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Hello everyone.

I have some challenges concerning he size of the photos I take: no matter what I do, most photos will be under 1MB, some around 1.2-1.4MB. But that seems quite small compared to what I think it should be. Any iPhone shoots bigger!

No matter the camera settings the size does not get much greater. Never had a problem like this before.

Should the jpeg size not be substantial bigger than 1MB on a Fuji X-T2?

Camera: X T2 with basic settings as follows: CC film, size 3:2, quality fine, etc.

I've tried many different setting, does not change much. Tried different cards in both slots, problem still same.

Does any one have an idea what the problem might be and if yes, how to solve it?

Many thanks in adavance,

Chris

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