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 wrong.... HAHHAHAHHAHAH. DO NOT use information from him.
The camera has changed a lot and one of the changes is that first the colours were black and white but now there every colour(including black and white)! :) :P :D ;)
what do you mean by this question? Camera can be changed at shoplolz. Please specify your question.
The price of digital cameras depends on the quality and size of camera one is purchasing. The cheapest new digital camera sell for around 60 dollars and the most expensive digital cameras sell for around 2000 dollars. The average price of a digital camera is around 400 dollars.
A digital camera will save the picture onto a flash memory card instead of on a photosensitive paper (film) that would need to be developed (which is how a regular camera works.). This is a camera that does not use film, but instead stored the photographs in a digital format in memory on the camera…. These images can then be downloaded to a computer.. To use intead of a real camara.pictures can be uploaded on the computer Answer 2 Firstly, camara is spelt camera. Secondly, a digital camera is a real camera (see above answer), it's just that it uses different technology to record the image. It does not use a film. It uses a sensor which records the image digitally (i.e. as a computer file). This can then be either printed out, using appropriate software or saved on a computer and altered by apprpriate software and/or printed from there. (MORE)
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.
Digital Cameras mainly take photos, but they can have extra features that enable it to do more, like record Video, take photos when a certain amount of movement is detected. Most Digital Cameras use SD or SDHC cards and can differ in performance, like Mega Pixels how sharp a photo is when taken, Zoo…m how close you can get onto an object, Speed how fast Focusing is in Automatic, Settings what you can Adjust in the Camera to change the brightness, White Balance and looks (Color, B&W). (MORE)
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 signal directly from the sensor is analog. It is than converted to digital, and a digital signal is used for processing.. The signal directly from the sensor is analog. It is than converted to digital, and a digital signal is used for processing.
It is a camera that can record photographs and stores themdigitally. Most use small removable cards to record the photos on.
"Depth of an image" as you call it, is usually referred to as "depth of field". This is purely a function of the physical aperture size used at the moment the picture is taken at a given distance, and is not limited to digital cameras. However, if your question is more about the spatial relationship…s between objects in the scene, this is called "perspective" and is controlled by the distance from the object to the observer. Contrary to what some people believe, focal length does not control or distort perspective (although short focal lengths can introduce linear distortion). (MORE)
A digital camera takes photos in a digital format which brings a number of benefits for those wanting to edit images as the image can quickly and easily be transferred onto a computer (normally via USB) and edit with the many free/paid image editing software that are available. Backing up a digital …image is also much easier. (MORE)
A digital camera has a surface that it made up of many tinyelectronic devices that produce signals when light coming inthrough the lens falls on them. These signals are recorded insidethe camera. A 35mm film camera uses film as that surface. Film changeschemically when touched by light. This film i…s later removed fromthe camera and put in a chemical solution that makes it possible tosee the image. (MORE)
Until about ten years ago cameras used film -- clear plastic with a coating that is sensitive to light. The camera exposed light from the scene onto the film which was later removed from the camera and put in chemicals to cause the images to appear. This chemical process is called developing the fil…m. Some professional photographers, serious amateurs, and people who have not yet bought a digital camera still use film cameras. I assume these film cameras are what you are calling 'normal.' Digital cameras create images by light from the scene onto electronic sensors which convert the light falling on them to signals that can be recorded in digital files the way computer data is recorded. These files can then be transferred to computers to be printed. (MORE)
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, the…re may be variations in color balance, but the data will be there to produce good images regardless. (MORE)
I just got my Fe-20 today. To change the resolution press "ok". Then move down until you see 8M, 5M, 3M, 2M, etc. Just right/left scroll to select which you want.
Film cameras need the actual literal film while digital cameras need the memory. So basically you can take a lot more pictures with a digital camera compared to one roll of film camera. - - - - - You don't NEED to send digital camera photos to a lab to be processed, unless you want prints and the…n you really should--they make inkjet printers for photos but it's actually cheaper to send them off plus they'll look better if you do. Film has to be developed. You can use film one time. Digital memory cards can be erased and reused, which is not necessarily a good thing--I know I've thrown away files I wish I hadn't. Film can be enlarged much more than digital. (MORE)
A digital camera is a camera that stores the pictures and video ittakes in electronic format instead of to film. Digital camera advantages . LCD screen . Storage . Picture development . Size
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!
Digital camera is better. Canon EOS 5D Mark II If you're looking for an excellent, full-frame DSLR, the 5D Mk2 is very, very good. It's at least 1 full F-stop more sensitive to light than my Canon 1DS Mk2. A setting of ASA 800 or 1000 yields about the same noise level as my older camera at ASA 4…00. It's autofocus system is very fast and accurate on single shot mode. -Much better image quality than 1Ds Mkii and iii. (MORE)
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 selection.
ok when you mean camera you mean the media 35 mm SLR. digital cameras have comperable picture quality to slr cameras 10 mpix is just as good if not better than 35 mm. some people feel that digital photography is inpersonal that you can take 400 pictures in one day when in the world of 35 mm you we…re only limited to 31 snap shots in some cases. (MORE)
you can preview pics on a built in display and download pics to a computer
A camera phone normally does not have as good of a lens as a digital camera and most do not have flash. They also have less resolution (lower megapixels) than a real digital camera. Their pictures are OK, but not great.
Yes, however these come in the form of a digital file such as .JPG or .TIF, which can then be printed to be simply called a picture.
