I have to disagree with bblhed: My Nikon D50 with 6 MP made very good 20X30 prints (w/o pixillation) and with decent resolution--until the shutter failed after 3 years (something which was always unheard of with decent film cameras). The replacement D80 with 10 MP does better, as does my Canon S90 compact, also with 10 MP but on a smaller sensor ('tho larger than the typical compact sensor). Believe it or not, I have an old Olympus C-7000 with 7 MP on a small compact sensor that also makes very good 20X30 prints, although when that camera came out it was quite expensive for its limited feature set. My 35MM film Nikon F100 does about as well, but the shooting expense is now so high that I rarely use it.