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  • Susan Gibson May 16, 2013

    How can you change a 96 DPI to 300 DPI? Thanks.

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The DPI are not a user allowed settings. Normally DPIs are factory defined.
You can change the DPI using software. Normally the image administration software and advanced softwares can allow you to change it.

Remember an important issue: DPIs are a printing matter not an image quality matter. Yo can set an image to 300 DPI and the same to 72 DPI and you will see no difference between both images.

A good camera and your skills will allow you to take high quality images.

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