If you order high resolution digital files from your gallery, they are about 3600 pixels on the short dimension of the image. Large enough to do blow ups of up to 20 inches on the short dimension of the image. For example, a common 35mm frame would be about 3600 pixels by about 5400 pixels which could be blown up to a 20 inch by 30 inch print – should the quality of the image allow for that. Many images will only gain small advantage at such high resolution. Small film formats such as 110, Disc film and spy camera film will be smaller… but still very large considering the size of the negative, far beyond these small negative’s natural resolution.