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Why You Shouldn’t Just Judge Cameras by Megapixels

April 8, 2013 | 11 In the digital cameras of today, the megapixel issue of yesterday is a non-issue. Unless you are going to be making extreme enlargements - 16” x 20” or larger - a camera having a low double-digit megapixel capability (10 or 12 megapixels) will more than meet your needs. Instead of worrying about megapixels when selecting a camera, spend your time researching features that do make a difference in your photography, such as: Sensor Size ISO Range Metering Modes Optical/Digital Zoom Read more [...]


February 27, 2012 | When you set out to choose a digital SLR camera the technology and terminology can be quite baffling. Many people get confused by terms like 'megapixels' and what they actually mean to your photography. When it comes to the quality and results you will get from a digital SLR it is down to two key components. These are the lens on the front of the camera and the sensor inside which captures the image. Modem digital SLRs have ranges of lenses available for different focal lengths and zoom options. Read more [...]