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it has a inbuilt memory and a film in it
An Ancient View The first image taken by a modern camera with light-sensitive salts on a glass plate was around 1834 by a… Frenchman named Louis Daguerre. He patented the process and revealed it to the world in 1839. It was called a Daguerreotype. But it was back in the 11th century that the camera obscura was first invented as a light box for artists to do sketches. That was actually where the modern camera that we are so familiar with today got it's shortened name. So if you consider the camera obscura as the real fist camera then the images that it most likely "captured" were landscapes and portraits. A View From an Upstairs Window Long before the first public announcements of photographic processes in 1839, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, a scientifically-minded gentleman living on his country estate near Chalon-sur-Saône, France, began experimenting with photography. Fascinated with the craze for the newly-invented art of lithography which swept over France in 1813, he began his initial experiments by 1816. Unable to draw well, Niépce first placed engravings, made transparent, onto engraving stones or glass plates coated with a light-sensitive varnish of his own composition. These experiments, together with his application of the then-popular optical instrument, the camera obscura, would eventually lead him to the invention of the new medium. In 1824 Niépce met with some degree of success in copying engravings, but it would be two years later before he had success utilizing pewter plates as the support medium for the process. By the summer of that year, 1826, Niépce was ready. In the window of his upper-story workroom at his Saint-Loup-de-Varennes country house, Le Gras, he set up a camera obscura, placed within it a polished pewter plate coated with bitumen of Judea (an asphalt derivative of petroleum), and uncapped the lens. After at least a day-long exposure of eight hours, the plate was removed and the latent image of the view from the window was rendered visible by washing it with a mixture of oil of lavender and white petroleum which dissolved away the parts of the bitumen which had not been hardened by light. The result was the permanent direct positive picture you see here -- a one-of-a-kind photograph on pewter. It renders a view of the outbuildings, courtyard, trees and landscape as seen from that upstairs window. === See Web Links: For more information on this story and actual pictures of the first photograph ever taken
The megapixals in the camera scatter quikly and the photo snaps the picture
If you're asking whether when you push the shutter button the image is saved, the answer is yes. Though it is important to note that if you push the button down half way, it a…uto focuses, and then you need to push it the rest of the way to capture the image. However for the Canon G10, there is a mode to allow you to constantly auto focus, so as soon as you find a picture you want to take, you press the button completely, end of story.
the light passes through the lens, arpeture,ige sensor(that will process the image,it will be stored in the memory card of the camera by the connections in it.
Its a camera that uses film. Like a digital camera has a memory card. a conventional camera uses the film which you then have to get printed before you can see the image.
a memory chip
the camera captured the photograph of her mother when she was young with her two cousins.
you can preview pics on a built in display and download pics to a computer
hello energy or electricity
The CCD (charge coupled device.)
When you push the shutter button it opens the shutter which allows light into the camera. The lens focuses the light as it enters the camera and once the light passes thro…ugh the shutter it is focussed on the sensor (digital camera) or the film plane (film camera). In a digital camera the sensor is sensitive to light and it converts the light signal into a digital file made up of binary information (zeros and ones), this information is then stored onto the memory card in a picture compatible file format such as jpeg or RAW. In a film camera the light hits the film plane. Photographic film is light sensitive, it contains silver halide crystals in an emulsion. When light hits the film it causes a chemical change in the silver halide crystals which records the image onto the film. The film is later processed using chemicals to reveal the image.
yes, the ghost will appear as a fog.
A digital camera has it's own processor, capable of capturing and displaying the images it has taken. Essentially, it already has one built in.
you look in the mirror ;) You don't, really. They are disembodied. However if you take pictures, you might see a mist or a dark spot, and that could be … interpreted as capturing a demon or ghost.
You must first download the Magic Camera application to your computer. Once downloaded, you will double click on the Magic Camera icon to open the application. On the screen y…ou will see a Capture Screen option under the Webcam Icon.