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.
In short, yes. More specifically, as long your zoom lens is an "EF" mount lens, it will work with all Canon Digital-SLR models from the EOS line. You can determine if a lens is an EF mount from the full… Full Answer
A telephoto lens is a camera lens that is typically used for taking photographs of subjects that are a distance away such as a landscape. They are also used for subjects that the photographer can not get close to such… Full Answer
It depends on the camera. If it has detachable lenses, there should be a variety of zoom lenses available. Vivitar and Sigma are good manufacturers, and of course your camera manufacturer's offerings are the best choices of all.
The 12x on a zoom camera means the digital cropping of an image which is enlarged in size. This creates the illusion of a zoom effect. So basically the lens can crop forward to get a closer look of something… Full Answer
The Canon G5 is a digital camera with five megapixels, and optical zoom. It has a rechargeable battery and a zoom lens with autofocus. The Canon G5 is a high rated camera with many more special features.
Yes, SLR's (Single Lens Reflex) cameras have the ability to change lenses from the body to adapt to different photo situations. The benefit is that all functions relating to the photo are functions of the lens. You control the aperture… Full Answer
It is exactly what it sounds like. You zoom in on your subject by using the lens (normally it is attached to the camera itself and can be taken off). You control how far, how much, and where. Usually, optical… Full Answer
Optical zoom is where your camera's lens is actually moving to zoom in, digital zoom is where the digital part of the camera tries to get closer to zoom, digital zoom is basically pointless because when you use it you… Full Answer
Dome= summit, cupola, pinnacle, cope, A fixed dome network camera is a fixed camera in a dome design. It may come with a fixed, varifocal or motorized zoom lens, and the lens may be exchangeable on some cameras.
Optical zoom cameras are used to take a shot in which a far-away object appears both prominently and clearly. Essentially you need a decent zoom lens to obtain this ability, and a good camera with a widely-adjustable lens offers this… Full Answer
A "zoom" lens just means that the lens can change its length (e.g. 18-55, or 80-200mm). A telephoto lens is one that make objects look significantly "closer" than they really are (usually defined as anything above 100mm, but this can… Full Answer
Yes. Most digital cameras come installed with a zoom lens. Basic cameras, such as those for beginning photographers, generally do not have interchangeable lenses. A digital camera with an interchangeable lens will cost more.
A convex lens bows outward like the outside of a bowl. A concave lens bows inward like the inside of a bowl. If your camera has a telephoto zoom lens it would have both types maybe 3, 4 or more… Full Answer
Zoom. It's the amount of times it can make something bigger like 2x or 5x, the higher the number the more it can zoom in. There are 2 types of Zoom: Optical and Digital. Optical Zoom is more important, and… Full Answer
A camera is a device that you use to take photo with, you can also record videos now. There are many different types of cameras, including various combinations of the following options: (1) Still cameras and motion (video) cameras (2)… Full Answer
(Miscellaneous Technologies / Photography) a compound camera lens in which the focal length is greater than that of a simple lens of the same dimensions and thus produces a magnified image of a distant object See also zoom lens
A zoom lens is a feature included on many digital camers. On traditional, manual cameras, the zoom lens was attached to the primary lens or used in place of the primary lens. Most digital camers have some type of zoom… Full Answer
Depending on your camera, lenses are available or not available. Nikon, Canon, Olympus etc., all have very good zoom lenses for their cameras. You will also find good lenses from Tamron, Sigma, and Tokina, that would suite your requirement. However… Full Answer
Zoom back means the camera remains in place while the lens focal length is adjusted to be shorter. If the camera is trolleyed back, the camera itself is moved back on a trolley or dolly. Depending on the amount of… Full Answer
The focus is adjusted on the lens, not on the camera body itself. For a lens which has autofocus (almost all modern lenses) there will be a small slider switch on the lens, close to the body of the camera… Full Answer
Point-and-shoot digital cameras come with a fixed lens, that often has both an optical zoom and a digital zoom. The fujifilm FinePix S3200 has a 24x optical zoom and 6.2x digital zoom. DSLR cameras such as Canon cameras with an… Full Answer