Color Fidelity  (Color accuracy or color balance) Glossary Term
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Color Fidelity (Color accuracy or color balance)
The accuracy with which a digital camera reproduces colors of the photographed subject in the digital image. Tones can be corrected with imaging software later, however, color purity cannot be corrected and must be controlled by the camera. Cameras that provide RGB color filtering will most often produce better color images with higher resolution and well-balanced color reproduction.

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