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Thread: Best storage resolution for outputting on monitor & projector ( 10 x zoom & digital

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    Default Best storage resolution for outputting on monitor & projector ( 10 x zoom & digital

    1) I believe there is no difference in picture quality between taking photos via a XD or a smart media card, I only know the only difference is the faster writing speed of the XD card

    I take snow mountains, lakes , pastures or even night sceneries every often

    Presume I use 10 x optical zoom a lot,

    2) Am I right to say that whether I store it in 2048 * 1536 or 1600 * 1200 , it will just mean that I can enlarge the print out to A 4 for 2048* 1536 ?

    3) As for the biggest photo size that can possibly fill up a 17 inch monitor, you cannot tell the difference in resolution whether I save it at 2048 *1536 vs 1024 * 768 ?

    a) what s the least I can save on ( 1600* 1200 ? ) to see a decent picture on the monitor screen ( not for print out )


    4) *** I am output the photos on a projector ( max reso 1920 * 1080 via D scaler ) .


    I was told that as long as I save at a resolution that I higher than 1920 * 1080- max projector can go , ( i.e 2048* 1536 ) .., I will get a crisp & clear picture ??
    ( if I save at resolutions below that , say 1600* 1200 , I may not a clear picture ?)


    5) would the storage resolution change if I start using a lot of digital zoom till 30 X ..?

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    storage resolution does not depend on the level of zoom (it does not matter if it's 1x or 100x). usually, you'll just store the largest resolution available in the camera.
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    i think u should also stop posting the same thing in every forum.

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