Monday, February 11, 2008

Which DPI to use for scanning papers?

Here's a side to side comparison of 150 vs. 300 vs. 600 DPI scan viewed at 400% magnification. On a local library scanner, 600 DPI black-and-white takes twice as slow to scan as 300 DPI, without significant improvement in quality

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You might have see this dpi as they are really works on the scanning papers and they might have scannign yours too in that time.

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