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Largest print Does anyone know what’s the largest print you can make from photo taken with the FZ (at it highest setting :) )before you start to lose picture quality ?

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Re: Largest print

Depends of the Image Editor and printer quality. A3 is usual for Home printing. Commercially? - How big is your bill board?

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