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Re: E20 vs. D30



If you have a very high quality 18 megabyte image or so, Genuine
Fractals can easily give you a 20 by 30 inch print. It does very well
indeed with the Canon D-30 up to 12x18 and that original image is only a
little over 9 megabytes.

Jerry

Toomagenta@aol.com wrote:
> 
> In a message dated 11/27/2001 8:56:47 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> jerryolson@rrv.net writes:
> 
> << The Olympus doesn't have interchangeable lenses, and only has a max
>  shutter speed of 1/640th of a second. This is the main reason I sold my
>  E10. Image quality was excellent.
> 
>  You can get a Canon D-30 for $2500, plus you get a free 1 gigabyte hard
>  drive and extra battery from Canon. >>
> Hi Jerry,
> thanks for your response. I would like to be able to print up to 20 x 30. I
> realize that this may be impossible without spending 20 grand, but I have
> gotten hooked on digital, and will probably end up settling for something a
> lot smaller. I have a coolpix 990, and have gotten some marginal 8 x 10's, I
> haven't tried to res up higher than that. I have a feeling I might like the E
> 20, until I can afford a D1 H. I own Nikon and Hasselblad equipment. Now if
> they only made 28 Meg backs for under 2 grand!!!!
> I don't want to buy into canon since I'm so far into Nikon.
> The Nikon 5000 is due out soon. I believe it delivers a 5 meg image. Non
> interchangeable lens. Maybe competition for the E20.
> Thanks again,
> George Kunze
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