How many mega pixels iphone 4?
- Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio
- 5-megapixel iSight camera
- VGA-quality photos and video at up to 30 frames per second with the front camera
- Tap to focus video or still images
- LED flash
- Photo and video geotagging
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Pixels are tiny building blocks of color in an image; the more youpixels there are, the more detailed the image will be. A mega-pixelis a set of one million pixels; most DSLR cameras have a range ofaround 10 megapixels up to a mind-blowing 50 megapixels. How many mega-pixels you have is not really …the most importantfactor in getting good images, though. It sure is quite importantin getting sharp images, but even more important is the lens, or"glass" that is used. For example, a camera with twelve megapixelspaired with a very good quality lens will often have more detailthan that of a 24 megapixel camera paired with a cheap lens. Thisall comes down to a factor called "Perceptual Megapixels," or"P-Mpix" for short. Let's get this out of the way now- you will almost certainly neverget all of the detail out of your camera sensor that it is capableof. A typical DSLR today has somewhere around a 24 megapixelsensor, but with the kit lenses that come with them, you only getabout 9-13 perceptual megapixels of detail (Now you get it!). Toget an image with a higher P-Mpix count, you have to use higherquality glass (lenses). Sharpness can also be affected by factors like shutter speed,aperture, or ISO settings. If the shutter speed is not high enoughon the camera, the image can be subject to motion blur. Aperture isalso a very large factor in image sharpness. The aperture controlshow much light enters the lens, and also the depth of field (thepart of the image in focus). At apertures wider than about f/3.2,the image can become unsharp, and at apertures narrower than aboutf/7.1, the image can be subject to diffraction, which degradessharpness. (MORE)
Answer . There are many different low end nikon cameras on the market, the best place to find your anwer would be either to do a internet search for your specific camera or probably the best way would be just to go to the manufactors website at http://www.nikon.com/ .
Expandable memory cards can range in size from as small as 16MB, all the way up to 4GB (4 Gigabytes or 4,000,000,000 bytes / 4 billion bytes), and range in price from $20-$200. The chart below will give you a basic outline of how much memory a digital image will take up on different size cards, and …with various output resolutions. Please remember these are approximate numbers of images; results with your camera may vary. Resolution / Mega Pixels Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP 16MB 10 9 5 2 2 32MB 25 17 10 5 4 128MB 150 120 80 55 32 256MB 300 240 160 110 71 512MB 600 480 320 225 121 1GB 1200 950 600 400 260 2GB 2400 1900 1200 800 500 4GB* 4000 3000 2000 1500 1000 (MORE)
Megapixel is like megabite. Megabite has 1 000 000 bytes so megapixel has 1000 000 pixels. Mega refers to 10^6
It depends on many factors, like quality setting the camera is on, the format that camera shoots in, and the specific camera and card. It would be helpful to have more information. Your camera should show the number of pictures remaining. However, Lexar specifies 1998: http://www.lexar.com/d…igfilm/capacity_chart.html (MORE)
Think of megapixels as horsepower or whatever - it basically measures resolution and not the number of pictures a memory card can hold. This depends on: -The size photo chosen in the camera 'Menu' (eg from postcard size to A3) -The size in kilobytes of the individual photo. For example, my cam…era is set to take 4" x 6" photos, and the average size in kb would be less than 2000 , or 2Meg, so in theory this would easily give (256/2) = 128 photos. (I Gigabyte is 1024 Meg or 1,024 x1,024 kb0. However, because each person's photos and likes and dislikes are different, yours will not be the same as mine. Select the dimmest photo of the size you are going to take and divide that into the memory-card size. (Darker photos take more kb.) (MORE)
My 7 Megapixel camera can store about 400 pictures on its 1 GB memory Card
Memory cards (In terms of cameras), most of the time, save digital photos taken in "JPG100" format or "RAW12" format. To tell what kind of format your digital camera saves with, upload the pictures (Or, just connect the camera) to the computer. Take a look at the image file names. If they are named …"JPG001", "JPG002", (so on) depending on the picture number, it is saved in JPG100 format. If pictures are named "RAW01", "RAW02", (so on), it is saved in RAW12 format (But different cameras name images differently; be very open to these rules. They are not always exact).. We are assuming 8.1 megapixels will make a [ 3184 wide X 2544 high ] picture.. You can save about 1,300 RAW12-savetype pictures . (Assuming - 12.0 Megabytes per picture). Alternatively, you can save about 8,000 JPG100-savetype pictures. (Assuming - 2.0 Megabytes per picture). Remember; Every picture takes up a different amount of space, and nothing will be exact. (MORE)
This will change depending on the quality setting and how good your camera is at compressing JPEG, but on average a 10MP photo is ~5MP on Fine Setting, so around 1500 pictures on a 4GB card.
