Five Reasons Why Your Phone Camera And Image Quality Depreciate And Deplete
Camera, one of the most important factors people consider while choosing a new phone. most people want a phone with good camera and good image quality, but over the years, I have come to observe that most cameras deteriorate over time. After a long while, the image quality of most camera start reducing and there has been a lot of question asked as to why this is happening.
Though in recent years most smartphone makers have started focusing more on camera for their devices and even with this after a while the camera still start depleting and the image quality start reducing. Most smartphones have these issue too.
well I have been able to find out why this is happening and this is what I discovered
FIVE REASONS WHY YOUR PHONE CAMERA AND IMAGE QUALITY DEPRECIATE AND DEPLETE
- Accumulation Of Dust: accumulation of dust on the camera sensor often result to resolution loss, and to avoid this you have ensured your camera sensor is clean with a soft white cotton material from time to time.
- Worn-out Moving Parts: the Worn-out parts of a camera often leave the sensor out of alignment which then results to focus images loss, blurry and distorted images.
- Improper Maintenance: lack of proper and adequate maintenance on the phone also lead to “burn-out receptors on the sensor” which lead to “blank spots on the image, false-color pixels and resolution loss”
- Dust in The Lens: When there is dust in the Lens, it lead result to blurry and distorted images.
- Over Scratched or Destroyed Lens Coating: this leads to false colors due to ultraviolet and infrared radiation reaching the sensor.
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