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    Question Zoom and Resolution...

    Hi guys, I'm new here, as well to photography I saw some real nice pictures you guys have taken, and see that the dpi can go up to 200+ and the focal length is 180mm or 300mm odd... are those pictures taken with dSLR cameras, or normal digital cameras? Cause I personally own a Olympus C-5060WZ, and with full zoom it only provides me a 23mm focal length (although it doesn't calculate in the add-on 1.7x telephoto lens sold seperately).

    Can Olympus C-5060WZ develop clear pictures (like the quality I see in computer) on 8R in labs? And btw, do I need to set the dpi to 300 for lab processing? Or leave it as 72 ...

    Please help me photographers out there.. thanks a lot in advance!

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    don't do anything to DPI. it's not necessary. changing it to 300 or 1000 doesn't change the resolution of your pics which have a max resolution of 2592 x 1944.

    read the referenced article first if you have any queries:
    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthrea...&highlight=dpi

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    Oh thanks! You changed my day dude.. Btw, what about the zoom lens part? Anyone? Is there anyway I can get 180 or 300mm range of zoom with my 5060? Or is it so common that everyone here own a dSLR...

    And is it true Olympus tend to have more noise? Just curious

    P.S Sorry for my ignorance.. I'm really new in photography.. please guide me along!
    Last edited by epia; 19th October 2004 at 08:53 PM.

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    normally due to sensors the prosumers tend to be more noisy...get noise ninja or someother programme to reduce noise if its a prob to u...

    how to get the 300mm zoom wif ya 5060 veri hard to say...if theres a teleconvertor lens to do that then can wat....maybe there's a 3rd party one....but coz u cannot support the zoom range wif ya shutter speed handshake may be one big prob too rite...

    cheers!!

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