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Based in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan, Canon is a multinational corporation specializing in the production of imaging and optical products, including cameras, steppers, computer printers and photocopiers. It also produces medical, broadcast and optical products, including broadcast lenses.
Yes, Canon SD1200 can take 640x480 video
it's about the quality of ur camera ,when ur quality is hight the  film will take a big place ,when your quality is low u will record  more time than the hight quality
Per the instruction manual, page 2, item #7, the Cannon Speedlite 540EZ can be set for seven manual output levels, from full 1/1 to the lowest setting of 1/128th power.
it totally depends on the size of image you set your camera on.  Largest of image size a 7.1 mp camera will be aprox 2-3mb.  3x(4x1024)= your answer.
A 10 mp camera will take jpg files that are around 4 to 5  megabytes. Figuring on 4 megabytes per file, that's 2000/4 or  around 500 photos on the outside range.
After doing some research, a Canon A-1 is about $65.   Note : For CANON A-1 with FD of 35-105 mm.
Yes. SDXC is the next evolution of SDHC just as SDHC is the  evolution of SD. Newer devices can read the older type memory  cards, but it doesn't work in reverse (you can't put an SDXC card  in an SDHC device).
It might be broken or you need to get the lense checked for damage
Cameras will typically prefer to store pictures on a memory card if  one is present inside of the device. However, if a memory card  isn't present, it will attempt to use any available internal  storage. Transferring files from the internal memory to a memory  card will be different and may not...
i recommend Amazon store, or ebay   also you can search some sites at google
Digital cameras are very limited in what they can use. They cant use: a car, a telephone, a computer, eat a banana, run a marathon, teach a math class, apply for a job, tell you how great you are. However digital camera's do use batteries, light, electrical wire, glass, memory cards, buttons, and a...
== Opening Canon Powershot ==   Steps to opening the Canon Powershot:   1. Read the manual, insert battery and memory card. Be sure both the battery and memory card are of a compatible type as found in the manual.   2. Search the Basic Guide to find where the power button is located.   3...
== Features of Canon SD790 ==   Features of the Canon SD790b are: 10 MP CCD, 3.0-inch Pure Color II LCD screen and 3.0x zoom.   === ANSWER 2: ===   sensor : 1/2.3" CCD; Approx.10.0M effective pixels   Image sizes: 3648 x 2736; 2816 x 2112; 2272 x 1704; 1600 x 1200; 640 x 480; etc.  ...
This is a weird action. Normally you transfer from the digital camera into a computer. If you want to move your pictures that you have in your computer, I advise you to move them to a pendriver, and not to the camera. The camera is not a storage device, this is a function for a CD, a diskette, a MP4...
== Canon SD770 ==   In my opinion the newest Canon SD770 elph serie digital camera is really one of the most popular and greatest digital caeras at nowadays.
Do you mean to transfer pictures from a digital camera to a computer ? Just connect the camera through an USB connector. If you haven't the digital camera program already installed, just connect the camera through the USB plug to your computer, and wait for the operating system to detect the new...
Yes people still use film cameras. For the money you get much finer resolution from film -- for the average person who just takes snapshots and usually only has 4x6 prints made, it's a lot easier to have digital. But if you want to do a huge enlargement, then dollar for dollar a film camera will be...
Just about everyone these days accepts PP.
No, but most do today. For one thing or another. Even the least expensive disposable film camera will have a small battery for the built-in flash if it has one. Any cameras with electronics will need some kind of battery. But some cameras, even incredibly good ones, don't need any. They are...
The Canon T70 camera uses Canon FD lenses. These are manual-focus lenses, but have auto exposure when used with the T70.Most FD lenses made by Canon are very high quality. They can almost always be found at modest prices through a well-known internet personal marketplace website.
== Canon Rebel Camera Information ==   You can go to Canon's official site to find information about the Rebel cameras or do a Google search for other sites where information might be available.
== Canon Digital Elph Cameras ==   Some believe they are perfect cameras with 10MP, CCDs and 5x Optical zooms.
