David Pogue on Big Sensors in Small Cameras

Once again David Pogue crusades for truth in Image Quality, remarking on the new crop of high quality devices with big sensors:

“The best overall predictor of image quality, though, is the size of the sensor inside. Big sensors absorb more light, so you get better color and sharper low-light images. Small sensors pack too many light-absorbing pixels into too little space, so heat builds up, creating digital “noise” (random speckles) in your photos.”

[Read More at NYTimes.com]

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