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TravisSRT
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I was wondering if anyone has printed images from an I1 Pro and if so what is the largest you are able to go without losing quality.  I have an upcoming job where the client wants 24X36" prints on a monthly basis and I didn't know if the Pro is capable of this.  I may be able to do them with my S900/GH4 but would rather use the I1 Pro as it is much easier to transport/setup etc,.  Any info on this would be greatly appreciated.

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leo.s
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Hi, max resolution of the images is 4608x3456 pixel so you can print it at 300 dpi (15,36 x 11,52"); you can print a 24x36" image at 128 dpi that is enough for that  big print.
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leo.s Posted at 2016-2-13 01:06
Hi, max resolution of the images is 4608x3456 pixel so you can print it at 300 dpi (15,36 x 11,52"); ...

Thanks Leo!  Is there a formula or rule of thumb to figure that out?  I don't do many prints and it is always a gray area when I do.
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leo.s Posted at 2016-2-13 01:06
Hi, max resolution of the images is 4608x3456 pixel so you can print it at 300 dpi (15,36 x 11,52"); ...

Thanks Leo!  Is there a formula I can use to figure this out in the future?  I don't do prints often but every time I do it seems to be a murky gray area.  I know the X3 does not print well above 11x14 at least in my experience.  
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Hi Travis,
you can divide the dimensions of the image with the resolution you want to print it. Hi-res print usually are between 240/300 pixel per inch. In the case of the images produced by the Inspire is:

4680pixel/300pixel per inch = 15,36 inches.

I usually use Adobe Photoshop to work with my images but there are a lot of sites online that you can use as a quick reference, for example: convert pixel to inches
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leo.s Posted at 2016-2-15 05:19
Hi Travis,
you can divide the dimensions of the image with the resolution you want to print it. Hi-r ...

Thank you again, I use both photoshop and lightroom but just don't do many prints.  And usually when I do a print it's from my Sony A7RII which is sufficient to print huge copies with no problems.
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