Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/06/09

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Subject: [Leica] OT, but what the heck!
From: richard-lists at (Richard F. Man)
Date: Wed Jun 9 19:08:37 2004
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The short answer is NO. The long answer is STILL NO.

Unless you have one of the newer ones that can benefit from a "Write 
Acceleration" cards, but usually a "small" digicam does not support that 

BTW, IO bandwidth is and will be a major limiting factor of how much 
resolution (i.e. Megapixels) a consumer/prosumer/pro digital camera has. 
Sure cache will come down in price blah blah blah, but it is still not a 
non-existent issue that some of these (30 MPs in your cellphones in 2007!) 
zealots will have you believe.

At 06:46 PM 6/9/2004, Slobodan Dimitrov wrote:

>I know computers can made to work faster by 'overclocking'. Just don't ask
>me how, as I can only follow the instruction, and just barely at that.
>My question is, can a small digital camera, with 6-8 megs, be overclocked to
>capture faster?
>Just a thought.
>S. Dimitrov

// richard (This email is for mailing lists. To reach me directly, please 

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