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      07-20-2006, 02:28 PM   #9
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Uncompressed is the best quality - e.g. RAW. But, that takes up quite a bit of space. Compression is acceptable to most amateurs and non-pros (even the better cameras can shoot with compression and still suit the pros).

It doesn't matter if 99% of the time your pics are web or 4x6 - I can tell the difference between 2vs4vs6vs8vs12 MP cameras on a 4x6 picture. Regardless, taking shots at best quality compression will give you flexibility in the case you might need say, an 8x11" print of something you shot a while ago.
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