The biG pic overflows my 19 inch Windows enabled
monitor too..it COULD be a better fit, but I would have
to replace the embedded video [GForce 6150E]..which
is maxxed out at 1280x1024..[ I can hear the folks
with REAL video cards giggling from here]
No matter..muscular video cards are not a priority
at this time. The embedded video is actually doing
better than I expected..although it does steal
512 MB from my available RAM.
I won't be making a habit of pasting up
these WHALE shots; they'll be kept in the
"photoprint" file. This exercise is mostly
just another experiment in what display options
are currently available.
Must remember to make TWO photo's of interesting stuff..the large format
[1200x1600] 22x16 inch version to be "remixed" as
a 5x4 format for photoprints..and a VGA/SVGA version
[640x480] or [600x800] version for interweb use.
...the lack of decent "depth of field" is annoying..
but there is no aperture adjustments available on
the Celestron microcams..
[can't get too annoyed..it is basically intended as a toy..not a research tool..what
does one expect for under $100 bucks?]
**Walgreens does have a "true digital" format for
digital photos submitted online...they print as
5x4 inch photos..the digital image is not altered to
fit the standard 4x6 inch photoprint format.