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Resolution of Stiil Photographs.

I have DCR-TRV355E model. I want to know that how can I Increase the resolution (i.e. 75 dpi) of Still Photographs in my Handycam. I want to capture the photographs in maximum resolution (more that 300 dpi). How can I do It ? Plz, reply me as soon as possibe. Thanking you & awaiting you propt reply, Sanjay Parmar [094264 29090]

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The resolutiion dpi has little to do with the camera, its more about printing/displaying - that is just the screen display resolution. you can change that to 300 PPI (DPI) in most imaging applications. the important thing is the pixels you have length and width so 1000 pixels x 1000 pixels is the key to this whats the max pixels of the camera - that would give you the resolution. now to print an image onto paper the acceoted standard for top quality is 300 PPI so 1000 pixels width divided by 300 pixels per inch ppi = 3.3 so you can print at 3.3 inches. Now you may even be able to get away with as low as 180 PPI on some prints and depending on how far away it will be viewed - so this needs to be played with. - can you reply here - with a comment and tell us 1) how many pixels you have 2) what image editing software you are using 3) how big you would like to print

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