What is the difference between an SLR digital camera and a compact digital with manual exposure control?
Principle difference is "through-the-lens" framing and focus. Naturally you can control depth of field, light levels, focus, etc with both units, but with the SLR you see these changes before you take the picture. Answer There are advantages and disadvantages to both types of camera: The compact will be smaller, lighter and quieter; the SLR has a mirror that flips up when the shutter is released to switch light from the viewfinder to the sensor. This makes a noise, the compact doesn't need the mirror so they can be pretty much silent. On the other hand, apart from the Leica M8, compact digitals do not have interchangeable lenses. Being able to change lenses is a big advantage, you can also see the affects of any filters by looking through the viewfinder. In most cases a digital SLR will have better quality optics, sensor and light metering than a compact digital - although there are exceptions; the M8 would give any DSLR a run for its money for quality - but it does cost £3000 for the body alone! 9-07-2006 The SENSOR ! The sensor is what holds the image you took. On most point and shoot digital cameras, the sensor is a certain size...... On a digital SLR, the sensor is BIGGER. The Sensor is not only larger, but is much more sensitive .
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A camera with manual aperture and shutter speed settings allow for greater creative flexibility in your photography, as you can photograph in various light settings and create aperture and shutter settings typically not set by an automatic camera. Digital camera images also have less latitude and are more likely to lose detail if you donï¿½t have the correct exposure setting. [Latitude is how forgiving the camera is before your exposure shows imperfections, like washed out areas]. (For example, darker areas will ï¿½drop-outï¿½ easier and lighter areas will appear washed-out.) . Manual exposure settings to consider include aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation. [Aperture is the device in the lens that allows more or less light. Shutter speed is a measurement of how long the shutter is open when a picture is taken. Exposure compensation allows you to manually adjust the automatic setting up or down.] (For example, you are taking a photo of someone in front of a light window and the person becomes a silhouette. You ï¿½compensateï¿½ by manually letting in more light, which will reduce the silhouette effect.) . Over-riding the automatic pre-set camera settings is sometimes necessary just to be able get a picture at all . (For example, photographs taken of ballroom dancers at night in a hall lit by flourescant lights with a compact digital camera set to 'Automatic' will always be blurred and have a color cast, but by going to Manual exposure with light-type adjustment and setting the exposure speed higher to avoid blur results in a dark photo that becomes reasonable after lightening it in a noise-reduction program on you computer.). How important manual settings are depends on how 'serious' you are about using, and learning to control your camera. If you just want to point and shoot you don't need extra controls, just the usual automatic settings. If you're interested in photography as a hobby and want to take more control of your pictures, then manual controls are really useful. (I'm not saying you can't take great pictures with auto cameras, just that you will have more options with manual options.)
A digital camera captures images through electronic sensors called"pixels", which each are sensitive to light. Put enough pixelstogether, stand back and it looks like a picture. Electronic imagesare then stored as data on electronic media such as disks or flashmemory; a digital camera refers only to the way the image iscaptured and stored. On the contrary, a non-digital or film camerauses a roll of light-sensitive film contained within the camera tocapture an image. "SLR" stands for "Single Lense Reflex", meaningthat the operator looks OPTICALLY through the same lense as thecamera when taking the picture. Many older cameras had a lens forthe operator to look through and a separate lense for the camera.There was a problem with paralax, focus, lense length and imagecomposition. SLR camras solved those problems by providing a systemof mirrors, which allowed the user to focus and compose his imageproperly. When the operator of a SLR camra pushed the shutterrelease, the mirror moved out of the way and the shutter exposedthe film. SLR cameras also allow the operator to change lensesallowing for long shots with telephoto lenses, wide angle shots,ultra-wide angle shots and even mounting to astronomy qualitytelescopes. The same method is used in some high-end digitalcameras, often called DSLM, or Digital Single Lens Mirrorlesscameras, because of their lack of a mirror.
Answer . Yes .... The Olympus C-8080.. [Spelvin adds] Canon currently has more than 10 models in production that have that feature. All of them have shutter priority as well. Panasonic (with Leica lenses!) has more than 6 models, in the FZ series. Sony currently offers the H5, H7, and H9.. Fuji has the s8000 fd.. Kodak currently has more than 10 models with an aperture priority option. If you choose Kodak, be sure to select a model that has the Schneider-Kreuznach lens.. Additional entries: Samsung NV11 and NV20. (Both have a Schneider-Kreuznach lens.). Fujifilm E900.. --------------------------------------. Answer . Yes, Canon does: - mine is a 'Powershot' A710IS, and Canon makes others as well.Also, as far as I know, they are also the only ones who currently make manual/aperture priority/shutter priority cameras that have VIEWFINDERS as well. Check it out..
