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meg·a·pix·el

 (mĕg′ə-pĭk′səl, - sĕl′)
n.
One million pixels.

megapixel

(ˈmɛɡəˌpɪksəl)
n
(Computer Science) computing one million pixels: a term used to describe the degree of resolution supplied by digital cameras, scanners, etc
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Camera makers are always bragging about the next model with even more megapixels than the one that came before it.
If you are familiar with how cameras work, you must know very well that megapixels are not as important as other factors like color reproduction and the lens.
The new product is the industry's first dual camera module to incorporate twin 1/4 inch optical format 5-megapixel CMOS camera modules (5 megapixels Eu 2 arrays), which simultaneously outputs recorded images and depth data.
SAMSUNG DIGIMAX S600 with 6 megapixels and 5x digital zoom, pounds 99' KODAK EASYSHARE V603 with 6 megapixels, 3x optical zoom and free photo printer, pounds 199.
25 megapixels per sensor, increasing light sensitivity and frame rate.
The emphasis in the first generation was improving picture quality, most often measured in millions of pixels, or megapixels.
3 to 20 megapixels, including camera models providing advanced capabilities such as dual sensor day/night and panoramic viewing.
3 to 10 megapixels, including camera models providing advanced capabilities such as dual sensor day/night and panoramic viewing.
The four sensor camera provides 8 megapixels of high definition video (6400 x 1200) over the entire panoramic view.
0 Megapixels with up to 25X Greater Compression Than MJPEG
Demand for 2-Megapixel CIS devices is forecast to more than double from about 130 million units in 2006 to about 350 million units in 2007, while demand for CIS devices specifying 4 Megapixels or more are expected to command more than half of the entire market in 2009.