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Digital Photo

digital photo terms

What is autofocus? Autofocus is a capability of a digital camera to automatically bring the subject of a photograph into sharp focus before capturing the digital image.
What is a CCD? A CCD, short for charge coupled device, is the silicon chip inside the digital camera that records the image.
What is digital zoom? Digital zoom is the magnification of a digital image using software inside the digital camera, rather than changing the focal length of the zoom lens to magnify the image.
What is a CMOS sensor? A CMOS sensor is a type of image sensor inside a digital camera consisting of an integrated circuit that records an image.
What is effective resolution? Effective resolution is the measurement of the total number of pixels that a digital camera's image sensor uses to actually collect data about a photograph.
What is a jpeg? JPEG, short for Joint Photographic Expert Group, is the most commonly used type of formatting for image files created with a digital camera.
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