In looking for a new photo dedicated printer I'm getting confused with the dpi thing. I mean I'm not stupid, and I know that the better the dpi on the camera means more vivid, more detailed, well just plain a better photo. However (and here is my confusion) the printer that I am looking at is 9600x2400dpi. Ok so that's good, and I realize that photos with film is printed just around 300dpi. But the better and more expensive Epsons the dpi varies, but is significantly lower than the 9600x2400. I guess that my question is simply how do lower dpi printers print better photos. And I consider Epson the standard.