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 What is a megapixel in a camera?

Answer A megapixel (or mp) is one million pixels, which are tiny squares that make up the photograph. 8 megapixels and up is good quality for cameras these days.
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What is the difference from a 3.0 megapixel camera to a 2.5 megapixel camera?

The 3 MP camera will have slightly higher quality/detail than the 2.5MP camera.
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What is the difference of a 3.0 megapixel camera and a 2.0 megapixel camera?

Compared to a 2 MP camera, a 3 MP camera has roughly 50% more available detail in comparable images.
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Can you use current software from 3 megapixel for 6 megapixel camera to download pictures and keep clarity if both use Scan Disk?

Answer Yes, in fact if you are running XP you need no software to download pictures from a digital camera. Just connect the camera and XP take it from there.
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Is a 5 megapixel camera better than a 10 megapixel?

For most usage, 5mp is more than enough. Generally, the more pixels, the more space available to crop. For most general usage, 5mp is more than enough. Remember: COMPOSITION IS KEY! Is the image ... Read More »
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