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Reaching the Megapixel Limit (for 35mm Camera Scanning)

I found this article very interesting, even though I use a flatbed scanner. It is great to see how others scan photographs and this article is full of useful tips and tricks.

Snippet from the article: –
“Since I first started camera scanning, I’ve always advocated using the highest resolution camera you can get ahold of. (My first camera scans were with the 1.3-megapixel Nikon E2n, so it’s been a long road.) That advice is changing.

The new highest-resolution DSLR cameras now have such high pixel density that you may get better scans by backing down to a lower resolution camera, at least for 35mm. Here’s why.

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