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Imagelab FS5CO5 5 Megapixel Slide and Negative Scanner

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Imagelab FS5CO5 5 Megapixel Slide and Negative Scanner

  • 5 Megapixel/3600dpi Resolution
  • Save to an SD Card (store up to 2,000 photos)
  • Exports directly to computer (USB Cable provided)
  • No additional hardware or software required to export images
  • High Resolutions images are capable of 20 x 30 enlargement
  • High Resolutions images are capable of 20″ x 30″ enlargement

Streamlined efficiency was our goal, and the FS-C05 does not disappoint. The ImageLab FS-5C05 Slide and Negative Scanner was designed with the user in mind. Gone are the days where scanning was dependent upon a lengthy process requiring the use of your personal computer. The FS-5C05 is a standalone unit that can scan your most precious memories, then save them directly to an SD memory card in seconds – no software required. Then take that SD Card to a commercial print kiosk, or your favorite ima

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What is the size of printout you can get from a 2 megapixel camera?

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Question by Understated statement: What is the size of printout you can get from a 2 megapixel camera?
For a 2 megapixel camera , what is the size of photo can you get ?
Similarily , what about a 3 megapixel camera, 5 megapixel camera
and so on ?

Best answer:

Answer by Didi
You can get any size of printoutfrom these cameras (in theory). In practice it is a question of quality. Assuming that your printout has a ratio of 10/15 and the pixel size is P, the pixels ler line that you will get is sqrt(15/10 x P). To get a good print this should be at least 200 pixels per inch. For 2 megapixels, this means about 1700 pixels or 8.5 inces, for 3 megapixels 2120 pxiles or 10.5 inces, for 2700 pixles or 14 inches. Note that in practice, godd printing softwares will extrapolate actual camera pictures and eventually allow for good prints at larger sizes. In addition the quality of the actual image will have an impact on how a print will look like, i.e. a 2m picture from an expensive professional digital camera will look much better than the same picture from a cheap mobile camera at the same size, simply because of the quality of the image captured.

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Ge A830 8 Megapixel Digital Camera with 16 Gb SD Card

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Ge A830 8 Megapixel Digital Camera with 16 Gb SD Card

GE A830 8 MEGAPIXEL DIGITAL CAMERA WITH sixteen GB SD CARD
Holds Thousands of pics

3396 s high

Price: $ 35

Location

Columbus, USA

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How large can a 7.2 megapixel photo be printed before it loses the quality of a professional photograph?

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Question by Sisyphus: How large can a 7.2 megapixel photo be printed before it loses the quality of a professional photograph?
Some of my 7.2 megapixel photos seem to be of a professional standard (thanks to photoshop). Rather than print them as normal photos I plan to print them as my own photography book/portfolio of about A3 size. How large can 7.2MP be before they lose quality? What’s the minimum MP needed for quality A3 size photos?

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Answer by spunky monkey
I have a 7.2 MP camera and I have blown the picture up to 8 x10 with out losing any quality. I have never tried to go higher.

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