Pogue’s perspective: megapixel numbers don’t matter

novembro 23, 2006 at 10:03 am Deixe um comentário

David Pogue has faced his fair share of myth-busting duties, but his latest assignment sure didn’t have to be done in order to convince us that his unanimous discovery was indeed correct all along. While theorists (and those adamant that bigger always equals better) can theorize forever on why additional megapixels should yield clearer, more accurate prints, the reality of the matter is that extra megapixels are typically not much more than a marketing ploy to lure consumers into making an additional purchase. In his latest test, he took identical photos with anonymous 5-, 8-, and 13-megapixel shooters, and then printed them out on 16- x 24-inch poster paper at a professional photography lab.


[Via Engadget]


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