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vasanth kumar d
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re: 50-Gpixel camera is better than the human eye
vasanth kumar d   6/22/2012 2:38:13 PM
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Oops...If Mega pixels are sufficient, what added benefit does this bring to a daily family photograph? Watch out memory companies. They would benefit a lot from this more than the end user and the camera manufacturer because remember each Gigapixel photo would take atleast a gigabyte space. What about taking videos with this monster?

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re: 50-Gpixel camera is better than the human eye
selinz   6/22/2012 2:11:53 PM
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Well, the biggest difference in the comparison between optics and network computers is that for the work in tandem to be meaninful, they havce to work synchronously. The good news is that effective shutterspeeds are in the kHz range.

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