If you are like me, you often have questions about what the difference is between dpi and cpi, and why they are so different. If you want to get a good understanding of the differences between them, this video will explain the differences in detail and give you the tools to make the right decisions when it comes to your digital photography.

Dpi (dots per inch) is the measurement of how much a digital camera sensor is able to read, while cpi (centimeters per inch) is the measurement of the physical dimension of a photograph. If you have a 16 megapixel camera, it will record a photo at 4,000 dpi, and if you have a 20 megapixel camera, it will record a photo at 12,800 dpi.

Of the two, these are essentially the same. That being said, the difference between the two is that a 16 megapixel camera will record a photo at 4,000 dpi, while a 20 megapixel camera will record a photo at 12,800 dpi.

It is interesting to note that the “difference” between a 16 megapixel camera and a 20 megapixel camera is only 3,000 dpi. The difference between a 16 megapixel camera and a 20 megapixel camera is the difference in the distance between the two.

It’s also interesting to note that the difference between a 16 megapixel camera and a 20 megapixel camera is only 4,000 dpi.

In a nutshell, the difference between dpi and cpi is the number of pixels per inch that your monitor can display. In fact, the difference between dpi and cpi is a metric called DPI (dots per inch). The DPI of a monitor is the same as the dpi of a camera. The DPI of a camera is the number of pixels that the camera can capture before it takes up too much width.

That’s not to say all monitors are the same. It depends on the monitor manufacturer, as well as the resolution. The difference between dpi and cpi is primarily the number of pixels per inch that the monitor can display. DPI means the number of pixels per inch times the number of inches.

DPI is the number of pixels per inch. A pixel is a unit of measurement that represents the smallest size of one pixel. The dpi of a monitor is the number of pixels per inch times the number of inches.

CPI is the number of pixels per inch times the number of inches. A pixel is a unit of measurement that represents the smallest size of one pixel. The cpi of a monitor is the number of pixels per inch times the number of inches.

DPI and cpi are also known as resolution and pixel size, respectively.