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mcsol
01-28-2008, 20:44
I was reading a "review" about a new digital camera.

One particular statement rang my ears:
"You need to be careful to keep the camera steady as the closely packed pixel population will show up and amplify the effect of any movement."

Excuse me? Pixel population - amplifying the effect of movement?

Especially with a full frame M9 in mind, what does this mean? Any thoughts?


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BTW: Honestly, I didn't make this up: here's the link http://www.trustedreviews.com/digital-cameras/review/2008/01/25/Pentax-K20D-Hands-On-Preview/p3

sam_m
01-28-2008, 20:48
very amusing

jaapv
01-28-2008, 23:01
As the pixels stand shoulder to shoulder, they are more prone to a wavelike swaying, when the camera moves. Think of a dense crowd at a soccer match doing "the wave"
There is also more danger of pixel hooliganism.

Hibbs
01-28-2008, 23:21
"You need to be careful to keep the camera steady as the closely packed pixel population will show up and amplify the effect of any movement."

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That is correct...and the internet is made up of tubes. Many, many tubes.

~hibbs