I just got this email from my graphic designer: "It looked a little fuzzy to me when I opened it up and I checked the dpi and it is only 72 dpi, so we really can't use it for print work, I need at least 150 dpi for print and I really prefer 300 dpi especially if it is going to be retouched or needing to be cropped out of the background." I had used the Olympus SP550UZ and set it to the highest resolution, SHQ (super high quality) I guess it stands for. I thought if you set the digital camera to the highest resolution, in this case, 7MP that it enables you to print out photos? From the features page of this camera: "Shoot and print in rich detail with the 7.1-megapixel imager." What am I missing here? What's the point of all these megapixels if they are only for screen resolution?