All of Them All digital SLR cameras are basically the same. The only difference you'll find will be the ease of use/accessibility of the controls, and other features like the built-in image stabilization of Sony and Olympus. Right now, Nikon and Canon have quite an advantage in the DSLR market due to their extensive lineup of high quality lenses, but if you're just going to buy off-brand lenses anything will do. At this moment generally says that D300 of Nikon is the best digital SLR camera in the world. But the main thing of a SLR depends on its lens . If you wish to capture the macro shot , then it will be better that You should also use a separate macro lens worth Rs. 12000 to 25000. It mainly depends on your capacity. It's difficult to define 'best'. In terms of megapixel resolution, the Canon 5D MKII has the highest resolution among DSLR's at 21 megapixels. But it has well documented issues with auto focus on fast moving subjects. The Nikon D3S has the best auto focusing capabilities but 'only' has 14 megapixel resolution. There is no single 'best' digital camera. Pick the features that are important to you, your budget and your shooting style, then make your decision within the current lineup of the top brands such as Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax etc. You won't be disappointed.
No difference, it is the same thing. A digital camera uses a CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) to receive or "see" the image.
Answer . Here is what i found from Amazon. 1. Canon EOS 40D 10.1MP Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) by Canon Price: $1,299.99 You Save: . 2. Canon Digital Rebel XT 8MP Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 Lens (Black) by Canon Price: $518.04 You Save: $81.95 (14%) 3. Canon Digital Rebel XTi 10.1MP Digital SLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens (Black) by Canon Price: $696.10 You Save: $703.90 (50%) 4. Canon Digital Rebel XTi 10.1MP Digital SLR Camera (Black Body Only) by Canon Price: $604.63 You Save: $595.37 (50%) 5. Nikon D40 6.1MP Digital SLR Camera Kit with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor Lens by Nikon Price: $497.95 You Save: $52.00 (9%)
What is the difference between conventional camera lens and digital lens and can a digital lens be used with a 35mm slr?
The principals are the same. If you use an old lens on a new body or vice versa you will lose the autofocus function. Also many digital cameras have smaller sensors (known as cropped). So a 50mm lens on your SLR will be about a 78mm on your DSLR because the image is being projected onto a smaller space. This may be a benefit if you use long lenses for sport / wildlife but not if you generally use fish eye! You can now buy full frame DSLRs that are equivalent to 35mm so the lens would not alter. Also lenses are constantly evolving with better glass to prevent chromic abberation, etc and with built in image stabilisation, etc.
Compact cameras are "point and shoot". SLRs usually require more manual input. In compact cameras, the lens is fixed to the camera. In SLRs, the lens is separate that you have to put on.
It depends on your camera. For example if you use Nikon Film camera in your work - it's called manual photography - and if you shoot photos with Nikon D60 - it will be digital photography.
if you're going to buy a compact digital camera than i recommend canon a560 or canon a720 . I've been really happy with the Canon Powershot SD1200IS.
If the camera is for professional purposes or you are skilled on single lens reflex cameras, I recommend the Nikon D 200 or similar. I am a professional photographer and I use Nikon D 200, Olympus E-3 and Fuji S-3 Pro. Believe me, Nikon is the best choice.
The difference is in what is used to capture the light. In film SLRs, the film exposed to light needs to be chemically processed. In digital SLRs, the sensor detects light and can produce high-quality images instantly and without buying more film.
No, Unless the SLR camera is Olympus it will not work because Olympus lenses sue 4/3rd lenses and will not fit on any other camera
I'd suggest having a look at Sony's DSLR offerings, they have a whole range especially suited to beginners that ease you into using them after using point-and-shoot cameras.
The simplest answer is that a film camera uses light-sensative film and a chemical process to create a photograph while a digital camera uses electronic circuitry to create a computer file of an image.
My opinion is the digital slr camera because you won't have to pay soo much money buying new film, where as the digital camera, you jut have to upload your pictures from the memory card onto your computer, and you can just reuse it again and again!
In a digital camera, the image enters the camera as light (analog data). It is converted to digital data by the processor, after being recorded by the sensor, which takes the place of the film. Recording the data digitally allows extremely high resolutions with the proper sensor, while still storing the images in a small space via memory cards and other digital storage. Printing of images is done as with any other digital document or, in certain cases, by digitally controlling the light of three different-colored lasers to expose photographic media, either film or photoprinting paper. Conventional cameras project the light onto photographic film, where it is stored in the form of chemical changes in the emulsion of the film (analog storage). The image cannot be removed from the film and stored elsewhere, and the film cannot be re-used. The film is removed from the camera and processed chemically to make the image visible. It is then projected either on a screen or on a piece of paper (with its own emulsion), developed and then used. Resolution depends on the quality of the emulsion and the size of the film and print..
