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Tips to Choose Cell Phone With the Best Camera

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 29 - 2019
Tips to Choose Smart Phone With the Best Camera

Tips to Choose Smart Phone With the Best Camera

To choose a Smartphone with a good quality camera is actually not difficult only if we know exactly what to be considered. The most important thing to decide is the image sensor of the camera which is usually neglected.

The bigger the image sensor is, the better the quality of the camera. Most cameras have sensors numbered 1/3-1/3.2 inches like iPhone 5, HTC One, Nexus 5 and etc. the better ones will have sensor image of 1/2.6 or 1/2.3 inches like Sony Experia Z (1/2.3″) and Samsung Galaxy S5 (1/2.6″), or 1/1.2 inches like Nokia Lumia 1020.

1.IMAGE RESOLUTION/MEGAPIXEL
After image sensor, the second most important thing is the image resolution. The bigger the pixel of an image, the better the detail captured. Commonly, image sensor with bigger size will have bigger image resolution as well, for instance, Sony Experia Z1 has a 20MP and Nokia Lumia 1020 has 41 MP resolutions. The smaller the pixel is, the fewer the detail of the image will be. Furthermore, the image will get shattered when it is cropped. Read the rest of this entry »

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