Pixel

By John Hardy September 27, 2018 Technical Information No comments yet

The pixel is the smallest picture element that can represent a single calculable element of light intensity and colour.
 
In general it can be said that the more pixels that make up a picture, the greater the overall picture definition.

Mega Pixel Examples.

Screen Defination Name
Variation Name
Screen Pixel Matrix 
(Horizontal x vertical)
Screen Aspect Ratio
(Horizontal x vertical)
Mega Pixel Name
Standard Definition (SD)
QCIF
176 x 144
11:9
0.025 Mega Pixel
Standard Definition (SD)
CIF
352 x 288
11:9
0.1 Mega Pixel
Standard Definition (SD)
DCIF
528 x 384
11:8
0.2 Mega Pixel
Standard Definition (SD)
2CIF
704 x 288
22:9
0.2 Mega Pixel
Standard Definition (SD)
4CIF  & D1
704 x 576
11:9
0.41 Mega Pixel
Standard Definition (SD)
625 Line TV
768 x 576
4:3
0.44 Mega Pixel
High Definition (HD)
720p TV
1280 x 720
16:9 0.92 Mega Pixel
High Definition
1080i TV
1920 x 1080i
16:9 1.04 Mega Pixel
High Definition
1080p Full HD TV
1920 x 1080
16:9 2.073 Mega Pixel
High Definition
3MP
1920 x 1536
5:4 2.949 Mega Pixel
High Definition
4MP
2560 x 1440
16:9 3.68 Mega Pixel
High Definition
5MP
2560 x 1944
near 4:3
(none standared)
4.97 Mega Pixel
High Definition
5MP
2944 x 1656
16:9 4.87 Mega Pixel
High Definition
5MP
3072 x 1728
16:9 5.3 Mega Pixel
High Definition
6MP
3072 x 2048
3:2 6.29 Mega Pixel
Ultra High Definition (UHD)
8MP - 4K - UHD TV
3840 x 2160
16:9 8.29 Mega Pixel
Ultra High Definition
8K
7680 x 4320
16:9 33.17 Mega Pixel


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