Item is inVERY GOOD condition. Very Good : Used in 80-89% of original condition. Slight to moderate wear, may exhibit slight dings and brassing. Optics may have some dust/flaws that will not affect image quality.
An example of a behind-the-lens leaf shutter is found in the 35 mm SLRs produced by Kodak, with their Retina Reflex camera line; Topcon, with their Auto 100; and Kowa with their SE-R and SET-R reflexes.
Because leaf shutters synchronized electronic flash at all shutter speeds especially at fast shutter speeds of 1⁄500 of a second or faster, cameras using leaf shutters were more desirable to studio photographers who used sophisticated studio electronic flash systems.
Sensitivity: In the pre-digital days, all film used to come with a sensitivity rating. This indicated how sensitive to light it was: the higher the number, the more sensitive it was. In digital photography, sensitivity is controlled by the sensor and expressed as an ISO number. Again, the higher this is, the more sensitive the sensor will be to light. The main thing to bear in mind is that while higher ISO settings enable you to shoot in dimmer conditions, or at a higher shutter speed, they also increase the degree of noise that appears in your images.
This Camera is in Excellent cosmetic condition. camera has been recently serviced so everything works as it should. Flash sync working, film back frame counter working. very clean, one minor speck on top side (will not affect performance).
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For pro sports, you’ll see bigger cameras on the sidelines. They don’t pack as much resolution as SLRs used to cover weddings and events, but they fire off images at much higher burst rates—usually about 10fps with continuous tracking and exposure. Sony has an intriguing alternative out there in the mirrorless space, the a9. Lighter and less expensive than competing SLRs, it locks and fires at an incredible 20fps and records video in 4K.
Image sensors used in DSLRs come in a range of sizes. The very largest are the ones used in “medium format” cameras, typically via a “digital back” which can be used as an alternative to a film back. Because of the manufacturing costs of these large sensors the price of these cameras is typically over $6,500 as of May 2014.
Moving up to the $200 to $400 price nets more modern CMOS image sensors and very long zoom lenses—30x is the standard at this point. For the most part video is still 1080p, and you’ll also see some cameras with small electronic viewfinders, Raw shooting capability, and very quick autofocus. Pure image quality is better than a smartphone, with the real advantage being the zoom lens. There are also several models that are waterproof available in this price range.
The Olympus Tough TG-5 is the standout model in the tough compact camera segment of the market and was the winner of our waterproof compact group test. Unlike many tough compacts that only shoot in the JPEG format, the TG-5’s unique selling point is its ability to shoot in RAW format, giving users unprecedented control when it comes to editing images at the post-processing stage.
Twin-lens reflex cameras used a pair of nearly identical lenses, one to form the image and one as a viewfinder. The lenses were arranged with the viewing lens above the taking lens. The viewing lens projects an image onto a viewing screen which can be seen from above. Some manufacturers such as Mamiya also provided a reflex head to attach to the viewing screen to allow the camera to be held to the eye when in use. The advantage of a TLR was that it could be easily focussed using the viewing screen and that under most circumstances the view seen in the viewing screen was identical to that recorded on film. At close distances however, parallax errors were encountered and some cameras also included an indicator to show what part of the composition would be excluded.
Thetec 1080P action camera ensures that every adventure you record is preserved forever in full HD video.Waterproof up to 30 metres, you can dive in and capture every experience across land and sea as well as snapping high quality photos of up to 12 megapixels.
Sony has found a great deal of success with its RX series in recent years, blending advanced technology with high-end bodies to create a premium alternative to compact cameras. The RX10 was easily the best specified fixed lens bridge camera to be found at its release, featuring a high-quality specification to go along with its premium market position, and still holds up very well against its competition at similar price-points.
Hasselblad tool camera key with case for cocking the lens or camera. 80mm Planar 2.8 lens with quick collapsible focusing arm with front & rear cap. Hasselblad 500CM in good working order – complete with.
While the crop factor of APS-C cameras effectively narrows the angle of view of long-focus (telephoto) lenses, making it easier to take close-up images of distant objects, wide-angle lenses suffer a reduction in their angle of view by the same factor.
Pentax have made some excellent cameras in the mid-point APS-C segment of the DSLR market over the years and the Pentax K-70 is no exception. It offers an awful lot of camera for your money and throws in lots of desirable features from in-body image stabilisation that works with every lens you can mount, through twin control dials and extensive customisation options, to the large, bright pentaprism viewfinder with 100% coverage.
For Auction we have a retro Canon EOS 3000N camera. All original paperwork and packaging. Great for a collector of retro cameras or photography enthusiasts. Any questions feel free to message and I will do my best to assist. Low starting bid as I’m not too sure the value of the item. Always aim to post the very next working day of payment clearing. Also post via recorded delivery to ensure a safe and secure delivery. Please feel free to check out my other listings.
In June 2012, Canon announced the first DSLR to feature a touchscreen, the EOS 650D/Rebel T4i/Kiss X6i. Although this feature had been widely used on both compact cameras and mirrorless models, it had not made an appearance in a DSLR until the 650D.
Replaced by the D3400 last year, the D3300 and D3400 share a very similar set of features (and design for that matter). The biggest difference between the two though is the D3300’s lack of connectivity – if you want to transfer your images to your smartphone or tablet, you’ll need to invest in Nikon’s cheap plug-in Wi-Fi adapter that plugs into one of the ports on the D3300. With stocks running down as the D3400 takes hold, the D3300 is becoming less easy to come by, but if you do track one down at a good price, then you’ll get yourself a great beginner DSLR.