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Image qulaity problem in fujifilm finepix fd50

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I have recently buy new one fujifilm finepix FD50 12 mp camera. When i shoot the images in LCD the result of the image shows great!. Even when i transfer them to my computer normally it shows great result. But when i open the image in photoshop and see the image in actual pixel view that time the image seems blurry like i took photos from my mobile phone with 2MP camera. so can you help me please that even i have 12MP camera even though why i gets such blurry image in actual pixel view in photoshop? and does this will effect if send the photos for digital printing in lab?

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Jitu Kukadia

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It sounds like the resolution on the monitor may be set incorrectly in Photoshop. Try a different monitor setting. Twelve megapixels may result in your monitor "seeing" so many pixels it tries to ignore the excess ones, resulting in an image that looks poor on your monitor. If you order one print, that may give you an idea of the true printed quality without spending a lot of money on a bunch of bad prints. The F50 is truly an excellent camera and gives super images, from my experience.

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