What the Difference between digital camera flash and film camera flash?
Mostly trigger voltage is different. Older film flashes used higher voltages, which if used with newer digital cameras can fry the sensitive circuitry in it. A good practice to follow would be to buy flashes made by the manufacturer of your camera, for your camera. Always remember to check the compatibility of your flash with your camera model.
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Also, When you took a picture with the Flash, the Flash wouldn't Work anymore, so my Grandpa made a Camera at his work so that the filment Wouldn't Burn out after you took a picture with Flash on, But didn't get any Credit or Money for it because since he made it at work, His boss got credit for it.… Resouces: My Family and what they have told me About Our Family History and My Grandpa Himself ( Full Answer )
Film camera's use the old film canisters and have to be developed(taken to the store). Digital cameras use memory to store theimages, and can be uploaded to your computer/ipod/etc. Digital camera: Points of light are detected andeach point (called a pixel) is assigned a value representing coloran…d intensity. The collection of pixels is saved to some kind ofelectronic media, flash card, magnetic disk, optical disk or maybesomething entirely different. The resulting file can be read byimaging software and the photo can then be printed. Film camera: Points of light are detected and eachpoint is recorded by a grain of chemical material that is lightsensitive. The chemical material can be processed in a lab andturned into negatives and/or prints or transparencies. Theresulting image can be put in a book, framed and put on your deskor just thrown into an old shoebox. ( Full Answer )
No difference, it is the same thing. A digital camera uses a CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) to receive or "see" the image.
Transformer uses low battery voltage to charge a capacitor, which stores a charge that reaches thousands of volts. When discharged across the terminals of the rare gas filled tube, the energy is converted to light energy whose color temperature is close to daylight (5200 K). NEVER attempt to repair …your own flash. Those who have received the brunt of the discharge have been knocked right off their chair. . The first cameras used gun powder to make a flash. Then in the 1950-1960's, cameras used a flash bulb that had fine magnesium wire that burned very brightly when an electric charge was sent through it. Sometimes the bulb would explode. ( Full Answer )
Old flash bulbs contained a lot of jumbled tungsten, zirconium or aluminum wire housed in an oxygen atmosphere that was rapidly burnt when the shutter was clicked. Early amateur cameras supplied the current by battery. Later, simple point and shoot cameras like the Kodak Instamatic used something ot…her than a battery (probably a piezoelectric device like a barbecue starter, but I'm just guessing). The bulbs were blue coated to balance the light for color film, and some contained a blue dot to indicate the oxygen had not leaked out and been replaced by air. If an air contaminated bulb was used, it usually exploded. Some cave photographers prefer the flash bulb to an electronic strobe, claiming the quantity of light output is superior. However, bulbs are getting harder to find. ( Full Answer )
With older cameras, flashbulbs or flash cubes were used. Then, strobes were developed that used a flash tube. This gave almost limitless flashes. These work by using a battery to charge a capacitor. When the voltage on the capacitor is high enough, it is fed to a xenon (or similar) flash tube, which… then fires, giving a very short duration, high intensity flash. It then takes a small amount of time for the capacitor to recharge, before it is ready for the next flash. Some cameras use a dual flash, which has an LED flash as well as a xenon flash. ( Full Answer )
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.
now Danielle is writing this :) digital cameras might seem better but are they?? They might be easier to use but they are actually harder because you have to focus them while the digital one is easier because they are easier to print and taking. This is why they are better than digital cameras. I… think the above answer confuses film camera with digital camera! The opinion expressed above seems to favour film camera rather than a digital one. Possibly so, but before submission the author of that statement above should have revised what he wrote! ( Full Answer )
\na film camera and digital camera are completely different in many ways. a film camera uses a roll of film that must be developed in order for you to see how your picture came out. most photo development centers take about an hour to develop depending on how many roll of film they have to develop. …a digital camera on the other hand takes a picture and stores it to a memory card. memory cards can vary in storage space (the more storage the high the price of the memory card) so you can take more pictures that a roll of film and you import the photos straight into your computer and can print them out through your own printer in a matter of minutes. also with a digital photo you can adjust, retouch, remove red eyes on your photos at the push of a button. ( Full Answer )
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.
