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How does light enter the camera?


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Light enters your camera by moving your desktop lamp on where your camera is focused at.


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The iris of the camera allows more or less light to enter the camera.

The filter sits at the end of the lens. All light cannot enter the camera without first going through the lens. And light cannot enter the lens without going through the filter, so the light goes through the fliter, then through the lens, then into the camera

A camera is just a light-proof box that has a way to allow light to enter in controlled ways. The film, lens, shutter are all just improvements.

Exposure is the amount of light that you allow to enter the camera and hit the image collecting area, such as film or image sensor.

the ISO setting in your camera controls the shutter speed therefore increasing or reducing the amount of light captured by the film/photocell

"f stop" is the "focal ratio" of how much light does your camera allows to enter to the camera's sensor chip. It is like a window, as you close it more to 100% (increase the F in your camera) as it will be harder for the air to get in (the light in this case)

the F numbers usually refer to the aperture of the lens which controls how much light can enter the camera. it also affects the depth of field.

The thing that gathers light through a lens and projects an image on a film is... its really rather simple. Its a camera. How easy was that! So to explain the process, A camera gathers and bends light with a lense, this lense then projects an image onto a light-sensitive film to record a scene. When you take a picture with a camera, a shutter opens to allow light to enter the camera for a specific length of time.

No, camera lens does not reflect light but it does refract light.

A camera refracts light on to the screen.

The iris (technically the diaphragm) lets light from the lens enter the camera. The entire lens can let light fall on the film or sensor. But, much of the time it doesn't do that. An device called an iris makes the hole through which light passes larger and smaller. When all the way open it lets light from the entire lens reach the film or sensor, but it can make the hole smaller and only allow light from a part of the lens enter.

bromine is a chemical element that has reaction with light. we use camera lens to reflect a picture of the scene we want to capture, the reflected picture we put it on the film with absence of any other light the only light we want to place to the film is the reflected light from the scene on front of camera, lenses reduces picture to be like the films size, finally when the reflected light take it's position on the film for a moment, the picture is printed to the film, the camera closes the port which makes the light enter to the film

I'm looking for the same answer,someone reply!.cos' when i look on Google it suggests the similarities but not the differences-.-c'mon people:L.answ2. have a crack at Pinhole Camera in, and similarly with eye.

Any film camera with a light meter, and every digital camera, has a sensor that will do that.

the Sony 200 camera would be a good camera in any light. This camera has four different flash modes so you would be able to adjust the flash for whatever light you in.

The hole in the shutter allowing light into the camera.

The lens is the part of the camera that bends the light and does the focusing.

You can't see infrared light without a special camera.

The lens are the first thing that light touches when entering the camera.

Yes (of course, whatever you use will effectively become a camera, but I digress). Basically, a camera is a light-tight box with a hole in it that allows light to enter the box in such a way that it strikes a film cell and leaves an emulsion or impression of light that, when developed, makes a picture. You can look up "pin hole cameras" on Wikipedia or Google and find out how the process of taking pictures without a proper camera has been going on for a very long time.

This part is called a Lens, on the camera and the glasses the are made of either optical glass or optical plastic, in the eye the lens in an organic material. Lens allow light to enter the camera, eye or glasses, and focuses that light on a surface such as the camera's film, the eye's retina, and the glasses wearer's eyes.

Camera lenses collect light and focus it on an area in the camera that records this image created by the lens. Complex camera lens correct for various kinds of distortion in the light collected.

Exposure is the combination of aperture and shutter speed. Aperture (measured in f-stops) determines the amount of light that will enter your camera. Shutter speed (measured in seconds) determines the amount of time that the shutter will stay open to allow light to enter.

Typically there is a light near the camera lens that indicates that the camera is on.

Thomas Edison invented the light bulb 1876 an the camera 1890

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