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Old Dec 31, 2004, 5:05 PM   #11
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[align=left]What do you mean 8.5x11? Where did you get this figure in the first place??[/align][/quote]

That figure is simply what Canon states is suitable for its Large resolution images.

As far as getting photo quality 6x4 prints, I guess the solution lies in setting my camera to the lowest compression (SuperFine) and Large resolution (keep in mind I have an A400 which has just 3.2 megapixels). I have another question for those of you who print your pictures: do you usually print 6x4 photos or 8.5x11 or bigger?
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Old Dec 31, 2004, 7:36 PM   #12
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You will never have a problem reducing a photo to a smaller size. Infact the smaller the picture the better the quality. Personally I love 5x7's. Their perfect for photo albums, not too big and not too small. Plus most people get 4x6's and 3.5x5, it kinda makes it stand out, kinda.
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