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  1. Thanks for this wonderful article. Yet another thing to mention is that nearly all digital cameras arrive equipped with the zoom lens so that more or less of any scene being included simply by ‘zooming’ in and out. These changes in target length are generally reflected within the viewfinder and on big display screen at the back of any camera.

    September 11, 2012 at 1:35 PM

    • Prarthna

      Hi Bryant! Sorry I think this comment went on the wrong post. I think you were trying to comment upon the DSLR/super-zoom camera. I agree with you that today almost all digital cameras come with some form of a zoom. The quality of zoom though, would depend upon whether the zoom is digital or optical. For example, the zoom on an iPhone is completely digital, meaning it actually just crops out the extra pixels to give you the illusion of going closer. Whereas, on a DSLR camera the zoom is optical, meaning it actually takes you closer to the object itself.

      The quality of zoomed-in photographs is usually sharper with optical zoom than with a digital-only zoom.

      Thanks for writing in, though. 🙂

      September 23, 2012 at 1:26 PM

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