We constantly hear that the size of sensor that a camera has ultimately determines how much light it got to create an image. That is to say image sensors consist of millions of light-sensitive spots called pixel which are used to record information about what is seen through the lens. This would typically be reflected in the quality of the images, a bigger sensor can gain more information and produce a better images than a small one. And also show how important the camera image sensor size is.
iMG SD1600B is a 16.7 megapixel camera with APS-C sensor. A higher quality images can be produced with a larger sensor format which made SD1600B stands out easily among a number of cameras.
The SD1600B is mainly used in fluorescent conditions and dark conditions.