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.. ( Full Answer )
no, the sidekick 08 does not have a flash for the camera......i hope that helped......
No. The forces of the volcano are billions of times greater than that of the strongest flash.
It depends on the camera type. For inexpensive "point & shoot" cameras, the main difference is that a film camera takes the picture immediately when you press the button. On some digital cameras, especially the older ones, there is a delay, sometimes up to a second or more, between pressing the butt…on and the camera taking the picture.. With the more expensive SLR cameras, there is no difference in shutter response time between film and digital cameras. Most digital SLR's can take multiple pictures as rapidly as a film camera with a motor drive. ( Full Answer )
both can have pictures printed, both have a lens, used for similar purposes, both have a flash and the body type.
No, but if you download the app night camera, it takes good light images, even in the dark.
A film camera records a photo onto a strip of film, which then needs to be taken to a photo clinic to be processed. The quality is about 25 megapixels. A digital camera records a photo onto a memory card, which can be reviewed on the camera's screen instantly, and you have the option of deleting o…r saving it. The quality can range from 8-12 megapixels, which is considerably lower than a film camera. ( Full Answer )
That depends on which model camera you have, but there may be a button with a zigzag sign which controls the flash, press it several times to see the options. Otherwise there will be a flash setting in the menu.
Film cameras take the image and print it on to a film strip as digital cameras take the image and virtually mount it to a digital format.
The pupil of the eye opens and contracts depending on the amount of light it is exposed to. With bright light, the pupil contracts to let less light into the eye so the occular nerve can interpret what you are seeing. With lower light, the pupil opens wider to allow extra light in, again for the occ…ular nerve interpret what you are seeing. The reason for sensitivity to camera flashes is a matter of timing. The pupil simply cannot cantract fast enough to prevent the extra light from entering into the eye.. If you notice on many cameras they have "red eye reduction" feature. How this works is by shining a red light or activating a pre-flash, a second or two before the picture flash. This allows the pupil enough time to contract some before the picture flash. I know, even with red eye reduction, the flash is pretty intense. The fact is even on a bright sunny day, if you look directly at a flash there is still some sensitivity due to the brightness of most flashes. ( Full Answer )
An analogue camera uses film but a digital camera does not. . This area, equivalent to the eye's retina, is replaced by a silicon chip known as a Charged Coupled Device( CCD). Light enters via the lens and falls on to many tiny pixel elements etched on to the chip. Light is turned in to a tiny amo…unt of electrical charge and each cell's content is sequentially moved across the chip like a line of buckets handed from one person to another until it reaches the edge of the chip. This 'Bucket Brigade Device' then stores the [pixel elements in the memory card for printing out. ( Full Answer )
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 wo…uld 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. ( Full Answer )
one is newer more advanced giving clearer and more efficient imaging it also has a built in computer which records the photos electronically-digital and the other is older and is heavier bulkier with a big lense which may be hard to adjust.-analogue...
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. ( Full Answer )
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 pic…tures.. 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. ( Full Answer )
Check to see if you have switched off the flash function by accident. If you're on the auto-flash mode, the camera may not flash if it thinks the scene is bright enough and can be captured without flash. If you want the flash to happen, you can try the forced flash function.
As far as I know, the DSI does NOT have a camera flash but it does have 11 fun camera lenses you can play with:-)
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 phot…os 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. ( Full Answer )
The first flash camera was invented in 1925 when controlled magnesium burn was being used for a light source but in 1925 controlled magnesium was replaced with a flash.
