Hi, Until we are able to copy saved screenshots to a USB stick, we are restricted to sharing the images if we want to get them off the PS4. I wanted to do a test of how much these screenshots are compressed when using the different PS4 sharing methods. I did a couple of screenshots from Tomb Raider, shared them and then saved back the images in the following ways: The image was shared to Twitter and was viewed from the twitter feed in its own tab. The url was changed to display the original sized image. This was then downloaded from the browser. The image was shared to Facebook and viewed in my timeline at full screen, then in its own tab where the full sized image could be saved from the browser. The image was sent to another user as a PSN message from the PS4 dashboard. I then logged into the PSN app on my phone, viewed my sent message and saved the image to my phone. It was then uploaded to Dropbox (Thanks to Gizmo 76 for this technique). I noticed that the facebook and twitter images were both compressed to a similar filesize. The image sent via PSN message was a much larger filesize - showing that this method gives you a much less compressed image. The proof of the pudding is in the tasting, so I've put all the images into a shared dropbox folder so you can view them for yourself and decide what differences (if any) each sharing method makes to the image. Viewing the images at the default 1080p resolution is best. Dropbox - PS4 Picture Test I can add some other images from different games, if required, to show more variety in images.