CCD (couple-charged device) cameras are a type of image capture device that utilize an image sensor to register visible light as an electronic signal. These types of cameras do not use photochemical film to capture stills or video. Instead, the electronic signal is recorded to either an internal memory or a remotely connected device. Of the three types of digital cameras (the others being CMOS and CID), CCD cameras are the most developed and commonly used.
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