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Answer I would say a Fuji Camera 7 Megapixels. Any higher than that there is no visual benefit apart from having a larger picture.
i dont think so... i guess it depends on the camera you want to get. an average computer screen is over 800 pixels tall. if all you are talking about in your camera is t…he display, then maybe. how good the display is says nothing about how good the camera is. but if that is all you are getting out of the picture, then absolutely not. a pixel is like, the size of a pin-point.
8.2 megapixels is around average. I'll put it this way, 8 megapixels is enough. The only reason you would need more than 9 is if your cropping something very small.
TigerDirect.com has 8 MP cameras for $69.99. Note: the MP count of a camera means much less than the other features on the camera. In fact, in small inexpensive camera…s, high MP counts can mean poor photos in dim light conditions.
Not really, for a webcam it might be OK. 0.8 Mpx translates to about 320 * 250 pixels.
no this is not a good camera, 0.3 megapixels is really low && you want the highest amount you can get. 8.0 megapixels is about average. you want to get your megapixels from th…ere && up
My camera is 10 mega pixels. The higher amount of pixels the better value and quality the picture is. I assume that only 5 mega pixels is pretty low and the pictures that you …take won't be as good quality as, say, 10 mega pixels. In the article "Digital Photography: How many Megapixels Do You Need?" (at http://www.naturesimage.com.au/page/77145/default.asp) the professional photographer Andrew Goodall says good pictures up to 8"x12" can be taken with a 5MP camera:- You can produce good, high quality prints up to 8x12 inch (20x30cm), and probably larger, with a five megapixel camera. This is not a compromise; I doubt you would see any improvement in print quality taking the same picture on a ten megapixel camera. Certainly you would see a difference if you enlarged the photo to poster size, but (as we have discussed), very few people reading this article are likely to do that. Please do not see these comments as negative. I would never suggest that anyone who has bought a more powerful camera has wasted their money. Your upmarket camera probably came with an extra feature or two that adds to the fun you can have with photography. And of course, it is nice to know you could make giant prints from your photos…even though we both know you possibly never will. The important thing is not how many megapixels the camera has, but how well-focussed and sharp the original photo was in the first place. A camera with more megapixels doesn't make you a better photographer: a poor 6"x4" will be an atrocious A4 size photo (Hint: focus on the eyelashes.)
Megapixels are of the lowest concern unless your are a crop and go edit enthusiast. However it all depends on the size that you are going to print your image. I'm using a Drif…t HD and Drift HD Ghost. The HD only has 9mp and the HD Ghost has 11mp. In both quality driven comparisons their is no easily identifiable differences when i render out to 1080p images. how ever at a close zoom their arr mock ups you can tell a slight difference. however for the price difference wit mp i would suggest go for a camera with a outstanding stabilization and lens sensor and worry less about the megapixel output.
It is a great camera. that means it has 10.2 million pixels which to me is great. I have a 10.2 megapixel camera and it looks like HD.
Well, that depends on what you are using the images for. If the images are going online to share like on facebook, 1.3 megapixels might be enough to not cause distortion if yo…u do not enlarge the images. For printing, say 8x10 or bigger, this will cause pixelation to be present in your photograph. I suggest paying a bit more and getting a camera with at least 8 megapixels for clarity.
Megapixels are just one measure of a camera's quality. The quality of the lenses is just as, if not more important, in terms of picture quality. And, pixels vary a lot in qual…ity--some are smaller than others, and result in worse picture quality. You can find 5 megapixel cameras for $90, and others for several hundred dollars. The difference in price is due to better mechanics and better optics. A tiny plastic lens, no matter how many pixels the sensor has, will give you crappy photos. A good lens, on the other hand, can give you clear crisp photos with 2 or 3 megapixels. And too many megapixels is not necessarily a good thing--more megapixels mean larger file sizes, which will fill up your hard drive (if you store them on your computer) quickly. 5 megapixels will give you files which will let you print 8x10 photos without a problem. Other things which will determine how clear your photos are include: Proper lightingLens qualitySteadiness of cameraProper focusProper shutter speedClean sensor/lens If you are concerned about photo quality, read some reviews of the camera you are interested in on-line, or go to a camera shop (and not an appliance store that sells camera) and talk to the staff and try out the camera. Check out the links below for more information.
because of the increasing ways of improving quality other than megapixels.
yes it is. 14.1 megapixels is a really good camera
a 12.4 megapixel camera is very good because it takes pictures
There is the DROID Incredible, DROID X, 4G Evo, and the Kin two.