Cameras: Camera, Still camera, Rangefinder camera, Speed Graphic, Digital versus film photography, History of the camera, FireWire camera

 
9781156416358: Cameras: Camera, Still camera, Rangefinder camera, Speed Graphic, Digital versus film photography, History of the camera, FireWire camera
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 97. Chapters: Camera, Still camera, Rangefinder camera, Speed Graphic, Digital versus film photography, History of the camera, FireWire camera, Professional video camera, Document camera, Kiev, Konica Hexar, Phase One, Mamiya, Fernseh, Robot, Pinhole camera model, Wide dynamic range, Silvestri camera, Grass Valley, Remote camera, Broadcast Television Systems Inc., Sinar, APS-C, Land Camera, Hidden camera, Graflex, Zorki, Alpa, Range imaging, Bigshot, Reisekamera, Depth-of-field adapter, Pellicle mirror, Ubisoft Motion Tracking Camera, Rolling shutter, Omnidirectional camera, Susse Frères Daguerreotype camera, Norelco, Super 8 film cameras, Lomo LC-A, Meopta, Argus, Process camera, Elphel, Carl Braun Camera-Werk, RaceCam, Tenax II, Fotron, Boston Camera, Smena, Micro Precision Products, Flexaret, Horizon, Lens Controller, ARAX camera, Ebony cameras, Thornton-Pickard, Leme panoramic camera, Norita, Onboard camera, K. G. Corfield Ltd, Robot II, Hulcherama, Bessamatic, Toy camera, Microfilmer, Widelux, Edixa, Shutter button, Fujica, Camera trap, Leidolf, Photoblaster, Crittercam, Still video camera, Image trigger, Astrocam, Cambo camera, Chaika, Waterproof digital camera, Cine-Kodak, Ducati Sogno, Newman & Guardia, Ansco Panda, Reflex finder, Pentax pc35af, MUSTANG, AgCam, FSU Camera, Horizont, Univex Mercury, Banquet camera, 500cm, MX-2900ZOOM, Camera stabilizer, Ferrania 3M 1014, CyberPix, Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim, Noblex, Party Shot. Excerpt: A camera is a device that records and stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura. Cameras may work with the light of the visible spectrum or with other portions of the elect...

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