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- 1-Bit colour
- The least number of colours per pixel for a graphics file. Each pixel is either black or white.
- 16 Base
- Image resolution of 3072 x 2048 pixels, which is suitable for desktop publishing applications.
- 2-stage Shutter Release
- A 2-stage shutter release is the industry standard among current electronic cameras. In order to activate the Autofocus mechanism and the light meter, slightly press the shutter release. Holding the release halfway maintains the focusing point and the exposure parameters (AE Lock), and allows for re-composition of the picture, if so desired by you. To take the picture, simply push down on shutter release all the way.
- 24- Bit colours/16.7 million colours
- Each pixel has 24 bits assigned to it, which produces 16.7 million colours. This setting is best for displaying photographic images.
- 32-Bit colour
- A digital image format that incorporates 256 shades in 8-bits for each of the three-colour channels (RGB) and includes a mask (alpha) channel with a possible 256 levels of opacity.
- 4 Base
- Image resolution of 1536 x 1024 pixels. This image is ready to be used by High Definition Television Systems.
- 4-Bit colour/16 colours
- Each pixel has four colours assigned to it, which produces 16 colours.
- 64 Base
- Image resolution of 6144 x 4096 pixels that is the maximum size image file that is available on a Pro Photo CD.
- 8- Bit colour/256 colours
- Each pixel has eight colours assigned to it, which produces 256 colours.
- A common high end tape format. Current capacities range up to 25 Gigabytes.