If a digital camera has a higher resolution will its price be higher?
Depending on the type of camera (ie.. Kodak, Canon, etc...) yes your price will be higher. If you go with a cheaper camera that has less features but a higher resolution, that would be your best bet for finding a high resolution camera for a decent price.
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Cnet.com which lets you do comparison of reviews using charts, along with doing specification comparison. . Hope that answered the question.
Lower resolution. Because if you buy a large thin TV and use the antenna you'll get some poor quality due to the size of your 68" TV. The smaller the size if the better cuz th…e pixel's will be better for the TV. So you can buy a lously 108" TV but you'll get some weird lookin pictures. If you buy smaller the quality is much much better. Unless you were using like cable or Dish or something like that. All things being equal, a HIGH RESOLUTION picture will show more detail, etc.
Generally yes. In a monopoly they charge whatever price they choose because there is no competition. Governments go to great lengths to limit the impact of monopolies. In th…eory they have complete control over the price but consumer consternation could lead to price regulation in sensitive areas.
Seitz Phototechnic make a 6x17 Panorama camera - 21250x7500px! That's 160 megapixels.
They don't make as much Apple devices as they do with other brands.
Is higher resolution always better than lower resolution and why
No, high resolution isn't always better for several reasons. Sensorsize is very important- if a manufacturer puts lots of pixels on asmall sensor images are susceptible to dig…ital noise that whenprocessed out can cause noticeable smoothing of edges and loss ofdetail; the bigger the pixels in theory the less noise and betterimage quality. The 100% crops of an image taken from a high resolution camera willbe more noisy than a lower resolution on the same sized sensor. Butif zoomed out to show the same amount of picture as the lowerresolution picture 100% crop more detail will be shown on thehigher resolution picture. a comparison of the 16MP D4 and 36.2MPD800 by digital rev goes over this. In terms of compacts the better quality will be achieved by thelower resolution camera (in RAW). This is highlighted with thelumix cameras with low end models have a higher resolution than themodel above them. For example the LX7 a top end compact has only10MP were as the sz1 has 16 or the Fz45 had a 14MP res then wassuperseded by the 12MP fz48- to achive higher picture quality. Having said all that new technology such as Nokia's pure view techdoes a great job of noise management and cancellation in the 8mpjpegs. But generally the bigger the sensor the better image quality fromthe same resolution.
Higher resolution on movies means that the picture will be clearer than on a movie with less resolution. So if you want a really good movie experience, go with the higher reso…lution.
generally digicams are full HD. so it has 1080 pixels... pixels decides the clearity of the pictures....
Generally speaking, yes. The higher the resolution, the higher the amount of pictorial information that is displayed for a given area. So the overall picture detail will be sh…arper.
They had a low resolution
once you take an obscene picture of your genitals. the clarity determines the resolution.
Normally, higher resolutions are always considered to be better. A higher resolution means higher quality images or video. There are some exceptions where higher resolution …can be detrimental. High resolution means more data to store and transmit an image or a video signal. HDTV requires 5 times more data than standard definition signals. That means 5 times the storage space and 5 times the bandwidth for transmission. For storage, it means more disk space in an editor or a PVR. For transmission, it means a bigger part of the total cable or satellite bandwidth. The result is fewer programs stored or fewer channels. In some cases, older television content that was produced as SD is being boradcast in an HD format. The image quality doesn't get any better because the conversion never adds detail that wasn't there to start with. It does use the full HD data rate though. In this case, higher resolution doesn't mean higher quality. Sometimes, higher resolution just means running out of storage space faster or fewer channels. So, although high resolution is usually a good thing, there can be reasons why lower resolution might be better, just once in a while.
Whether you mean physical memory or picture quality - in bothexamples, a digital camera is far superior to a mobile phone.
Yes and no. Higher resolution images usually require more memory to store them. However different photographic file formats may take differentamounts of memory for the same re…solution image (e.g. a jpg filewill take less memory than a raw file for the same resolution imagebecause the jpg is compressed and the raw is not compressed). Check the resolution of your camera to determine actual resolution,however if it saves the photos as jpg files or other compressedformats some "minor" details will be lost that would not be lost inraw files or other uncompressed formats (at the expense of needingmore memory to store the files).