I'm beginning the process of converting all of my old photo prints to archive-quality digital images. However, I'm unclear as to what resolution I should be scanning them at. My scanner supports up to 2,400 x 4,800 dpi resolution w/ 48-bit color. However, I've read that photo prints are only worth scanning up to a certain dpi. Anything above that dpi will capture more data but no added resolution -- e.g., it's pointless to scan at such a high resolution. But the numbers I've seen range from 300dpi to 2,400 dpi as what I should use for color prints. Can anyone chime in with their opinion please? Thanks!