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    Default Re: CCD Vs CMOS

    maybe. but serious CMOS is good. cause all my camera are cmos. other than the Pns camera i've just brought today at comex
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    Default Re: CCD Vs CMOS

    Quote Originally Posted by sexalicious View Post
    maybe. but serious CMOS is good. cause all my camera are cmos. other than the Pns camera i've just brought today at comex
    Here's another link to explain the difference between CCD and CMOS.

    http://www.dalsa.com/markets/ccd_vs_cmos.asp
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    does it matters...the photographer is more important...

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwest2 View Post
    does it matters...the photographer is more important...
    Agree lah !

    I was quite a early adapter of Digital Camera.... my 1st true Digital Camera is a Olympus C-3000 Zoom. It cost the same as my EOS 400D when I 1st brought it.... hahaha, that much for a 3.1 Mega Pix camera !!

    CCD were better in those days..... with CMOS have more 'Noise' then CCD.

    But nowadays, the CMOS senser on any DSLR (APS-C format sensors) will beat those CCD from a PnS camera anytime

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    I think CCD and CMOS has come to the point where there isn't much difference between the 2 technologies. Camera manufacturers choose either one simply because of cost, availability of parts and maybe compatibility with other functions in their camera.

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