(1) www.elevatordigital.ca (Their Lambda runs at 200 dpi. But ...
Does anyone care to comment on the significance of an apparently high end printing operation working at 200DPI except when a higher setting is special ordered? Especially given what we hear from some quarters about about 300DPI being the standard for magazine printing and such.
Is Elevator Digital incompetent, or a cheap, nasty, low budget operation?
Or does 200DPI give good enough quality for a large proportion professional photographic printing purposes when done with Lambda technology (laser writing onto photographic paper?) as opposed to inkjet or such?
Or some other option, like that they are mainly doing very large images where lower DPI is needed?
I am wondering whether this is another example of "cognitive dissonance" between what works in the real world and what gets claimed in some internet forums.[/font]