What Digital Camera?

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A digital camera is an optical device that is used in the field of digital photography to take still photographs as well as video. It is able to display images on the screen immediately after they have been taken and it has a large memory capacity.
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A digital camera stores images in a digital format rather than recording them onto film.
The quality of a digital camera is mainly defined by four quantities: resolution, lens aperture, lens zoom range, lens quality, and software. CCD sensitivity also varies somewhat.
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