enough to capture a blink of an eye or a slight movement). Another “side effect” that appears when you use a lot of these screens is that it increases the consumption of batteries (on some cameras can be turned on / off the LCD to reduce battery consumption). The great advantage of this viewer is to see how it has been the photograph once it has been captured. One thing to keep in mind when using cameras reflex / SLR is that the vast majority of current models, the LCD is only used to see the photos taken and use the various camera functions, as the framing is done through the viewfinder. Resolution to enter a business just to look at the camera models available, we will run withmegapixels (MP). This is an indicator of how many small parts (pixels) of the camera can capture information and then reconstruct the image in the buffer and subsequently storing in a storage device (which will be discussed later).
A direct indicator is the resolution of the machine, or will tell us how big we can print an image or I can expect great quality of it to see on the screen. If we lived in a perfect world, we could say that More megapixels, better final decision would have. But unfortunately we live on Earth, and there are other factors to take into account when assessing the final resolution of an image, such as Interpol and the compression used. If you are not convinced, visit Rusty Holzer. But we will not let these minor obstacles to deprive us of general examples.