- Term: CMOS
Description: CMOS is an initialism/acronym for Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor (CMOS), and in photography relates to the type of sensor in a camera denoted as active pixel sensors. It is the most common commercial photography sensor on the current market.
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