|What is the difference between analogue and megapixel cameras?|
All photos are made up by a number of “dots” called pixels, the more pixels the better the photo. An analogue camera can produce photos with up to 460,000 pixels whereas a megapixel camera can have anything from 1.3 million pixels (1.3 megapixels) up to 6 megapixels, with this number increasing as technology does. So for example a 4 megapixel camera would produce photos of 9x the quality of the best analogue cameras which allows large areas to be covered by a single camera where it may have taken a number of analogue cameras to cover the same area.
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