digital camera pics

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by jasonb, Nov 25, 2002.

  1. jasonb

    jasonb Guest

    i have this old kodak digital camera and pics are taken at 640 x 480 resolution....the pics produced are crap when viewed in the computer but if i burn the pics on a cdr and go to a photo lab would they make the pics look like normal pics as we get from normal camera with ordinary film that makes negatives?
     
  2. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

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    Basically what you see is what you get. You might be able to touch them up using paint shop, phtoshop, etc.
     
  3. Henyman

    Henyman Secret Goat Fetish Political User

    shrink the pics a bit? big picturs have less dpi + so they are poorer quality.
     
  4. jasonb

    jasonb Guest

    i know all that but i want the pics on the glossy paper we get from getting our pictures developed from a one hour photo lab. i wanna know if i give them a picture cd with all the pics stored would they developed them nicely as we get from an ordinary camera using films...........cuz i aint printing them on my ugly printer and dont tell me get a better one.........so would it be the same pics produced on digitals as in non digital cameras???
     
  5. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

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    As I said before.....what you see on the computer will be what you will see on the printed photo.
     
  6. XP Abuser

    XP Abuser Guest

    you say you have an old kodak camera wat about upgrading to a higher resolution camera???
     
  7. Henyman

    Henyman Secret Goat Fetish Political User

    if u plan on having A4 sized pictures u need a get a better camera wid like 3-4 million pixels reselution
     
  8. yoyo

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    A classic film has a resolution of 8 to 2o Megapixel, the best digital cameras you see in the shops reach 5 Megapixel. So you can't expect too much from your camera. Why not just try it and see if the pictures fit your needs. I would order the smallest format available.