Enquiries about Mege Pixel matters


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Kyokukei

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Hi Guys,

Can any of you advice me what's the largest size of a photo that a 3.2MP digi cam can develop ?

Also, please advice whether 3.2MP prosumer digi cam like Canon S1 IS is able to produce goods quality pictures or not bcos i'm thinking of buying it

Please help :dunno:
 

denari

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Hi there,

The S1 will shoot in the following image sizes (taken from manual):
2048x1536 (A4 & letter)
1600x1200 (postcard)
1024x768 (credit card size)
640x480 (email attachments)

Personally, being a newbie, i find the image quality to be very good.
Here are few of the pictures i took after some twiddling with the settings.
http://www.angelfire.com/droid/denari/S1IS/PIC01.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/droid/denari/S1IS/PIC02.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/droid/denari/S1IS/PIC03.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/droid/denari/S1IS/PIC04.JPG
http://www.angelfire.com/droid/denari/S1IS/PIC05.JPG


Word of advice before you buy though:
Watch out for dead pixels on LCD and CCD ('cos I had one on my LCD the very
next day!). And make sure theres no major dust specks inside the lens. If you intend to buy a bag to go with it, may i suggest the Lowepro D-RES 200AW (fits snugly in the felt interior, camera doesn't bounce inside). Try to get the
charger that has a trailing power cable and doesn't mount directly to the power point, you'll appreciate the space savings. As usual, Alan Photo or MS Color would be your best bets.

Alan Photo: Theres one uncle quite tall with a little paunch (most reserved out of the lot), he's quite friendly and should be able to give some nice discounts.
 

justarius

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Kyokukei said:
Hi Guys,

....

Also, please advice whether 3.2MP prosumer digi cam like Canon S1 IS is able to produce goods quality pictures or not bcos i'm thinking of buying it

Please help :dunno:
ALL cameras can produce good quality pictures in the right hands, so don't worry too much about it.
 

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