In the camera, there are Normal and Superfine settings for JPEG quality. What’s the difference between these two?

The Superfine setting gives a slightly improved photo quality compared to the Normal setting. The quality difference is very small and normally you do not even recognise the difference. With Superfine, the photo file size increases, thus taking up more memory space. The Normal setting gives the optimum JPEG quality with a reasonable file size.

You can change the JPEG quality setting in the Creative shooting mode settings.