Item:  The EXIF Browser plug-in is not distributed with GIMP.  (It may
be included in some packages, though.)  It can be downloaded from the
GIMP Plugin Registry, at

Item: A digital camera image does not really have a true "resolution".
Assigning one of 300 dpi is simply arbitrary.  A resolution only
exists when an image is physically displayed, on a monitor or paper.
The 300 dpi value is simply a recommendation of a resolution that
will give a decent-looking result when used for printing the image.

Anyway, the main reason GIMP does not show you the resolution is 
because it is stored in the EXIF data, and GIMP does not currently
read EXIF data, it simply passes it through unchanged.

  -- Bill


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