One person on another forum said the CL-51 has twice as much ink as  the CL-41. All I could find after much searching was that in some  sellers descriptions (the others had no number of pages listed, not  a different one) the CL-51 was rated to print 330 pages and the  CL-41 was rated to print...
Canon SD890 - $299.99   Canon SD790 - $349.99   Canon SD770 - $299.99
  == Answer ==   Chances are your camera has a memory card in it. Once you find out what type it is you can get a memory card reader and plug it in through the USB port. It will load the card like it would your hard drive. Then you can just copy the files you want to your computer.
  == Answer ==     I bought a 99 LTZ new and just passed 90,000 miles. I've replaced 2 batteries and one set of brakes(at 60,000 mi) and I just put on the 3rd set of tires, counting the factory new tires. I'm an outside salesman, so I stop/start a lot.I had to have the drivers seat re...
Light goes through the lens and hits a mirror that points the image to the viewfinder where you are looking. When you press the shutter down, the mirror flips up, the shutter opens and allows the light to hit the film behind it.IMG:http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/HBASE/geoopt/imggo/slr2.gif
Catalog photography is a type of commercial photography that is published for pubic viewing in a catalog. Digital Photography is a good way to make photography accesible for catalogs. As an instant media form, photographs for catalogs can be made cheaply and modified more effectively for use in a...
Nice try. It's not called a diaphragm or "diaphram" as you spelled it though. Why don't you use wikipedia to look it up.
First they make the emulsion, which contains the silver halides that capture the image. They mix silver halides, gelatin and various dyes and "other chemicals" to produce an emulsion that will capture images in the way the film designer wants it to. If they are making color film, they make three...
You can get ahold of them at 1-705-817-1381. Ask for Casey, he's the go to guy for Canon's marketing.
That's about .25 megapixel. That's extremely low but will produce a decent thumbnail for a profile picture on facebook or a similar site. Attempting to enlarge it will result in it looking like just a lot of square dots.
At the side of you dongel the should be a little flap what opens and says micro sd on hope this helps thank you
Take out the batteries and memory card, then put them back. See if it works. If it doesnt, the best you can do is take it in to a shop. Hope i can help
Most recent cameras are compatible with the Mac. Apple has an old list (dating from 2002) but it has not been updated lately probably because most cameras now work. (See links below)
For printing the Legal Size (8.5'x14') in cannon LBP-1210, follow the instruction: Step 1- Go to start Step 2-printer and faxs Step 3-select printer(Canon LASER SHOT LBP-1210) Step 4-go to file Step 5-select Server properties Step 6-select creat new form (for legal page) Step 7-give form name...
Here's the URL to Canon's own "history museum". Basically it was invented in the 1930s as a knock-off of the Leica camera because the Leica, a German-made camera, was too expensive for the Japanese market.http://www.canon.com/camera-museum/history/canon_story/digest/1933_1936_digest.html
Digital cameras range in size between a few millimeters to several inches.
This varies widely depending on the camera. If you're talking a throw-away camera with a single element lens, an inch or so. If you're talking a large format portrait camera (film plate 4 x 5) the lens can be a foot away or more. Exactly ! SLRs have the lens moved forward to allow the reflex mirror...
It depends on the camera and the size of the memory card.
You have to Push really hard but not too hard you might break it it happens to me all the time it's sooo annoying
you get to focus on other things rather than just the moving subject when on af
One of the lightest digital camera is Casio EXILIM EX-M1 with its weight 86 g, but heaviest body has Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III - 1385 g. With Canon body one you need some lens too, so with heaviest lens Canon EF 400mm f/2.8 L IS USM (5375 g), the total weight could be 6 kg and 760 g. So broadly we...
You are asking someone else to make a business decision for you. Only you can make that decision. Think about all the consequences.
  No, the Canon MD236 is not a High Definition camcorder. Source: http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/17834/canon-md235/
Trying to find out myself. I'm tempted to go either way ...
Yes, you can take stop motion films with a normal camera.
Yes, if you purchase the 'EOS' version of this lens (the one intended for Canon) it will fit just like any other 'EOS' lens would. I have the 500D and it fits fine, but a Google search will show others successfully using the Samyang 8mm fisheye with other Canons e.g. 450D.
