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    Default wats ccd?

    may i know wats CCD of a pnc?
    so is it high or lower ccd better?
    1/1.7 to 1/2.5

    which is better?
    Last edited by d3faultuser; 2nd September 2007 at 11:11 AM.

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    Default Re: wats ccd?

    Hi d3faultuser,

    CCD is "charge-coupled device", the sensor in most cameras that converts light to electric signals. You can read about it in more deails here (CCD), here (sensors), and here (sensor size). The 1/1.7 & 1/2.5 I believe you're referring to the sensor size. Generally the larger the sensor the better, as when the pixel size increases the sensitivity of each pixels will also be better, resulting in lower noise output. So in this case 1/1.7" sensor size would be better.
    Last edited by ziploc; 2nd September 2007 at 12:39 PM. Reason: add more links


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