What's a digital camera with in-camera color change editor?
I think it is where you can change it to black and white or sepia or vibrant. I had that on my camera. You can change it on the camera before you take the picture.
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the camera has changed in shape in use. the camera is also a video camera and is now used on phone ipods and more . The 'dude' who wrote this ^^^^^^. Spelled camera w…rong.... HAHHAHAHHAHAH. DO NOT use information from him.
Yes because before they only used film cameras and after the digital camera was invented, people could take more pictures. The film camera can only take about 28 pictures.
some sources say adolf Hitler invented it in ww2 but im not sure which scientist really invented it, or if it was really the Germans. hope this helps :) ben.
Well it made it where people could see the picture they took and decide whether they wanted to keep the picture on there or not, so they don't have to waste film or something …like in a regular camera. Also you could choose which pictures you want to print.:)
The Color of Canon SD890 Digital camera is light blue, pale blue.
The quality of the sensor, and the camera's software. The lens is a bit of an issue in some cases. Color can be tweaked so during post-processing, that the product coming from… the camera is almost a moot point unless you are a professional. Generally speaking, if you have a brand-name camera, there may be variations in color balance, but the data will be there to produce good images regardless.
it depends on what camera you are using. sometimes the aperture can be set on the lens.
The digital camera has changed because it has become smaller and it is able to hold more. The digital camera has improved a ton!
Turn on the camera and press the Menu button, then press the right arrow button to move over one column to the Setup menu (looks like two tools). Scroll down to the language s…election.
i know they have them at walmart but i cant think of the type
Most cameras have a built in button for the ISO function. You can click on it and then change the number. If there's isn't a button you should check the different settings me…nus for that option.
Why have I changed? I haven't, I have both still. It depends upon the purpose of the shoot. If it is a quick pic of something I really don't care about the final quality I us…e digital (kijiji ads, insurance documentation, how the motor I am tearing down for rebuild looked through the process). If it something I want to invest time and produce a great image I use film, either 35mm or 120 format. That being said, customers want immediate results! Therefore I know if I am working with a model who only wants a few pics for a web portfolio, I use digital. Whereas, if she is invested in the industry and wants a hard portfolio, I use film. I would hate to do a shoot in digital and later have someone come back to me and ask if they could use it for a billboard. The largest print I have done from a digital camera is 24" x 36", perhaps others have done larger prints but I have not. Digital has many advantages but as far as I have seen it the last 31 years of doing this, it can not replace film.
The prices of digital cameras change because people are becoming more and more "electronically correct", so to speak. They have come up with a lot more ways to make the camera…s more efficient, and it costs money to run the tests, and the cameras become more valuable, which overall, causing the prices of cameras to go up. They may sometimes go down though, since the store is trying to get rid of it, or maybe because they are running a sale. They might simply be no longer as efficient as other newer-made cameras.
This depends on the model of the camera, most professional camera models are only black, some of the cheaper models one can purchase a variety of colors such as Blue, Green, R…ed, Purple, Pink and so on.
In iPhone 5
The iPhone 5c comes in 5 colours, pink, green, white, blue andyellow. You can buy different colour cases. You can also changeyour background on you lock screen and home screen….