CCD

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CCD

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1. charge-coupled device
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CCD

abbreviation for
(Electronics) charge-coupled device
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CCD

charge-coupled device: a semiconductor chip with a light-sensitive grid, used for converting images into electrical signals.
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Replacing the green photosite with yellow means that the sensor is getting information from the green and red wavelengths of light, thereby increasing the information captured.
In these cameras, each photosite (pixel) is about 6 microns across, which inherently produces less noise than smaller pixels.
The more sedate growth observed is an inevitable byproduct of the need to accommodate unique design constraints, such as photosite performance in optical chips or electrical impedance matching in MMICs.
It couldn't have been a good feeling for consumers who entrusted their priceless memories to photo sharing and storage company PhotoSite when they went to its home page and found this message: "PhotoSite has discontinued service and can no longer accept new registrations.
PhotoSite, for example, offers photos in categories for elementary, junior high and high schools, with albums of projects and activities.
These diodes are called photosites. In a nutshell, each photosite is sensitive to light--the brighter the light that hits a single photosite, the greater the electrical charge that will accumulate at that site.
"Once the photosite information is debayered, the resolution is a true 4K image that has been produced without the need for 'pre-filter blurring' to reduce image artifacts as occurs with other supposedly '4K'cameras on the market" explains Charlton.
Other popular free and fee-based sites include Photobucket, Photosite, Picasa, Snapfish, Shutterfly, and the Kodak EasyShare Gallery, formerly known as Ofoto.