1. frank1492's Avatar
    I am incredibly impressed with the image quality of my new Note 4. As far as the camera display goes I see no difference between the two settings so I have set 6mp to save storage. At what point of enlargement should I see a difference, screen mirror on a 32" screen? Or perhaps on a 6×8 screen? (I have a 720p video projector.) Do most use 6mp or do you think they stick with the 16mp default? I do not plan to do large format printing.
    Comments and opinions much appreciated. Thanks.
    Frank

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    10-25-2015 06:59 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    One of the main advantages of taking a higher resolution shot is that you can crop the photo more (essentially a digital zoom), and still retain a lot of detail. So although you may not be using it for large format photos, you may still want to take photos in the highest resolution if you like editing your photos this way.
    aximtreo and dabombcra like this.
    10-26-2015 12:02 AM
  3. frank1492's Avatar
    Thank you. I rarely crop and enlarge but your point is well taken. But tell you the truth when I zoom the images on the phone screen I don't seem to notice a lot of difference. I would think that would give a clue as to what would happen if one cropped and enlarged for printing. I'll do a few more samples.

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    10-26-2015 03:18 PM
  4. B. Diddy's Avatar
    It really depends on how far in you're zooming. You can still zoom in pretty well on a 6 MP photo before you start to notice pixellation.
    dabombcra likes this.
    10-26-2015 04:40 PM

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