High resolution camera improves image quality manifoldResolution in photography indicates the amount of information or detail an image holds, which is measured in Mega-Pixels (MP). A high resolution camera has more Mega-Pixels (than the ordinary camera). This allows such high resolution camera to capture finer details, sharper edges and clearer images.
The improvement in image quality is clearly noticeable when images are viewed at larger sizes or when cropped. Increased resolution results in images with greater clarity, allowing more extensive editing and cropping without loss of quality.
High resolution cameras create sharper images by using sensors which contain more pixels, enabling capturing more information in each shot. As a result, when an image is enlarged or printed, sharper and more detailed images are available. Furthermore, high resolution cameras generally offer better colour accuracy. This creates more vibrant and life-like images.
Nowadays, all professional photographers use high resolution cameras. As a result, quality of photos/images has been improving day by day. The cost of high resolution cameras depends on different factors like brand, model, features, auto-focus system, etc. Needless to say, the cost of high resolution cameras is much higher than the cost of ordinary cameras. Entry-level cost of high resolution camera of reputed brands is Rs. 50,000/- plus tax. Cameras used by professionals with 45-50 MP or more can cost Rs. 5 lakh or even more.
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