However, if you want the ultimate in print quality perfection, then there are limits
to how big you can print before you start to lose a small amount of print quality.
May 23, 2013 ... If you have a 16 megapixel digital camera & the maximum image size ... There is
another factor that can affect your print quality as well as print ...
Resolution (pixel count) has nothing to do with picture quality. ... Their page
displaying results for a 5 x 7" print actually show how the 4 MP camera would
Apr 8, 2016 ... Like calories, megapixels are a measure of quantity, not quality. ... you plan to
print your pictures, because print quality is very dependent upon ...
Feb 9, 2015 ... What size can you print with your camera's megapixels? What affects image
quality? Here we take a deeper look into these elements of image ...
Sep 5, 2007 ... Do you really need more megapixels in order to print large? ... resolution in the
image to get near maximum quality out your inkjet printer.
Print. Close Window ... 640x480 - 0.3 Megapixel. Good. Excellent. Good. Poor.
Poor. Poor. Poor. Poor. 800x600. Excellent. Photo Quality. Very Good.
Feb 20, 2007 ... Here's a list that correlates megapixels to print size: 2 megapixels ... Your
camera's sensor size, for example, affects picture quality. A small ...
The general rule for high quality sharp prints is 300 pixels per inch. So an 8x10
inch print needs 8x300x10x300 = 7.2 megapixels. One can still make very nice ...
When you increase the pixels per inch, you reduce the size of the printed photo.
Let's say you print your 3.9 megapixel photo at 100ppi. This isn't high-quality, ...