Submini prints require enormous enlargement.  For example, most 35mm shutterbugs consider a 16x20 print quite a challenge.  And it is.  It requires a 16X magnification of the image.  To get a 16x20 from a typical submini negative (10x14mm) would require a 40X enlargement.  A 16X print would only produce a 5x7.  As a result, most photographers, even submini photographers, think that submini cameras can only produce small enlargements with decent quality -- say a 4x5 or 5X7 print. In fact, it's possible to make enlargements that are much larger than this -- up to several feet in size. Here's an example. This enlargement was from a 14mmx14mm negative:

But to accomplish this several approaches must be used together and carefully:

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