Hello, As a novice digital shooter, I've heard that it is best to set the image size (e.g., S, M, L) on the camera in order to best accomodate the final use for the image. So, for example, if you know that you will not be enlarging the image more than 4X6, choose a size that is less than full resolution (e.g, 2MB file for a 6 megapixel camera). But is this the best way to proceed assuming wants the best image quality? In otherwords, if I'm sure I'm always going to be reducing the image in final prints, is there any advantage in shooting at full resolution in terms of tonal rendition, grain etc.? Or am I just taking up extra space on the memory card, given that the final image will be reduced anyway. My camera is a Fujifilm F31fd. There are no sharpeness settings on this camera, only choice of image (file) size. My objective is to try and get the best possible image quality at high iso settings (like 800, which is why I selected this camera). Thanks in advance for the advice.