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 **This is a more detailed description of [[/glossary/#Pixel Binning]], including specific examples from Canon cameras.** **This is a more detailed description of [[/glossary/#Pixel Binning]], including specific examples from Canon cameras.**
  
-When the cameras software does not process every single [[/glossary/#photosite]], what happens is that every single Bayer photosite processed by the camera might be obtained by averaging data from a few photosites (smallest units of the imaging sensor). This averaging process happens in the analog domain. When pixel binning is used, the image received/processed by the camera software is already pixel-binned (the image sensor is not read out at its full resolution).+When the cameras software does not process every single [[/glossary/#photosite]], what happens is that every single [[/glossary/#Bayer]] photosite processed by the camera might be obtained by averaging data from a few photosites. This averaging process happens in the [[/glossary/#analogdomain. When pixel binning is used, the image received/processed by the camera software is already pixel-binned (the image sensor is not read out at its full resolution).
  
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