1. Thank you. This was clear, concise, and easy to understand. The video provided features, advantages, and benefits, which most videos fail to provide. You are a consummate communicator.

  2. actually it's both…………………..but mostly pixel size that determines dynamic range….. a 16mp APS-C will take very similar photos as a 24mp full frame camera – just a different field of view and that will effect how close or far you are from a subject to frame it the way you want… Also…pixel density effects print size detail…generally the higher the density the higher the resolution and the larger the print that can be made and hold decent resolution.

  3. Most phones have tiny sensor and too many pixels cannot separate the light cleanly and causes noise. Any sensor less than 6 mp does not have noise in daylight shots in fact hardly any noise at all in any situation. Pixel count can only be raised as sensor size is raised otherwise noise occurs. Too many pixels will cause noise. Check it out next time you go pixel peeping and look at the pixel count. micro four thirds can only hold 48 mp when they go higher you will see noise. It will be many years before four thirds have more than 48 mp, but when they do they will show more noise in low light conditions (and possibly even in the day shots). Each pixel requires 0.0467 cm2 to work effectively.

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