By what means do digital cameras reproduce images?

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Digital cameras have no film but operate using a sensor chip and flash memory. Chip size affects the resolution of the picture and the hues and intensities of colors.
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Horizontal grainy lines on an image mean a digital camera is destroyed?

Answer . The question begs another one or two before an answer can be given :-\nHow is the digital image being viewed? - several possibilities exist :-\n1)On the camera LC

How are images recorded on a digital camera?

Before an actual image is recorded, a number of measurements are taken by the camera as you press on the shutter release. It figures out the focus to ensure a sharp image, and

How does a digital camera capture an image?

the light passes through the lens, arpeture,ige sensor(that will process the image,it will be stored in the memory card of the camera by the connections in it.

How does a digital camera record an image?

Digital cameras are very much like all earlier cameras. Beginning with the very first camera all have been basically black boxes with a lens to gather the light, a wheel you t

How is image quality measured on digital cameras?

Simple question - tough answer. There is currently no single "industry standard" for measuring image quality. Some aspects to consider: . Color Reproduction (lens & sensor

What is the disadvantage of your images on a digital camera?

In terms of quality, the difference has been decreasing rapidly. I would say one advantage is there is no negative. Some years from now your images should not have any color