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Can you use a aperture on a digital camera?

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Answered 2013-11-04 07:13:27

An aperture is a hole where light travels through. Therefore in any camera there is always an aperture - including digital cameras - even if it is fixed

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The hole in the shutter allowing light into the camera.

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