If a digital camera has a higher resolution will its price be higher?

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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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