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It's possible, all right. But I don't think that it would get that res straight out of the DNG (or RAW) file; it should increase once you convert it into a TIFF, since the TIFF will include further info that the RAW doesn't yet have, such as color saturation, sharpness processing or noise reduction processing, etc. A DNG is basically a digital negative, and the TIFF file is the processed negative,
 
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since the TIFF will include further info that the RAW doesn't yet have, such as color saturation, sharpness processing or noise reduction processing, etc. A DNG is basically a digital negative, and the TIFF file is the processed negative,
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