Since the advent of digital photography, photographers have wanted more detail, and to many this translates to ‘more megapixels’. But does more pixels being packed into sensors that are not getting larger mean more quality? In fact, today, there is a rush for up to 100 megapixels to be packed on to tiny cellphone cameras. So what does this really mean? Do more megapixels actually mean better quality images? Let’s go over some facts and see whether this is the case, or not.
Mac Vs. PC, Coke Vs. Pepsi, Nikon Vs. Canon In many ways, this photographic debate is very much like the Mac Vs. PC debate. In many ways, it’s not. The debate has always been fuelled by passionate fans of each camear system, with each group saying that their system is the best, or ‘better’ as … Read more