What is a VGA camera

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VGA
(Video Graphics Array)640 × 480 pixels (0.3 megapixels) with 16 colorsQQVGA
(quarter QVGA, quarter QVGA)Cell phones, which were actually only built for making calls, and some digital watches occasionally have a resolution of 160 × 120 pixels or 0.02 megapixels. QVGA
(quadruple VGA, quadruple VGA; but also quarter VGA, quarter VGA)There are three possible meanings here. Actually, QVGA should correspond to the image resolution of 1280 × 960 pixels (1.23 megapixels), but current manufacturer specifications include the value 2048 × 1536 pixels under the name QVGA, so that it is actually QXGA.
With the proliferation of cheap digital cameras, camera phones, PDAs and toy video cameras, the importance shifted to Quarter VGA - Quarter VGA (320 × 240 pixels or 0.08 megapixels). WVGA
(wide VGA)854 × 480 pixels (0.41 megapixels)SVGA
(great VGA)800 × 600 pixels (0.48 megapixels) with at least 256 colors that can be displayed at the same time, which can be freely combined from 262144 variantsWSVGA
(wide SVGA)1024 × 600 pixels (0.61 megapixels) - some manufacturers of home cinema projectors occasionally use the designation "WSVGA" instead of the designation "WVGA", which is actually preferable according to this list, for the resolution 854 × 480. WSVGA projectors often have a resolution of 1024 × 576 pixels, which is optimal for TV projection in the PAL plus standard with square pixels, since the PAL standard prescribes 576 image lines, which lead to 1024 pixels per line with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 .XGA or XVGA
(extended VGA)1024 × 768 pixels (0.79 megapixels) - In 2004 the standard for simple notebooks, projectors and 15 "TFT monitorsWXGA
(wide XGA)1280 × 768 pixels (0.98 megapixels) or something else - many providers understand something different under the designation WXGA, usually an image height between 768 and 1023 lines with a width that corresponds to more than four thirds of the height. For example, many notebooks have a WXGA screen resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels (1.02 megapixels)SXGA
(Super XGA)1280 × 1024 pixels (1.31 megapixels) - In 2005 the standard resolution for 17 "and 19" TFT monitorsSXGA +
(more than SXGA)1400 × 1050 pixels (1.47 megapixels)WSXGA
(wide SXGA)1600 × 1024 pixels (1.64 megapixels), more rarely also 1600 × 900 pixels (1.44 megapixels)WSXGA +
(more than WSXGA)1680 × 1050 pixels (1.76 megapixels) - In 2008 the standard resolution for 22 “TFT monitorsUXGA
(ultra XGA)1600 × 1200 pixels (1.92 megapixels)WUXGA
(wide UXGA)1920 × 1200 pixels (2.30 megapixels), occasionally also 1920 × 1080 pixels (2.07 megapixels)QWXGA
(quadruple WXGA)2048 × 1152 pixels (2.36 megapixels) - an example of a QWXGA monitor is the Samsung Syncmaster 2343BWX, which has been commercially available since November 2008.QXGA
(quadruple XGA)2048 × 1536 pixels (3.15 megapixels)WQXGA
(wide QXGA)2560 × 1536 pixels (3.93 megapixels) - this category includes, for example, the Apple Cinema Display released in 2004 with a 30-inch screen diagonal and 2560 × 1600 pixels.QSXGA
(quadruple SXGA)2560 × 2048 pixels (5.24 megapixels)WQSXGA
(wide QSXGA)3200 × 2048 pixels (6.55 megapixels)QUXGA
(quadruple UXGA)3200 × 2400 pixels (7.68 megapixels)WQUXGA
(wide QUXGA)3840 × 2400 pixels (9.22 megapixels)