You need to expand your question a bit more. Are you asking about the differences between digital vs. film? That question is being answered in other threads. OR.... Are you asking if you can convert a film camera to digital? The answer to that is yes, sometimes. Personally I would not recommend …it, just go buy a digital camera. ( Full Answer )
1. Lenses are required to capture light. 2. Has a series of lenses that focus light to create an image of a scene 3. They are used for similar purposes
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 mo…st printers in order to have a physical copy of the photo. ( Full Answer )
This can be a big problem, especially if you show your horse at bigger shows where there is usually a professional photographer. This may take some time and work to get your horse used to the camera flash. Start him off with a horse friend that is very calm and he trusts. If his friend stays calm… at the flash he will start to get the idea that calm is good for him too. Have someone work the camera flash at a distance of about 10 to 15 ft. You don't want the flash too close to his eyes. You stay close and keep him as calm and as quiet as you can. Repeat the flash. You should start to see a difference in his reaction after several tries. Don't get discouraged if it takes longer that you think it should. Go by his schedule not yours. After you get a few good results, give it a rest for the day. Better to do things more gradually. Remember, this could take even a few months to get the results you desire. But keep at it. You can get your horse used to the flash. ( Full Answer )
it depends what speed the speed limit is at, usually 10 km/h faster, that way not too much but can still fine plenty
Digital Cameras use Cards And Flash memory to store photos Film Cameras use Film Many Film cameras Need No batteries All digital cameras do Digital Cameras Can Take (Sometimes) Better Photos Than Film Cameras analogue computers use shutter digital camera uses image sensor other than film
Video camera is used to record motions and still camera are made to save stagnant images.
Yes, though it can be turned off and on again if you want to capture images without it.
A camera flash provides a brief intense light to allow a picture to be captured when it would otherwise be too dark. They can also be used to provide light from a controlled direction to fill in shadows left by other light or achieve other effects. Early flashes used a chemical reaction to provide …the light, originally in trays of loose powder and later inside single use glass bulbs. Modern flashes typically use a tube of zenon gas. When an electric arc is passed through the tube light is released. LED based flash are used in some mobile phone cameras. Modern flashes are reusable and are often built into cameras. ( Full Answer )
the difference is film camera needs a film to capture a picture and digital camera does not need the film to proceed. but it needs only a memory chip to save the captured pictures on it.
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.
Digital Camera can be used to take photos & videos. whereas still camera is used only for stills.
The main difference between a film and digital camera is the fact that a film camera uses film. A digital camera uses a SD card instead of film.
In any flashgun there is a capacitor which stores a large amount of energy. When the flash is triggered the energy is discharged through the flash tube. I once had a Metz flash and made the mistake of touching the pins inside. Got a nasty shock!
Yes, it does! Better buy one before the dwarfs buy them all! They love flash!
DSLR stands for " digital single lens reflex" and are the modern equivalents of the film based single lens reflex cameras. As the name suggests, they are digital and use an electronic sensor as any other digital camera does. The difference between DSLRs and other digital cameras is in the way the p…hotographer sees images in preparation to take a picture. A single lens reflex camera uses a mirror positioned behind the lens to direct the light onto a viewing screen. The viewfinder delivers an image using the same lens as that used to capture a picture. When the shutter is released, the mirror moves out of the light path, the image is captured and the mirror returns to its normal position. The photographer sees the viewfinder go dark for a fraction of a second. Other digital cameras use a separate optical viewfinder or have a display on the rear of the camera that shows whatever the sensor is viewing. A DSLR tends to be much larger than other types of digital camera but they share many features such as auto-focus, auto--exposure, manual overrides and so on. The SLR is designed to be a robust and flexible camera and generally there will be a wide range of lenses and other accessories that other compact digital cameras do not have. Although many compact digital cameras produce excellent pictures and are of outstanding quality, the DSLR is the camera that lends itself to the professional and serious amateur photographer by providing flexibility and because of the accuracy of the viewfinder compared to those of a compact camera. ( Full Answer )
The flash on a Olympus camera is an external flash unit. It can be used in a auto fashion just like the built in flashes on regular point and shoot camera's.
EOS is technology which is mostly use for camera lens and Digitalcamera is an electronics gadget.
Yes the gfive president has a flash camera. The camera flash on the gfive is rated in it's reviews as neither too strong nor too weak. The camera has a normal flash setting for indoors.
If you mean, what is the difference between a DSLR and a film camera, well the answer is obvious. One uses a light sensitive component to capture light and convert it into an image file and the other uses light sensitive film to hold the image until it is processed in the appropriate chemistry. Two …entirely different technologies to achieve the same result. ( Full Answer )
The flash memory is what holds the photos. A digital camera doesnot use film and has to have some other place to store the photos.Since the picture is digital, then it needs to be stored on somesort of memory.