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 It's the digital age! Why are security camera images so lousy?

Answer The simple answer behind this is that: because security cameras are running 24/7, if they were to record at a 'regular' video recording speed (like 24 frames per second), over the course of 1 day, ... Read More »
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How are images recorded on a digital camera?

Before an actual image is recorded, a number of measurements are taken by the camera as you press on the shutter release. It figures out the focus to ensure a sharp image, and it measures the avail... Read More »
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What is the disadvantage of your images on a digital camera?

In terms of quality, the difference has been decreasing rapidly. I would say one advantage is there is no negative. Some years from now your images should not have any color fading, dust, scratche... Read More »
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56 How do you input images from a digital camera or a scanner?

just connect the digi cam to the PC thru data cable. Wait for some time after connecting. Then luk in My Computer . U will see one extra icon ( may be local drive (i) ). Open it and you can access ... Read More »
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