This is a great idea! But the quality of the images is quite terrible.
Using either Photoshop (at quality 75) or Canon's ZoomBrowser software (at quality medium), resizing a 3264 x 2448 image to 800x 600 still looks very good and uses about 270 to 300 kB.
However, using your powertoy clone, the image is terrible, with grain, noise and "sparkles" all over. The image quality is really quite unusable.
Even at 1024 x 768 the image from your program is still very poor, with excessive noise and "sparkles" all over.
How about increasing the image quality, or at least providing some sort of .ini file, where the user can select better quality?
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