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Zooming in and cropping will enlarge the desired areas of the image, but so will getting physically closer to the subject. Taking pictures from too far away makes everything else more difficult. Of course there are times when you simply can't get closer, but getting closer is the way to go if you can do it.
Zoom first, and crop second. You can't crop what isn't in the original image, but the zoom can get you that detail. Also, if you are not using your zoom much, why carry it around? Better to use a fixed focal length lens and have much better image quality. It does blow my mind that you are not interested in image quality. With a photograph, what else is ...
A. There is a good chance that the issue is only in your display software (meaning not in the picture). If the number of pixels in the display is different of the number of pixels in the picture, the software needs to make it fit somehow. Depending on the level of sophistication in the code, it simple skips every Nth pixel row, which results in potentially ...
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