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    i was charged 2.90 too...email them regarding the discrepancy but still haven't gt bk to me too...
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    hmm... i was charged $1.90 for shipping... ordered this morning.

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    Got their reply, the extra $1 is for credit card validation, not an actual charge.

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    Thanks for the update bro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiama View Post
    Got their reply, the extra $1 is for credit card validation, not an actual charge.
    Sorry can explain this? So did you pay $1.90 or $2.90?

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    ok. got my photos today...

    glossy hp paper.
    23 free prints.
    shipping $1.90.
    i'm happy with the print quality...

    one question. i took the picture with my canon A80.
    but the picture i took does not fit into the normal standard size. cropping at the top and bottom will occurs if i choose the standard size paper. if i want the photo to fit nicely, the photo will not be standard size, it will be smaller...

    my question is what type of camera will match standard size printout???

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    Quote Originally Posted by auron View Post
    ok. got my photos today...

    glossy hp paper.
    23 free prints.
    shipping $1.90.
    i'm happy with the print quality...

    one question. i took the picture with my canon A80.
    but the picture i took does not fit into the normal standard size. cropping at the top and bottom will occurs if i choose the standard size paper. if i want the photo to fit nicely, the photo will not be standard size, it will be smaller...

    my question is what type of camera will match standard size printout???
    any cam resolution tat is 3:2...most pns are 4:3...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamerz View Post
    any cam resolution tat is 3:2...most pns are 4:3...
    how to check cam resolution is 3:2? usually they just give 6/8/10 Megapixel....

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    Quote Originally Posted by auron View Post
    how to check cam resolution is 3:2? usually they just give 6/8/10 Megapixel....
    Its a ratio, so if you file size is in a 3:2 ratio then it is 3:2 e.g. 3000x2000 pixels is a 3:2 ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undiscern View Post
    how does HP printer and paper compare with Fuji printer and paper (Crystal Archive)?
    No way, you can compare a print from inkjet to chemical developed print.

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    Would like to contribute my 2 cents worth on snapfish.

    Printed 40 pcs for free but need to pay shipping $1.90.
    Ordered on 21/09 near midnite & received on 25/09.
    But postage indicated on the envelop was $1.00 only??
    Also received an email from SF that the prints are finished & being ship out.

    Quality: Glossy Inkjet paper. Cannot compare to silver halide paper.
    But satisfied with the overall print quality & service. Color is accurate.
    Will used again as lazy to go to photolab. Wifey commented that our Canon prints better.
    But for precious images will still go to my favourite lab @ City Sq. JB which uses Kodak Brillant Pro paper. Nothing beats that!

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