Purpose

This is a megapixel calculator, a tool to calculate and convert graphical resolution, image memory consumption and file sizes. How many pixels in a DVD image? How does that compare to a 5 megapixel camera? What is the resolution of Digital Cinema 2K? The answer is here!

Megapixel list

Camera For a list of standard or well-known resolutions for camera, screen, video or cinema, check the megapixel resolution chart!

Input
wide x high
Aspect ratio: 2,08:1
828,1 megapixel
pixels

Result

File size
screen
TYPE FILESIZE DESCRIPTION
RAW12 1,2 GB (uncompressed 12 bits/pixel - Bayer mask)
RAW10 1,0 GB (uncompressed 10 bits/pixel - Bayer mask)
RAW8 828,1 MB (uncompressed 8 bits/pixel - Bayer mask)
BMP 2,5 GB (uncompressed RGB 24bit/pixel)
TIFF 5,0 GB (uncompressed CMYK 48bit/pixel)
OPENEXR 6,6 GB (uncompressed RGBA 4 * 16bit float/pixel)
FILE COMPRESSION ESTIMATIONS
GIF 150,0 MB (compressed - 8bit/pixel)
Memory card
memory
TYPE FILESIZE 32MB 256MB 512MB 1GB
RAW12 1,2 GB 0 0 0 1
Video
video
TYPE 15fps 24fps 25fps 30fps
RAW8 12,4 GB/s 19,9 GB/s 20,7 GB/s 24,8 GB/s
RAW10 15,5 GB/s 24,8 GB/s 25,9 GB/s 31,1 GB/s
RAW12 18,6 GB/s 29,8 GB/s 31,1 GB/s 37,3 GB/s
RGB24 37,3 GB/s 59,6 GB/s 62,1 GB/s 74,5 GB/s
Print size
printer
type max width max height description
72dpi 576,0" (1.463,0cm) 277,3" (704,4cm) screen resolution
photo 276,5" (702,3cm) 133,1" (338,1cm) normal photo print
300dpi 138,2" (351,1cm) 66,6" (169,1cm) hi-res print
References
Wikipedia: Pixels - JPEG compression - Bayer mask - Foveon X3 technology

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