The Windows 7 printer preferences dialogue box tells me:
Print pixels: 1416 x 2152 dots
Does this mean that I should always provide an image of 1416 x 2152 pixels to achieve max quality? How is DPI relevant if that is the resolution of the printer?
The printer in question is a professional Mitsubishi CP9550DW Dye-sublimation photo printer. It states The CP9550DW photo printer can double the original 346 DPI output to the equivalent of 692 DPI, to provide a much sharper picture.
From the specs brochure for 'fine mode' is says:
Resolution 346 dpi (Fine mode)
4 x 6" 1416 x 2152 dots
So am I correct in assuming my images should be 1416 x 2152 pixels when using 4x6 paper?
(I am designing some postcard kiosk software)