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Does Hypict really help the resolution?

I've checked the pictures at Steve's site. The Hypict seems less clear, i.e., less resolution, than the pictures taken without Hypict. Any explanation, or those with the camera, does Hypict really help the resolution?

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Hypict degrades image qulity a bit because it is interpolation. You can basically do the same thing in photoshop with similar results, I haven't tested this yet. What it does do is make a beter looking 11x14 print than using the 1200x1600 setting, with no after shot manipulation by the user, so if you knew you wanted the image bigger for some reason, and didn't want to manipulate it later you would do this.

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