The first thing to look out while shopping around for a digital camera is the number of mega pixels. You must have come across the advertisements boasting well on the more mega pixels of their digital cameras as compared to any other camera. Mega pixels are actually one million pixels. Pixels are small squares that form a picture on a camera screen. All the pixels have a particular color assigned to them. The pixels are building block of the picture.

Commonly, people presume that the larger is the number of mega pixels in a digital camera, the clearer the image is. This is a wrong notion. The pixels make a picture big or small. A 10,000 MP camera will not give you clearer image than an 8000 MP camera. But it will yield a larger image. So while purchasing the camera, be sure that you know how much pixels you want in your digital camera.

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