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Old Jun 2, 2005, 12:58 PM   #1
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apart of time processing in cropping, have anybody answer to this question in relation of quality?

I know that cropping quit a lot of pixels and that the camera do an interpollation of the center, giving more pixels.



:?But for quality, witch one is the best?:?



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Old Jun 2, 2005, 2:55 PM   #2
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:?But for quality, witch one is the best?:?
This is a hardy perennial but it is not difficult to find out for yourself. For the best quality with my FZ20 and my software it is definitely better to crop and interpolate outside the camera. In addition you can crop at your leisure for optimum composition.

The results of my little exercise can be seen at:

http://www.feather30.fsnet.co.uk/digizoom/

I hope it is of interest to someone.

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For the best quality with my FZ20 and my software it is definitely better to crop and interpolate outside the camera.
This holds for my FZ3 too.
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thanks a lot. very informative.


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