Developing pictures for 4/3 system


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digitalbuff

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Hey

I was developing pics for the 1st time from my E1 and realised that there was a 6D format (called 6D in china, not sure if also 6D in SG). Cost me about S$0.18 per pc.

Using 6D, there won't be any borders whereas the normal 4R, 5R etc will leave weird borders.

Any idea about inkjets? If we print A4, we also cant get those borderless prints rite?
 

tao

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I send my prints to many shops in formats such as S4R and S8R (4:3 ratio)... results are great and for instance, the area of a S4R is about as large as a 5R paper, yet it is cheaper.
 

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tao said:
I send my prints to many shops in formats such as S4R and S8R (4:3 ratio)... results are great and for instance, the area of a S4R is about as large as a 5R paper, yet it is cheaper.
I think S8R is 3:2. 8R is closer to 4:3 than S8R.
 

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