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Part 1. Getting Comfortable with Your Digital Camera

Part 1. Getting Comfortable with Your Digital Camera

Digital cameras look like film-based cameras, but instead of using film to record images, they use an electronic sensor called a charge-coupled device (CCD). The CCD is divided into three million or more pixels on typical mid-range cameras. Most cameras use one of various types of flash memory cards to store the digital images that the CCD creates. A few cameras use mini-CDs or floppy disks instead. Together, the CCD and flash memory or other recording media replace film in a digital camera.


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