Its resolution is 1,433% greater than
a typical fine art photograph.
It is one of the highest quality images
This fully captures the 2017 Newport to Ensenada sailboat race, as seen from Corona Del Mar. Use the image viewer to see the full length photograph.
VAST photos are the highest resolution photographs ever made.
This 322-megapixel VAST photo is one of the highest definition photographs ever created. It has a resolution equivalent to 155 HDTVs.
|Aspect Ratio||6.23 : 1|
|File Size||1,841 MB|
|Width @ 300ppi (perfect)||12.44 feet|
|Height @ 300ppi||2 feet|
|Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)||24.88 feet|
|Height @ 150ppi||4 feet|
|Date & Time||March 28, 2017: 10:30am - 12:51pm|
|Location||Corona Del Mar, California|
|Number of Exposures||31|
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