Digital camera , Basic Computer Science

Digital Camera:

A Digital camera is an electronic device which takes video or still photographs or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor. Digital cameras can do things which film cameras can't, for example displaying images on screen immediately after they are recorded.  

 Images recorded on a digital camera can be cropped for editing, deleted and various types of special effects can be created by using Photoshop software.

 Digital cameras look like ordinary cameras but have sufficient memory in the form of chips to store thousands of images, rather than using photographic films.  

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