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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by travelingman, Feb 10, 2016.
My images are only about 5 megapixels, would like to get more megapixels. What settings?
Shoot your images in RAW format...bear in mind, that many image viewers will only display a small image of your RAW file, it's not until you open it up in an editor, such as Photoshop, that you will see the full 12MP image.
For example, I use FastStone for previewing my images...the RAW files show in the viewer at 960x540 and 0.52MP...but when I open it in Photoshop, I see it as full size and resolution.
Your JPG picture is about 5 mb note the b from bixels not pixels. When you open it in Photoshop and look at the image size you will get 3000 x 4000 pixels, which makes?
You are getting jpg files that are about 5MB.
jpg is a compressed format and the size of yours = 4000 x 3000 pixels which is 12MB but the jpg compression makes the jpg files smaller.
So you are getting what you want already.
The b is bytes, not bixels! The jpeg is a 5MB file...you still have your 12 megapixel image size.
Nah, must be bixels.
Pixels and MB's are to different things.
I take pictures in 16:9 this gives 9 MB pixels picture as it crops the top and bottoms so its 4000 x 2250
The file size is variable due to content of picture but around 4MB size.
Yeah, mostly when you've got à cold.
its absolutely bixels, B is Bytels, lil b is bixels
MB is Mega Bytes (8 bits) and Mb is Mega bits. I never heard of bixels before
What are nibbles? Half a byte... LOL
Yep, couldn't resist!
nope your wrong. its bixels. Named after Bill Bixby.
This is too funny! I guess that USB flash drive I just bought is 32 Gigabixels then.
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It's funny when someone doesn't know what a megapixel is but wants more of them. Marketing has been pushing that for over a decade in digital cameras so I guess that's the first thing people think they want.
These might help:
Pixel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image resolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No, a half a byte is a mouthful.
I need some more bixels... do bixels have ridges ? and how many bixels fit in a bit bucket ?