The Lie of Interpolation

Look at this ebay auction. Here the seller claims a Fifteen Megapixel camera, but if you read closer, the pixels are Interpolated. This means the image is just resized to be more (blurred) pixels. A gimmick that is a waste of memory and whose only purpose is to deceive consumers into believing that they’re buying a high Megapixel device. Read on to find the camera actually only has 5.0 Megapixel!

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