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INTERESTING TECHNICAL ARTICLES
Digital camera resolution keeps going up, especially
point-and-shoot digital cameras. There are technical issues
you may wish to consider when educating yourself about cameras.
Color camera capture methods: in our
Camera Selector Charts, you will see cameras listed as color
mosaic, 3-CCD color, and 3-Shot color. Color mosaic cameras
offer cost and speed advantages, but the only way to preserve the
native resolution of the CCD chip is offered by the latter two
methods. See this
article, or the condensed
CCD vs CMOS sensor comparison: cameras
with CMOS sensors offer cost advantages over those with CCD sensors.
However, there are image quality considerations.
See this explanation
Higher spatial resolution does not necessarily
mean better image quality: photography guru Ken Rockwell has
written an article called "The Megapixel Myth" which you can link to