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 Is it true that the higher the megapixels, the better the quality of the picture?

Answer Nope. In fact, too many pixels on a small image sensor will actually generate more noise and worse image quality. There are other factors which are MUCH more important to image quality than the n... Read More »
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Do higher megapixels in a camera generate better quality pictures?

not really, high mega pixel only benefit if you printer large size, if you a average user print small prints or like 4x6 you don't need more than 3 mega pixel in most case, if too high mega pixel m... Read More »
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Is it true that the longer you use your plasma screen tv the better the picture quality gets over time?

The picture quality will not change in 6 months.Generally...over time though HDTVs start to lose their brightness(contrast). This is a gradual change that takes anywhere from 60,000 hours to 100,00... Read More »
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Does higer megapixels on a camera mean better picture quality, or just larger pictures?

While a larger file certainly will be an asset should you elect to enlarge the image, or, crop out a significant portion of the overall image, lens quality is a big factor.One reason that images sh... Read More »
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How important is Megapixels and or Resolution in camera / picture quality?

Megapixels only refer to picture size. It has nothing to do with picture quality. That number printed on the side of the camera is pure marketing strategy only.Those who work with lots of details a... Read More »
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