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Forum: General Discussion Jan 22, 2004, 11:03 PM
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Posted By JimC
No. It's designed to show you how much...

No. It's designed to show you how much resolution you need for a given print size, in order to achieve 150dpi, 200dpi, or 300dpi. Cord Camera sells prints, and uses the chart to show their...
Forum: General Discussion Jan 22, 2004, 7:47 AM
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Posted By JimC
The simple answer with current technology is to...

The simple answer with current technology is to use this chart:

http://www.cordcamera.com/products/digital/aspect_ratios.html

However, since memory cards are very inexpensive, I'd still suggest...
Forum: General Discussion Jan 22, 2004, 6:25 AM
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Views: 922
Posted By JimC
The term is used loosely, and is subject to a lot...

The term is used loosely, and is subject to a lot of interpretation. Generally speaking, it is talking about a specific print size that can be used, without obvious pixelation in the image. These...
Forum: General Discussion Jan 21, 2004, 7:51 AM
Replies: 15
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Posted By JimC
I'm well aware of how the printers work. The...

I'm well aware of how the printers work. The printer must have the ability to accurately represent the individual pixels via many dots for each pixel.

As far as 300 Pixels Per Inch being the...
Forum: General Discussion Jan 20, 2004, 7:17 PM
Replies: 15
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Posted By JimC
Re: what resolution setting is best for pics to print out

Personally, I always shoot in the highest resolution my camera supports. You never know when you may want a larger print.

As far as too much resolution, I doubt you'd ever run into that problem. ...
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