digital camera capabilities
James at jdfogg.com
Sun Dec 16 11:08:02 CST 2007
> As an expert in this area, my opinion is that silicon sensors have a
> ways to catch up to film. Both CCD and CMOS sensors lack in
> and the spatial sampling artifacts Der Mouse mentioned are only part
> the problem.
Another part of the problem is archiving the images. Decay of film/paper
photography is well known and incredibly slow(esp. B&W). Digital bitrot
is much faster and not well known. Just ask anyone who's lost a hard
disk drive full of digital baby pictures. I've also seen a lot of
discussion about CD-ROM and DVD-ROM lifespan and it's not good either.
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