It is an amazing camera by Nikon d90, expecially for amateur and enthusiast level photographers. The feature list is fantastic, plus the fact that it has the sensor of similar quality as the professional grade D300 model The AF-S NIKKOR 18-105mm 3.5-5.6G VR ED wide-angle zoom lens included with th…e D90 kit is a good lens. (MORE)
Start by powering on the camera and ensuring you have enough light around. Next, adjust the image mode to different modes such as Portrait, Landscape, Closeup or Sports depending on what you need. Now, adjust the aperture to decide the amount of light to reach. The aperture settings are marked by th…e letter F and a series of numbers. The smaller the 'F' can be the wider the aperture is. The larger the "F" number is the more focus you will have. Finally, check the shutter speed. In most cases, the shutter speed can change when the aperture is adjusted. Faster speeds give more precise and sharper action shots. Finally, its time to capture the photo. (MORE)
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 …can say, that digital camera is 0-7 kilograms. (MORE)
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
Getting to see the picture instantly, (or almost, a minute) is much more rapid than having to develop your own or send it off or drive to the processor. 35mm and 126? Bye bye!
You can set the Long Shutter speed. In Manual mode, select Â±0 then Disp. You can scroll between 1" and 15". I think 1"3 means 1.3 seconds.
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 menus 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 use 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. (MORE)
Film and Digital Cameras are very different but share the samebasics, the difference between Digital and Film is that with Filmyou can expect better quality photos then Digital cameras, Filmcameras can be expected to last longer then Digital Cameras, andsince Film Cameras haven't changed since the 1…960's you dont needto upgrade every year on a new $500-$2000 DSLR and when the lensesyou already have dont work on your new $2000 DSLR? well you couldspend another $2000 to $3000 on new lenses and accessories, or youcould stick with your Film Camera for the next 30 to 40 yearsbefore needing a new Film Camera, also Film works much betterbecause if you own multiple Film Cameras, you dont need to learnhow to use it since they all share the same design basics, but ifyou dont like to wait for film to process (taking it to a Photo Labonly takes an hour) then Digital might be your choice but face theproblem of spending thousands on new Camera Bodys every year, alsoDigital Cameras arnt as well made as Film Cameras Film Pro's: better Quality of photos, Better build quality of the Body,Longer life, wider choice of effects, its own unique Photographlooks, easier to use if using more then one Cons: longer time to process the film (inless its InstantPrint(Polaroid)) Digital Pro's: faster time processing photos, able to view photosinstantly, camera-to-computer processing Cons: more expensive due to need to upgrade to newer DSLR's,requires power to function, harder to set up the Camera (WhiteBalance, Color effects, etc), harder when switching from one DSLRto another of a different brand Discover more at: Camera Store Adelaide, SA Phone: 1800 155 067 (MORE)
Optical zoom is the ability of the camera lens to zoom in before capturing the picture Digital zoom is the ability of the camera to zoom in after capturing the actual picture. See the related link below for more information.
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 cameras more efficient, and it costs money to run the tests, and the cameras become more valuable, which overall, causing the price…s 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. (MORE)
I don't particularly care for Vivitar. Nikon and Cannon are the best. However, if you can't afford those, go with a Kodak
Basically both take pictures nonetheless. Both can be point and shoot. The difference is the memory and the technology. traditional cameras run on film while digital cameras on memory sticks or cards.
because the deeper you go in the ocean the darker it gets, therefore the color gets lost and all you can see is blue and black when you get deeper
The difference is the lens, auto-focus, color and sharpness / detail of the picture, but this only depends on the two cameras that you are comparing.
No. You cannot economically convert a film camera to a digitalcamera. The digital system is very different and fitting it to an existingfilm camera is more expensive than buying a new digital camera. Some of the more expensive professional cameras can change betweenfilm and digital backs replacing …the film transport with digitaltechnology. The replacement backing includes all the electronicsand controls typical of a digital camera of that caliber. (MORE)
With the deals that are out there today, I would have to say around 80 bucks. You don't want to get anything lower than that because the quality will be horrible.
The closest part to a digital camera that does that is the bird. Most commonly seen in the Flinstones, this bird converts bianary code and family portraits and carves the m into a rock. When done he ships it off to be converted by magical unicorns to be made into a pictue. Tada!
digital is , in digital camera , something that stores the picture or video it takes in electronic format instead of to film.
A digital SLR is convenient in the sense that it can fit in ones pocket and be taken any where. It is also relatively inexpensive. SLR's are for professional photo shooters.
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, Red, Purple, Pink and so on.
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.
Experiments into colour photography began in the 1840s, not longafter photography itself was first developed, but was limited inthe range of it's success. The quality and range of colour wasseverely limited to the three primary colours, as in the chemicallycomplex Hillotype process invented by the A…merican DaguerrotypistLevi Hill in 1850. Other experiments, such as those undertaken byEdmund Bequerrel and James Clerk Maxwell, achieved better resultsbut still could find no way of preventing the colours from fadingwhen exposed to light for prolonged periods of time. However, somecolour photographs using this process dating from the 1870sonwards, have survived remarkably well. . It was the French physicist Gabriel Lippmann who finallyperfected the technique of permanent colour photography in the1890s, after commencing research into separating the colours of thesolar spectrum via the 'interference method' in 1886. In 1891 heannounced to the French Academy of Sciences that he had achieved apermanent method of successful colour photography, and thefollowing year exhibited his first results, which included photosof a stained glass window, a group of flags, a bowl of orangestopped by a poppy, and a multi-coloured parrot. His presentation oftwo papers on the subject led to him being awarded the Nobel Prizefor Physics in 1908, but for several years before this, colourphotography had been in use using the photographic plates that hisresearch had helped to develop. (MORE)