416 Megapixel cameras

  WhiteTruckMan 00:12 22 Mar 07
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800Mb pictures at 10200x13600 resolution?

I think I need to lie down somewhere..

WTM

  Forum Editor 00:18 22 Mar 07

allows scanning of originals for output up to 34 x45 inches at 300ppi without stitching or interpolation, and generates a 794 MB 48-bit RGB file size."

try sending one of those to Auntie Doris as an attachment.

  Z1100 00:23 22 Mar 07

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Hanx!
K.

  royalflush 00:31 22 Mar 07

OMG i shant be getting one of these in a hurry $23.000...il give it a miss if ya dont mind..:-)




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  WhiteTruckMan 00:38 22 Mar 07

Why not go for it? Think of all the fun you could have emailing super hi res pictures of Z1100's bum to all his friends..

WTM

  Jak_1 00:42 22 Mar 07

Hm! 794 MB file size, makes my 20 MB jpg's seem rather inadeqate!

  Chegs ®™ 08:09 22 Mar 07

My mothers neighbour in spain is on dial-up and her son has BB.He regularly chokes her net connection by sending pics of 40-60Mb's and despite her requests to cease he continues.I just pray he doesnt discover this camera or my mums neighbour is going to have to give up the internet. lol

  mole44 08:34 22 Mar 07

it`s not quite fit in your pocket for your days out.however think of your street cred if you showed it to other digital photographers.

  jack 09:40 22 Mar 07

Wow!
But of course many/megpixel backs for studio equipment. cabled directly to a computer have been around for probably more years than the typical consumer digicam-
These were fitted to the likes of Lihhoffs and so on but were in the 20 Megapixel range I believe but still in the in £20,000 price range 10/15 years ago.

  jack 10:26 22 Mar 07

Wow!
But of course many/megpixel backs for studio equipment. cabled directly to a computer have been around for probably more years than the typical consumer digicam-
These were fitted to the likes of Lihhoffs and so on but were in the 20 Megapixel range I believe but still in the in £20,000 price range 10/15 years ago.

  ArrGee 10:57 22 Mar 07

Damn, I've just shelled out a load for a Nikon D200, then this comes along!

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