download the original size file, as well.
    Raw an tiff files cannot be downloaded with snapbridge.



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    That's what I figured, even the original size looked like it lacked the quality I thought it should have. I think I'm just going to turn snapbridge off. Thanks for the reply.
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    Re: Image quality and snapbridge?

    Snapbridge is not bad per se, in my opinion.
    I use it for location tagging and time synchronization.
    Occasionally also to transfer a 2mp file to send a quick picture by iMessage. That works quite well.


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