As the title says, pixels doesn't transfer into a greater picture. I had to post this after reading so many misconceptions around. As a guide to view on a PC about only 1-3 is required believe it or not. When dad worked for the main newspaper here, he filled a billboard with an 8 megapixel. So I thought I would just say on your mobile it doesn't matter how large it is for the quality but its more down to the person and how they optimise the settings. So bigger doesn't necessarily mean better because let's face it we all don't need sky scraper sized images.
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- 07-10-2013, 03:10 AM #2
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Re: Pixels doesn't translate to better pictures.
Agreed! I used to sell digital cameras and we were told to tell the customers how higher mega pixels would create "better" images and I went to find out if that was true and all I discovered was that more mega pixels did produce a larger image, but you're right...not necessarily the best.
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