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dpi is about the inches... pixels per inch. 4500x3000 pixels at 3200 dpi is 1.4 x 0.94 inches, on the film. 4500x3000 pixels at 360 dpi is 12.5 x 8.33 inches, on the print paper. The spacing and size of the printed pixels. It should have shown the inch dimensions too. This is simple division.... 4500 pixels / 360 dpi = 12.5 inches. Exactly the same ...


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I would be interested in knowing what people who don't want to use, or can't use, the normal tools for whatever reason do for this sort of thing as well. This is what I do. Disclaimer: I'm a programmer so a lot of this is done with scripts and assumes you are willing to do things to the underlying filesystem. And it will probably only work on Unixoid ...


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I get reasonably good results photographing negatives with a slide copier attachment and a macro lens (vs using a flatbed scanner). However, if you plan to scan many frames of film, you should consider a dedicated film scanner with batch feeder. Depending on your lens and camera, image quality from a film scanner may or may not be better, but it would be ...


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