Saturn and its rings completely fill the field of view of Cassini's narrow-angle camera in this natural colour image taken on 27 March 2004. This is the last single 'eyeful' of Saturn and its rings achievable with the narrow-angle camera on approach to the planet. From now until orbit insertion, the rings will be larger than the camera's field of view. The image is a composite of three exposures in red, green, and blue, taken when the spacecraft was 47.7 million kilometres from the planet. The image scale of the high-resolution image is 286 kilometres per pixel.