The proof is in the printing ...

Started May 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP veroman Veteran Member • Posts: 4,862
Re: No, not really ..

Sergey_Green wrote:

The quality of prints depends on the quality of your printer + paper, not the camera. In fact it is irrelevant how the image was captured, since the data gets mapped and compressed to what your printer can reproduce anyway. If the highlights are blown and the detail is missing the printer will not create it for you.

I'm afraid this makes no sense and is contradictory, ie your first sentence above and your last. No printer can print what isn't there, and no printer can improve the output of a poor camera. So ... garbage in, garbage out. On the other hand, a great photo will print great on a great printer. So I don't know what you're talking about.

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