iPhone 2g -2mp iPhone 3g -2mp iPhone 3gs -3mp iPhone 4 - 5mp iPhone 4s - 8mp iPhone 5 - 8mp iPhone 5s - 8mp iPhone 6/Plus - 8mp iPhone 6s/Plus - 12mp
You simply have to multiply it and then divide by 1000. Its like the 2 million pixels from Sony LCD Bravia. Its some multiplication that reaches the 2 million mark to give that unmatched picture quality.. the reason for its success.. your answer should be 1228 according to my calculation. My answ…er (different from above)2048 x 1536 - 3 megapixels 1600 x 1200 - 2 megapixels 1280 x 960 - 1 megapixel 640 x 480 - VGA (MORE)
If one camera has 4 mega pixels and the chip has 1 GB the other is 6 mega pixels but the chip has 128 MB which one has more space?
the 4 mega pixel 1gb camera would have more space but the 6 mega pixel camera takes a better picture
1GB MEMORY CARD CAN HOLD 150 TO 200 SNAP IN A 13.6 MEGA PIXEL CAMERA.
\n. \nIt is only 2 mp, however it takes very high quality still images with decent lighting.
Depends on how you are storing the images. If you are storing RAW files, then it's probably 6-8MB per picture. Jpeg file size depends on the quality of the JPEG you select. It could be up to 4-5MB for the highest quality JPEGs, and just a couple of hundred KB for the lowest quality image.
If your camera is at the highest settings probably about 8 pictures. If it's at standard or lower settings I would say about 16. You definitely go ahead and buy a higher capacity memory card if you can. A 4 GB memory card is fairly cheap now and would hold over 1100 7.2 mega-pixel photographs.
\n. \nThe answer to your question will depend on the type of camera, how you are storing the files and how complex the images are. \n. \nIn general, you should be able to get about 200-225 pictures on a 1GB memory card, assuming that you are saving the files in JPEG format. Saving in RAW format wi…ll reduce the number of pictures. Since JPEG is a compressed file format, the files will vary in size based on how complex the pictures are. So the total number of pictures that you can get on a card will vary based on how well the JPEG compression algorithm is able to compress your photos. (MORE)
Mexapixels refers to the resolution power of the sensor in the camera. Kilobytes refer to data storage. There is no direct relationship, because the type of data collected, stored and the compression (if any) will affect the size of the data file. All of those factors can and do vary.
Roughly 40 at full resolution. Memory is cheap. Splurge fifteen bucks and get a 2 gig.
The content of the picture and what "Quality" level you are using affects how many pictures a memory card will hold. A 2 GB card in a 7.2 MP camera will hold something like 800 pictures on medium quality and 400 pictures on high quality.
Megapixels is a measure of image resolution. Megabytes are measurements of file size. They actually have no direct relationship. Megapixel (MP) count refers to the maximum resolution of the camera's sensor -- its ability to record detail. The number of images that can be recorded on a card of a g…iven size is only indirectly related to the capacity of the card, which is measured in Kilobytes (KB) or Megabytes (MB), not MP. That will vary according to the image itself, and to the camera's settings. For example: My Pentax K10D, with a 10.1 MP sensor and using a 4 GB card, will record approximately 821 images at the highest resolution (10 MP) and a "Fine" quality setting. The same camera, with the same sensor and same card, will record 10,000-plus images at the lowest resolution (2 MP) and the "Low" quality setting. Practically all cameras have this ability to change the resolution settings, and thus the sizes of the image files that are stored on the card. So, you can see that it is only possible to answer your question in very general terms: The higher the capacity of the card, the more images you can store at whatever camera settings. And, as you can see above, even at the highest settings with a high MP count, you can take a lot of pictures! One thing to think about: storage cards can and do fail. It is better to have two 1 GB cards than one 2 GB card, unless you plan to shoot a whole lot of video. That way if one fails, you can keep shooting and worry about retrieving the images off the other card later. (MORE)
There is no direct relationship between film and megapixel count. One is analog (film) the other digital. In terms of printing, the best you could expect out of a 16mm negative would be a decent 3 X 4" print, at the very most, and that would be out of a well-exposed, sharp negative. Even small digit…al files will print better. (MORE)
The human eye is an analog receiver, not digital. Megapixels do not(truly) apply. As digital cameras have CCDs with a number of photosites (whichdetermine the "megapixel" count of the camera, not the imagequality). The human eye has a set number of photo receptor cells.The eye has recently been mea…sured to have a mind-blowing 576megapixels, but the very small area that the eye actually focuseson is only about 8 megapixels. (MORE)
the two units are in no way related so no equivalence can me made. exspet ya mum she knows every thing
It may be important to know the number of megapixels available in asetting while using a camera. In 2048 by 1152 pixels there are 2.4Mega pixels.
