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 Digital Photography: Is It a Matter of Pixels?
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Message Text: Quality related to the photographs taken by a digital camera is a resultant of different parameters such as the lens, the image sensor and the digital signal processing algorithms, and not just a matter of pixels.

Manufacturers often exploit consumers' ignorance when implying that a high resolution provided by a camera ensures better quality in the photographs taken. This is by no means true, as image quality relies on numerous other factors than the one mentioned. Some information about those factors is available here.
 
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