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Version actuelle par : bjoern holst jespersen ,

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'''Hi Austin'''
 
The reason for the difference in image quality is that there is at huge difference in the amount of light in the two situations.
 
The difference is much bigger than what we experience, butexperience because our eyes are able to compensate. And eventhough the camera is able to adjust in ways similar to our eyes it is not as succesfull. This is always the case in photography. Usually the first thing you give up in order to compensate is the sharpness in the depth (when the hole to take in light is expanded). The next thing to go is the general sharpness (when the grainsize on the film or reciever is increased). After that there is only the light level to lower.
The difference is much bigger than what we experience, butexperience because our eyes are able to compensate. And eventhough the camera is able to adjust in ways similar to our eyes it is not as succesfull. This is always the case in photography. Usually the first thing you give up in order to compensate is the sharpness in the depth (when the hole to take in light is expanded). The next thing to go is the general sharpness (when the grainsize on the film or reciever is increased). After that there is only the light level to lower.
 
Besides that the lenses on small cameras, such as in iPods, are tiny compared "real" cameras. And there are reasons why real cameras still feature lenses of that size. Those reasons become more evident in difficult conditions.
 
That's why but it's not going to improve your indoor iamges, I guess.

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Modifié par : bjoern holst jespersen ,

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'''Hi Austin'''
 
The reason for the difference in image quality is that there is at huge difference iin the amount of light iin the two situations. The difference is much bigger than what we experience, but our eyes have ways to compensate.
The reason for the difference in image quality is that there is at huge difference iin the amount of light iin the two situations. The difference is much bigger than what we experience, but our eyes have ways to compensate.
 
EventhoughThe difference is much bigger than what we experience, but our eyes are able to compensate. And eventhough the camera is able to adjust in a wayways similar to our eyes it is not as succesfull. This is always the case in photography. Usually the first thing you give up in order to compensate is the sharpness in the depth (when the hole to take in light is expanded). The next thing to go is the general sharpness (when the grainsize on the film or reciever is increased). After that there is only the light level to lower.
EventhoughThe difference is much bigger than what we experience, but our eyes are able to compensate. And eventhough the camera is able to adjust in a wayways similar to our eyes it is not as succesfull. This is always the case in photography. Usually the first thing you give up in order to compensate is the sharpness in the depth (when the hole to take in light is expanded). The next thing to go is the general sharpness (when the grainsize on the film or reciever is increased). After that there is only the light level to lower.
 
Besides that the lenses on small cameras, such as in iPods, are tiny compared "real" cameras. And there are reasons why real cameras still feature lenses of that size. Those reasons become more evident in difficult conditions.
 
That's the reasons,why but I guess that'sit's not going to change anythingimprove your indoor iamges, I guess.
That's the reasons,why but I guess that'sit's not going to change anythingimprove your indoor iamges, I guess.

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Contribution d'origine par : bjoern holst jespersen ,

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'''Hi Austin'''

The reason for the difference in image quality is that there is at huge difference i the amount of light i the two situations. The difference is much bigger than what we experience, but our eyes have ways to compensate.

Eventhough the camera is able to adjust in a way similar to our eyes it is not as succesfull. This is always the case in photography. Usually the first thing you give up in order to compensate is the sharpness in the depth (when the hole to take in light is expanded). The next thing to go is the general sharpness (when the grainsize on the film or reciever is increased). After that there is only the light level to lower.

Besides that the lenses on small cameras, such as in iPods, are tiny compared "real" cameras. And there are reasons why real cameras still feature lenses of that size. Those reasons become more evident in difficult conditions.

That's the reasons, but I guess that's not going to change anything.

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