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Photo resolution I have a friend who has a Sony DSC-H1. She says she is shooting photos in the highest quality possible but when she upload them to the computer they are enormous in size but only 72 dpi. She is trying to aquire a 300 dpi photo. Is there a setting that should be changed or a different method of uploading to assure higher dpi's?

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Sony H1 takes photos at 72 dpi by default. But the picture quality will be good. if you want to convert it to 300dpi open the picture in adobe Photoshop and select image size and change resolution to 300 dpi. but the file size will be very high to up load. if you want to reduce the file size select the image size in adobe photoshop and reduce it according to your requirement. if my solution proves good please rate it. Regards.

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