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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 work…s.) 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.
I assume you are asking what are the benefits of the digital camera versus the film camera and will answer that way. The digital picture from the camera is instant…ly available to transfer to a computer or a modem or even to transfer wirelessly. The picture can be instantly sent or viewed. The picture can be immediately edited, in some cases while still in the camera. The picture can be immediately deleted if it is not satisfactory. With multi gigibyte storage media, many hundreds or even thousands of pictures can be stored on media the size of a book of matches. The digital camera is usually programmed so that very many options are available, just to name a few; noise reduction, anti shake programs, red eye reduction, face recognition, and in some cameras, smile recognition, which waits for a person to smile before the picture is taken! Most digital cameras offer a choice of taking color or black and white pictures. Since the picture is visible on the liquid crystal screen, usually on the camera back, you can quickly learn what is good and bad about your photographic technique. Using flash often yields unpredictable results, but the results can be quickly viewed and the picture taken again if necessary. On the other hand, a 35 mm film camera is usually limited to 24 or 36 pictures on a roll of film, which must be chemically developed in a darkroom. The picture must then be printed or projected to be seen. To take a thousand pictures with color film using 28 rolls of film at 4 dollars per roll of 36 pictures, costs 112 dollars. The cost of developing and printing 28 rolls of film at about 10 dollars each is 280 dollars. To take 1000 pictures with the digital camera may cost 15 dollars in batteries, or less if rechargable batteries are used. It costs far less to take and print digital pictures after the initial outlay of the cost of the digital camera and printer is considered. Many people consider digital photography a new and exciting art. Many digital cameras have a special "night mode" feature that helps you to click clear pictures even in dim light.
you can use a large memory card and this means you can take as many photos as you like. once you put the photos on the computer you can photoshop them, email them to friend an…d family etc... you do not have to pay when you want to devolp your photos. photos can be put on CD. and so many more benefits... xxtwilightxx
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.
You can view the pictures before paying to have them developed. Private photos stay private. Digital media does not expire. Digital media takes much less room is less suscepti…ble to damage than film.
you can see the picture after you took it. and you can plug it into the computer..so its cheaper.
Benefits: I would say they are more convenient, the photos are more versatile. You can easily upload them to your computer, which gives you the ability to: 1. Burn them onto a… CD or DVD to archive them, vs having a bunch of negatives laying around. 2. E-mail them to friends and family 3. Upload them to internet sites such as kodak.com and shutterfly.com to create things such as calendars, photobooks, mugs, shirts, greeting cards, etc. 4. Easily crop, zoom, and edit photos. 5. You can change color photos to black and whites with the click of a button. 6. You can print them if you want an actual photograph. 7. You only print the photos you want, vs having an entire roll of film developed and printed in order to get the three good photos on the roll. 8. It's cheaper than buying film and paying to get it developed. 9. You can view the photo as soon as it's taken so you know if someone blinked, etc. There is therefore no need to take the same photo ten times to make sure you got a good one. 10. Most of them also take video. 11. You can use any computer and printer. Harmful Effects: Shutter lag is the most commonly cited problem with digital cameras, because of the time it takes for auto focusing and the activation of the picture capture mechanism, often in situations where timing is important like sports events, the time between pressing the shutter button and the actual time the camera records the image can mean the difference between getting or losing the shot. [NOT MINE]
Middle school is a great time to start learning photography. Even if you aren't into photography, it is nice to have pictures from that time in your life that you can look bac…k on when you are older.
The benefits of disposable cameras is the fact that they are cheaper . They are cheap because they are usually designed for 1 or 2 time uses. Also with a regular camera, if yo…u were to drop it and break it, your investment would have been wasted. With a disposable camera, if it were to fall and break, you could buy a new one at a affordable price.
No. Although film cameras are nice when sending a child to camp or on a feild trip, Digital cameras are not only cheaper to develope but there are more places that you can dev…elope them
The benefits of having an hd video camera is that you get really clear videos. Just know how to use it and you just might be able to produce videos that has "movie qualities."…
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It is more simple, you can easily transfer photos or movies on a computer, retouch is more accessible, you can obtain different effects after your choice, no need for film, ph…oto paper, etc.
If a person is a frequent diver or snorkler or spends a lot of time on a boat, owning a waterproof digital camera saves a lot of money in the long run, and enables the person …to take pictures under water.
SLR cameras are bulkier than a point & shoot camera, however there are multiple advantages that make the extra bulk well worth it. SLR cameras allow shooting in RAW mode whic…h gives higher quality images. They are typically faster at tasks such as focusing and there is little to no delay taking the shot when the shutter button is pressed. The SLR is also more versatile as it allows the operator to manually adjust settings to create more artistic and interesting photos.
There are several benefits to using a digital camera over a smartphone camera. For one, digital cameras are dedicated to their task and do not need to fit into t…he tiny body of a smartphone, so they can pack larger sensors (which can take photos are higher resolutions and with better quality). Digital cameras such as 'point-and-shoot' cameras and 'digital SLR' cameras, use zoom lenses which physically transform and bend light to achieve wide or long zooms. Digital SLR cameras in particular allow the photographer to change lenses which have different qualities, such as being able to shoot at a wide angle, long (telephoto) zoom, or a 'prime' (fixed zoom ratio) lense which captures light very well and can display a narrow depth-of-field (or background blur, for artistic effect) better than a variable zoom lense. Smartphone cameras do not have this kind of versatility, they are limited to a method called 'digital zoom' where the image from the smartphone's camera sensor is simply resized and loses some of its quality when zoomed in. I think the last great point is that certain kinds of shots are impossible to pull off with a smartphone camera that can be accomplished by a point and shoot or DSLR. Many smartphone cameras fail at taking night photos without flash but these can be pulled off with a DSLR (or sometimes even a P&S) on a tripod. In addition there are HDR photos which are several photos taken at varying exposures which can be combined to produce a composited and unique photo that looks almost otherworldly. The big draw of smartphone cameras of course is their versatility. It's one device in your pocket that you will be willing to carry with you at all times. And as smartphone cameras become more advanced it becomes harder and harder to tell the difference between a good smartphone camera and a mediocre point and shoot.
The main benefit of a digital waterproof camera is that the camera will take photographs underwater. This type of camera may be useful in the swimming pool or at the beach, fo…r example.