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Re: Photographing irises

In a message dated 96-09-30 02:35:05 EDT, you write:

<< hanks. Do you know what the resolution is of "snappy". Most video I think
 about 72dpi (dots per inch) but I may be off here. I don't know what "frame 
 grabbers" (generic for what snappy does - grabs a video frame) do.  Good
 resolution for printing has to be upwards of 300 dpi and preferably higher 
 (600-1200). >>

I'm not sure.  The only thing I could find was a comment stating that
"Snappy" has "twice the resolution of any other PC capture device in the
world today".  The stills they are getting at work look pretty good but, I
don't know if that is good enough.  

Dana Brown  Lubbock, TX  Zone 7

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