This all depends on the camera of the phone in question. Some 'phones have no camera.
well if you are shooting with the quality at 3456x 2304 then its about 8 megapixels
1 Megapixel = 1,000,000 pixels so to find out how many megapixels, divide the number by 1,000,000: 54,000 / 1,000,000 = .054 megapixels or not very much at all, that's an image that is better suited for websites rather than printing.
The prefix M (mega) is equivalent to 10^6 (one million). 1 megapixel = 1*10^6 = 1000000 pixels 800000 pixels = 800000/10^6 = 0.8 megapixels
the old ones are 640x820 i believe which makes them .3 megapixels, the new macbooks have 1.3 megapixels
it totally depends on the size of image you set your camera on.Largest of image size a 7.1 mp camera will be aprox 2-3mb.3x(4x1024)= your answer.
It would depend on what type of files the pictures are being saved in and how much compression is applied to the camera. RAW files are the biggest. A 4GB card can hold about 150~200 14MP pictures. JPEG files are smaller, and has a very wide range of compression levels. A 4GB card can hold about 70…0 pictures if its mildly compressed, or over 3000 pictures if it's heavily compressed (and/or resized). (MORE)
none... giga bite (GB) is a measure of memory in your device, mega pixel (MP) is the measurement for pixels.
pixels refer to points of light that are in aphoto.A mega-pixel is one thousand pixels so when they say 1000pixels that is 1 mega-pixel
3 mega pixel is good but 2mega pixel is worst so i would go with 3
The oldest digital camera had enough resolution for a website banner. If the banner is to be 500 pixels across by 100 pixels down, the total pixels would be 500x100 or 5000 pixels. 1 Megapixel/5000pixels = .2 MP (that's POINT 2 Megapixels!).
Equals ~2Mp. Actually it is => (1,600 x 1,200)/1,000,000 Mp = 1,920,000/1,000,000 Mp = 1,92Mp.
Depends how big your storage card is and what settings you're using to take pictures.
Approximately 600 images. I have a CANON 450D, my 2gb card holds about 330 images, and my 8gb card holds about 1600 images... so i can estimate that the 4gb card will hold about 600 images.
The amount of megapixels contained can not be determined from this question, simply because the qustion does not name something for us to determine the amount from. The amount of megapixels contained from one thing to the next can be very vast.
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Not totally sure but i think its 3 to 4 mp. By the way, its called a facetime camera. No problem :)
If you don't know already, here are the resolutions of the iPhone cameras original iPhone: 2MP iPhone 3G: 2MP iPhone 3GS: 3MP iPhone 4: 5MP iPhone 4S: 8MP iPhone 5: 8MP
That depends on the resolution of the screen the pixel is on. An old tv has a lot less pixels than a modern wide screen computer monitor.
The iPhone 5 has a 1136x640 resolution display (4 inches). If you wanted the exact amount of pixels, just add 1136 and 640 to get a total of 1176.
Impossible to answer as many things can affect file size.. File size of an image can vary hugely depending on compression, image content, file type and bit depth..
The front camera for the iPhone 5 is 1.2 megapixels. The camera onthe rear is 8 megapixels.
The Motorola RIZR Z3 camera has a 2-megapixel camera. It does feature an 8x zoom and a flash. You can also change exposure lighting. It is a decent camera as long as you don't need high quality images or need to enlarge the images.
There are 10.1 megapixels in the Canon XTI Rebel camera. The current model is not available on Amazon, but a newer model is available. They cost over $200 for a new camera.
The iPhone 5c is 640 x 1136 pixels. That is about 326 pixels persquare inch (ppi).