Here is a question alot of people ask when buying cameras. Which should I buy..the "advanced" SLR or a Point and Shoot? Let's first address the "what do I use the camera for" aspect. If your looking for a camera to take family candids, vacations, just hit the button convience or everyday living I would suggest a point and shoot camera. That does not mean techno saviness not required either. All cameras require to a degree some techno learning, but just not as much needed with a point and shoot. Point and shoot cameras are created for convience...the camera to think for you and you hit the button to take the pic. Automatically it will focus, pick your shutter speed, pick your aperature, and if your still using film..will set your ISO film speed. This is done all automatically with a point and shoot, all you have to do is compose the shot and hit the button. Hence the name "Point and Shoot". Now if your looking for control...now it is time to look at SLR cameras..Single Lens Reflex. This involves people looking to further photography from plain ole candids to taking fine art. You need the control for instead of the camera thinking for you..you are thinking for it. Of course you have to remember the cost factor. With an SLR you will be buying camera body, many different types of interchangable lens for the body, filters, remote controller, tripod, hot shoe flash, etc. Yes it can get very costly. But in the end worth it and priceless. Let's go over just some advantages and differences: Point and Shoot Camera Controlled Fixed Lens with limitations on zoom Need a 5 megapixel or better for prints larger than 8 x 10 ISO Film Speed limitations Aperature and Shutter Limitations..small range Viewing thru viewfinder exactly as naked eye sees not as lens sees * Perfect for those quick shots of Grandma in the yard Less techno lingo required Most times all automatic including focus (*which u wont know thru looking thru the viewfinder until shot is developed) Small and lightweight Easy storage and travel Will take most large memory cards Some P/S cameras have add on filters for effects..bit more expensive camera to buy Some P/S cameras have add on lens for zoom and wide angle..also a bit ore expensive camera to buy SLR's Person controlled Interchangle lens for wide variety of shooting (telephoto, wide angle, fisheye, macro etc) Most are 6 megapixel and better..high resolution and high file for printing some as large as 20 x 30 ISO film speeds from 100-1600..larger range for low light and bright light situations Aperature and Shutter with auto settings or manual -Larger ranges Aperature from an F2-F32 on some..greater depth of field view -Shutter from bulb-1/3000 of a sec or higher in some..greater speed captures or slow motion captures Viewing thru the viewfinder as the lens sees the images , your eye sees at that time if in focus or not More techno lingo learning required Lot more gear to carry and store Will take all types of memory card storage..2 gigbyte can provide over 1000 images even high file size Perfect for the budding photographer looking to make more than a hobby All types of Filters for effects are available . Justuffxpress.com offer variety of brand name digital cameras, including SLR and Point & Shot types of cameras.
A manual camera might be a little trickier to use than an automatic camera, but it allows you more control automatic exposure camera, it will keep being attractive for us eternally while a digital camera (or digicam) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex - if it doesnt say digital then its probably a film camera (35mm).
A digital camera is a portable camera that runs on batteries and usually has a slot for a memory card to save pictures and videos to. They generally have better image quality, presently ranging from around 8-12 megapixels on average. This is what you usually see people carrying around for taking pictures.. A webcam is a small camera that connects to a computer [or is built into a laptop] and is generally used for video chats online. They have lower quality than a digital camera.
No, film single lens reflex (SLR) cameras exist, albeit obsolete. Currently all commercial single lens reflex cameras are digital, however, it may be possible to find a retailer or more likely, a private seller in possession of a functional film SLR camera.
Digital illustration is rendered in part or full on a computer using an illustration program. Some artists do a 'basic drawing' on paper, scan it into the computer and flesh it out with the program. Manual illustration is rendered solely with utensils like pencils, pens and brushes. It is a much more permanent form of art requiring lots of skill and patience because with manual illustration there is no 'edit undo' key.. see Adi Granov (comic book artist)
Very carefully, it is extremely sensitive; or give it to a reputable professional repair outfit. Ususally they shake any dust off the sensor, sometimes with ultra sonic waves of acoustic energy.
A Digital SLR (D-SLR) has a removable lens and larger image sensor. That means that regardless of megapixel a D-SLR will take a better picture because the photo does not lose as much picture quality as it would in a Bridge or Point and Shoot camera. A D-SLR is faster and the time between taking photos is shorter. A Bridge camera will offer more zoom but less picture quality. A D-SLR can be upgraded with a different lens however to gain more zoom.
SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex. It means that the lens is removable and interchangeable. It also means that you're getting better picture quality as well as a faster shutter speed. Typically with an SLR there is a larger image sensor inside the camera that doesn't compress the photo as much as a simple point and shoot camera would.
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 the 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.
The essential parts of a digital camera is how many mega pixels it is. The higher pixels there are the better quality the picture will come out.For beautiful 8x10's a 6 mega pixel camera will do.The next important part is the quality of the lens.Make sure it is made of glass for tyhe best quality image.Other than those that's really all that is needed to take stunning pics....
film must be developed (enlarge small frame on film to larger specialized paper copy) this requires chemistry and generally cannot be done at home (unless you have a dark room). Digital cameras can be viewed with a computer without developing the picture and can be printed on normal paper from most printers in order to have a physical copy of the photo.
Exposure is the combination of shutter speed and aperture used to expose the image sensor in a digital camera. When the image sensor receives the right amount of light, your picture comes out correctly exposed. The camera's light meter determines how big to open the aperture (the hole to allow light in) and for how long (the shutter speed). If the image sensor receives less light than it requires, your picture comes out under-exposed. If the image sensor receives more light than it requires, your picture comes out over-exposed.
The price of Canon dslr cameras varies depending on where you are looking and whether you are shopping for a new camera. A lot of different stores and websites, such as Photo 4 Less, offer a variety of cameras for a wide range of prices. How much money you are willing to spend may depend on if you are a professional photographer or an amateur photographer. Photo 4 Less, for example, offers digital cameras and photography equipment for both sets of clients.
Digital compact camera can take photographs and, on many models, short video clips. As it is digital it stores the pictures in its digital memory and does not require film. The pictures can either be viewed and edited on your computer or they can be printed at a retail store that provides a digital print service. The compact design means that it is small and light to carry with you ever ready for a photographic opportunity.
Firstly, a DSLR is a camera itself. And mobiles have their owncameras, but they're not DSLRs. If i have interpreted your questioncorrectly, it is not possible to fit a DSLR inside a moblie.
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.
With most D-SLR cameras, you just put the camera (and lens if it has the option) on Auto Focus (AF), then press the shutter half way down.
Digital SLR referes to "digital single-lens reflex." This terminology is often used when speaking about cameras. Such cameras can allow the photographer to change lenses as he or she sees fit.
They are high resolution, it is easy to focus on something and the picture will come out excellent. It comes with a lens when you are not using it and they are very fast.
Canon is one company that produces the SLR digital camera. Panasonic and Nikon also make this electronic camera. They all are different priced depending on the model.
The difference is their sensor, Digital cameras has large sensors and TTL (through the lens) optical viewfinder while Compact system camera don't have TTL and interchangeable lens except for the modern Compact. There is a quality difference because of the impact of the light that passes through the lens. There is also a difference on the pricing, compact is affordable than Digital; and mostly used by professional photographer. Even though latest compact system camera has a secondary lens that can be zoom in or out, it still remains to have a lower light impact on the images.
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.
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 which 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.
A single lens reflex camera is extremely easy to use; while not as simple as a point and shoot type camera it offers a little more customization without the need to invest in more add-on items to take excellent photographs.
The average cost of a digital slr camera depends on where you buy it, the brand of the camera and what extra features you want. They can cost between $100 and $500.
The best brands for digital SLR cameras are: Epson, Canon, Casio, Axis, JVC, Java, Lenovo, Panasonic, Olympus, Medion, Nikon, Samsung, Sony, and Sanyo.
Techbargains have many cheap digital SLR cameras for sale. One can also find cheap SLR digital cameras available at amazon, best buy, Curry's and ebay.
Vivitar sell a digital SLR camera that is a 35mm model which can be purchased at Urban Outfitters and is touted as a great camera for either beginners or professionals.
Canon SLR Digital Camera can be purchased in various online and high street retailers. Few examples of online retailers include: Amazon, Very, Ebay etc. High street retailers include Jessops.
Currently, there are three major comparison sites for digital SLR cameras on the web. Those sites are Snapsort, What Digital Camera, and DP Review, which is probably the most comprehensive of the three.
The first Sony Digital SLR camera was made with the new X+30 series. This camera integrated new technology that allowed for quick photography like never before.
The price range of an SLR digital can be as low as three hundred dollars, or as expensive as two thousand dollars or more. The average price appears to be about one thousand dollars.