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Demystifying digital camera sensors once and for all [Knowledge]
posted October 17 2013 6:26.24 by spic0m

The soul of a digital camera is its sensor -to determine image size, resolution, low-light performance, depth of field, dynamic range, lenses, and even the camera's physical size, the sensor is key.
Your camera's sensor determines how good your images look and how large you can scale them or print them. Image quality depends not only on the size of the sensor, but also on how many millions of pixels (light-sensitive photosites) fit on it, and the size of those pixels.

[Link: techhive]

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