Size isn’t important

The size of the image sensor is important, and generally, the larger the sensor, the larger your pixels, and the larger the pixels, the more light you can collect. The more light you can catch, the better the image.I’ve found that some consumers don’t care to learn enough to make sound buying decisions. Some people still buy cars and SUVs with 250+ HP engines and can do 0-60 MPH in under 6 seconds but drive them in the same rush hour traffic as everyone else. They’ve bought into the idea that more is better.Pocket : Camera megapixels: Why more isn’t always better (Smartphones Unlocked)

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