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    Default 4mp sufficient?

    is 4 mp sufficient for 8r prints?

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    Quick answer, yes.

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    3MP sufficient also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpenza
    3MP sufficient also.
    Even 2mp is enough. 4mp can print > A3 liao.

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    where's the minimum mp for 15R?

    6MP can?

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    15R is 10x15?

    3mp can print 10x15 liao.

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    Default Your computer screen is only 1024 x 768

    Just to high light that most of our monitor is only displying 1024 by 768 resolution. Are you happy with the display? If Answer is yes, then 800kp is good enough for A4 size printing. isn't it.

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    I've printed 13"x19" (bigger than S12R) with a 4MP jpeg file. So should be ok with 8R.

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    GOODENOUGH

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    Answer is yes, but it's depand on how u judge the quality of the 8R print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poh6702
    Just to high light that most of our monitor is only displying 1024 by 768 resolution. Are you happy with the display? If Answer is yes, then 800kp is good enough for A4 size printing. isn't it.
    Monitors display at a typical resolution of 72-96 dpi, which is much lower than what a printer can achieve (typically 150-300dpi in practice). So the dots in a monitor are larger and hence has a natural interpolative nature--that is why pictures that looks good on-screen doesn't necessarily translate to alias-free pictures in print.

    In the same way, a VCD looks good enough on TV but looks darn blochy on a monitor--that is because the resolution of a TV is much lower than a monitor.

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    curretly i print a4 wif 3mp...but i take on high resolution or tiff..

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