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 What is the difference between zoom in and zoom out?

Answer Zoom in is used to get a closer look and narrow your view. zoom out is for making your picture have a wider view.
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What is the difference between optical zoom & digital zoom on a camera?

The optical zoom is a true zoom. The lens uses all of the sensor on the camera so the resolution remains the same at any focal length A "digital" zoom really only crops the sensor, thus reducing t... Read More »
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What is the difference between optical zoom and digital zoom when using a camcorder?

Optical and digital zoom Optical zoom is the change created by focusing lenses to see further away or closer.Digital zoom is a change in the size of the digital optical reader surface used to read... Read More »
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What is the difference between a 10x zoom and a 12x zoom camera?

In the 10X, the longest focal length is 10X the shortest.Same idea for 12X.What's more important is what to what.28-105 is much more useful than 38-380 (film equivalents).Also be aware that in a 10... Read More »
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How much difference is there between a x50 zoom and x60 zoom on a digital camera?

Answer You will have an image about 20% larger at x60, but there is catch. Usually magnification of that amount is a combination of the optical zoom and digital zoom. The total obtained by multipl... Read More »
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