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photosite

(1) One color pixel in a CCD or CMOS sensor. See CCD sensor and CMOS sensor.

(2) (photo site) A website used for uploading and sharing photos with friends and family. See photo sharing site.


A Fujifilm Photosite
In Fujifilm's first-generation Super CCD SR technology, each photosite (pixel) comprises two sensors with different sensitivities. See Super CCD.
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PhotoSite To Go also optimizes the viewing of PhotoSites on any mobile device with a feature called PhotoSite Mobile Viewing.
We asked Homestead to join us at DEMO this year, because its new PhotoSite service revolutionizes the process of sharing digital photos and fulfilling the promise of digital photography," said Chris Shipley, Executive Producer of DEMO 2004.
PhotoSite users will automatically receive a personal email address for their PhotoSite Inbox, such as yourname@photosite.
If a user chooses to list photo albums at My PhotoSite, the Internet Address for My PhotoSite can be emailed to family and friends.
With the Photosite Builder, users can customize My PhotoSite.
amp;uot;With the launch of My PhotoSite and My Albums, PhotoChannel is the first site to offer photo sharing as personal photo web pages posted as albums at a personal photo web site.
com, users can now easily create their own online PhotoSite and Albums using newly added features.
Users can choose to share their PhotoSite and Albums simply by sending family and friends an email of an Album's unique Internet address or by making their Albums available for sharing at their PhotoSite.
Small photosites are less sensitive and more prone to noise and it's pretty obvious from the compact camera market that there comes a tipping point where the theoretical resolution goes up but the all-round picture quality goes down.
The primary difference between MOS-XY chips and the IL and FT CCD chips is the method by which the electron pockets are moved between photosites and measured.
The performance of a CCD is most commonly measured by its output resolution, which in turn is a function of the number of photosites on the CCD's surface.