Is Windows jpg file similar to the digital camera’s jpg file

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A jpg file opened in MS Paint and saved as jpg. Is this saved jpg file similar to the file as it is in the memory of a digital camera. If so then why are these similar? Appreciate your comments regarding this.

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Is Windows jpg file similar to the digital camera’s jpg file

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Well, the jpeg file that you saved in ms paint is obviously the same as the jpeg file in the memory of a digital camera. As long as the files have the same format, they are the same. If you save the image in the ms paint as gif or any other file format, it is obviously not the same as the jpeg file in the camera.

To prove that they are the same, you can create a file in the ms paint and save it as jpeg and then store it in the memory card of your camera. Now, put the memory card back to your camera and scroll at the images. You will be able to view the image that you made in ms paint in your camera.

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Is Windows jpg file similar to the digital camera’s jpg file

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Since, the extension of both the files is .jpg both of them are same but still they have some difference like:

1.     The quality of image present in Camera is must better as compared to the imaged saved by paint

2.     Paint have low resolution quality as it compresses the pixels of a image and make it little bit blur while the image taken by a camera do not compress the pixels

3.     Both of them are same if you compare them simply as a file but if you compare them more deeply they are different in comparison of resolution quality

 

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