Based on the Digital Photography Review ("dpreview.com") website, no. See: http://www.dpreview.com/news/0801/08012403canoneos450d.asp
That question is hard to answer, can't you just google it or read the 'prescription' haha?
Depth affects the quality of a picture in a few ways. Depth can make a picture look bland or it can make it look meaningful or artistic. It can be blurry or completely in focus.
If the name has any term like 35mm or anything of the like, it is a film camera, using 35mm roll film.
The CCD on a flatbed scanner has one row of sensor elements. A normal digital camera's sensor is an X/Y array. (There IS a kind of digital camera sensor called a scanning back that has one row of sensor elements, but they're extremely expensive and the camera they fit on is huge.)
Push Menu and then # to get into the service menu. Then hit arrow  down about nine times until you see Count on the display. Hit Set a  few times and it will give you the total count.
Answer . You will be undervolting the LED by .3V, but otherwise it should work ok. Note the LED will not be quite as bright as it would be with 4V, but 0.3V isn't much to worry about.. Also, make sure the adapter has the current capacity for the LEDs. If the LED draws more current than the...
the digital camera has a card or internal memory and a regular camera has film and no memory once u take the picture the film is gone but the pros to film cameras are the take pictures with a faster shutter time
I personally, like nikon d60 more than 400d
Answer . \nYou may have not allowed the camera time to focus. Press down and wait for the camera to focus before taking the picture. It may have focused on a subject in the foreground, thus causing a subject in the background to be out of focus. Read the owner's manual.
  First of all you must have your camera card in a card reader attached to your computer. Then go to the folder where to photos are and select the ones you want to send and select send to: Select the drive where the card reader is plugged into and SEND.
A digital camera contains what is known as an Image Sensor. An Image Sensor contains very small silicone chips made up of millions of photosensitive diodes, called 'Photosites'. During exposure the 'Photosites' record the intensity or brightness of the light that falls onto the sensor. Each...
If it is a SD or SDHC card, then yes you can as I believe Kodak and Canon use them. The card typically has it's name on the front of it.
I have been trying. And I still haven't figured anything out...
On a Canon, usually a lighting symbol in the battery icon, or the battery icon will have moving bars.
*. P1-DH V . *Take of the top "cover", to allow access to the paper loading area.. *Put the roll of paper on the arm, paper roll facing your chest, so the paper is going away from you, towards the keypad.. *The paper should roll from the top (not under the paper arm). Slide paper down into calcuator...
i need the story of blackbiard the parate
  you have to double it over as many times as necessary
S = Single L = Lens R = Reflex
This is difficult, but you could try installing a piece of software known as FExplorer. This is a free file manager that allows you to browse through the file system of the card. Once you have done this, you will need to launch FExplorer and then go to the c:system folder. The file you need to look...
The digital camera's sensor is equivalent to the light-sensatve emulsion on film.
it dosent look on another website why... i found out because on wikki it said it dont so i dont really no
Your mom had me in bed
No they didn't
I use this LPE8 battery as a spare battery for my EOS 550D camera. After almost a month of use I cannot distinguish between this and Canon OEM battery in terms of battery life, quality, ease of use. No issues of any kind. Buy 2 packs only $32.22 on amazon.
  == Answer ==   Generally, as long as the camera has a standard "hot-shoe," everything should work. The 2500 appears to be for an older camera though (because it only has one contact on the bottom and it uses a synchronization cord) I wouldn't use it (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot...
Could be a few things you can try before having to contact Canon customer support: 1. The good news is your camera has internal memory, say 10 mb, and your camera allows you to choose to store only internally if there's no card inserted. The bad news is that the camera allows you to choose ONLY...
"SLR" means single lens reflex. What that means is that what you see through the eyepiece is directly through the lens - in other words what you see is exactly what you get. The way it works is that light comes in through the lens, 'hits' a mirror that bends the light up to a prism (typically a ...
Although your camera manual should give you a rough idea of how many pictures your camera can hold, and there are plenty of websites to help with this if you're shopping for a particular camera, it really depending on a few things : 1. Are we talking internal memory? If so that is one factor. Some...