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 Is it true that the quality of HD is worse on big TV's such as 50"+?

Answer It's true that a bigger screen will expand the image and not be as sharp, but with high definition tv this is much less of a problem then standard definition was. It's up to you to decide which is ... Read More »
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Why does my camera have worse quality on the laptop?

It could be the video converter software or your camera settings could be set to save the video file as a low video quality to save memory space.
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The worse your vision, the thicker the glasses lensis it true?

I'm pretty sure they do get thicker as your vision worsens.
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Is it true that the higher the megapixels, the better the quality of the picture?

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Is it true that passive 3D TVs have lower quality images?

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