Originally Posted by harofreak00
more pics repin? i already looked through acid'* collection
, one of my favourite bands. 3 of the awesomest girls you'll ever meet
Some negatives I scanned from when I first started with film and this camera a couple years ago: http://www.2759.ca/galfiles/gr11
They say that good quality 35mm film, with good quality lenses and sharp focus, equals about
12 megapixels. So many variables can affect it, though...
Megapixels can help create a better picture in the fact that you can resize pics down from a really big stock photo and post them on things like forums or blogs. But sharpness and colour quality are things completely independent from megapixels
(slightly back on topic): For now, because I cannot afford to go to the digital SLR route, I got myself a decent (Canon CanoScan 4200F) scanner yesterday, the above pics were scanned with it, and it has a 35mm/slide negative carrier on it too.