Zoom Digital versus Optical Zoom

Many digital cameras offer digital and optical zooms. Both of them often confuse camera buyers on average, until you know what you see.

Optical zoom functions like a zoom lens on a 35 mm film camera. This changes the length of your camera lens and pulls the subject closer to you. Zoom optics maintain image quality. Digital zoom works differently. This just takes a picture and cuts it then enlarges the remaining parts. This causes the quality of the photo to be reduced, sometimes very.

What does this mean in terms of output is that you may have a greater view of an object with digital zoom, but the possibility of your image will be unfocused? Details will be lost. Actually, the best is to turn off your camera's digital zoom feature if possible. This will prevent you from automatically enlarging too close because the digital zoom is often an extension of optics.

There are some things you can do if you want a view that is closer than a subject but wants your image quality to remain good. Try moving closer when you take pictures. Often only one or two legs will do tricks. If this is not possible, you can set the camera to take pictures on the highest file size. This will produce photos that can be cut only to enter only the subject you want but allow the image that is still clear.

Zoom Digital has its place. This can be used if the only fate of your photo is the internet. Online photos can be of much lower quality on the camera and still look acceptable when sent via email or posted on a web gallery. However, if your goal is to print, look for a camera that has a larger optical zoom and turns off the digital zoom. Your photo will be better in the end, even if they are not close.

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