Is the 300 dpi a good quality picture?
Donna E. asked on Dec 29, 2012
300 DPI is good for print reproduction of the same size or for viewing on a computer. 600 DPI is better to "future-proof" your photos. As screen resolutions increase, so will your scanned images to maintain viewing quality. Additionally, scanning at a higher resolution allows for larger, crisper photo reproductions. For example, a 4x6 scanned at 300 DPI can reproduce a 4x6 or a 5x7 print whereas a 600 DPI scan can print up to 16x20. Please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/300v600dpi.php for more information. Also, Watch these useful behind the scenes photo scanning videos: http://ow.ly/1Qht9O http://ow.ly/1Ogl8X http://ow.ly/1y5Ybs
ScanMyPhotos.com from Merchant replied on Dec 29, 2012