EKEN H9R Action Camera 4K Wifi Waterproof Sports Camera Full HD 4K 25fps 2.7K 30fps 1080P 60fps 720P 120fps Video Camera 12MP Photo and 170 Wide Angle Lens includes 11 Mountings Kit 2 Batteries Silver₹ 14970
The sensors used in current DSLRs (“Full-frame” which is the same size as 35 mm film (135 film, image format 24×36 mm), APS-C sized, which is approximately 22×15 mm, and Four Thirds System) are typically much larger than the sensors found in other types of digital cameras. Entry-level compact cameras typically use sensors known as 1/2.5″, which is 3% the size of a full frame sensor. There are bridge cameras (also known as premium compact cameras or enthusiast point-and-shoot cameras) that offer sensors larger than 1/2.5″ but most still fall short of the larger sizes widely found on DSLR. Examples include the Sigma DP1, which uses a Foveon X3 sensor; the Leica X1; the Canon PowerShot G1 X, which uses a 1.5″ (18.7×14 mm) sensor that is slightly larger than the Four Thirds standard and is 30% of a full-frame sensor; the Nikon Coolpix A, which uses an APS-C sensor of the same size as those found in the company’s DX-format DSLRs; and two models from Sony, the RX100 with a 1″-type (13.2×8.8 mm) sensor with about half the area of Four Thirds and the full-frame Sony RX1. These premium compacts are often comparable to entry-level DSLRs in price, with the smaller size and weight being a tradeoff for the smaller sensor.
Early DSLRs lacked the ability to show the optical viewfinder’s image on the LCD display – a feature known as live preview. Live preview is useful in situations where the camera’s eye-level viewfinder cannot be used, such as underwater photography where the camera is enclosed in a plastic waterproof case.
Camera in full working order and excellent condition SN -A90511223. Supplied with a great Olympus Zuiko digital 17.5-45mm f3.5-5.6 zoom lens, no fungus or discernible dust. Accessories/extras include: Olympus camera strap, Olympus body cap, front and rear lens caps, Olympus battery and a charger with cable and travel attachment, spare battery, 2gb memory card AV and USB cables, instructions manual, CD ROm’s and original warranty cards – all contained in the original Olympus box (a little tatty).
The use of a lens in the opening of a wall or closed window shutter of a darkened room to project images used as a drawing aid has been traced back to circa 1550. Since the late 17th century, portable camera obscura devices in tents and boxes were used as a drawing aid.
For sale is used condition digital SLR Canon EOS 40D camera body. The camera has got typical signs of usage on the body (Shutter count: 7500 shots only). This product is much more advanced than eos 300D and 350/400D.
The crop factor is relative to the 35mm film format. If a smaller sensor is used, as in most digicams, the field of view is cropped by the sensor to smaller than the 35mm full-frame format’s field of view. This narrowing of the field of view may be described as crop factor, a factor by which a longer focal length lens would be needed to get the same field of view on a 35mm film camera. Full-frame digital SLRs utilize a sensor of the same size as a frame of 35mm film.
The lenses typically used on DSLRs have a wider range of apertures available to them, ranging from as large as f/0.9 to about f/32. Lenses for smaller sensor cameras rarely have true available aperture sizes much larger than f/2.8 or much smaller than f/5.6.
We followed the work of a Seattle-based bicycle builder, documenting the process with the Fujifilm X-E3, and hoping to get a sense of why some people end up forming such personal attachments to their bikes – and their cameras.
Construction is – as you’d expect of a £3500 pro-spec DSLR – pretty much bombproof, with the D850 securely housed inside a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body. Buttons and controls are plentiful, as are customisation options. The back of the camera is fitted with a 3.2-inch, 2.36m-dot tiltable touchscreen, and above this the 100% viewfinder is described by Nikon as the largest the company has ever made.
From the late 1980s competition and technical innovations made 35 mm camera systems more versatile and sophisticated by adding more advanced light metering capabilities such as spot-metering; limited area metering such as used by Canon with the F1 series; matrix metering as used by Nikon, exposure communication with dedicated electronic flash units. The user interface also changed on many cameras, replacing meter needle displays that were galvanometer-based and thereby fragile, with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and then with more comprehensive liquid crystal displays (LCDs) both in the SLR viewfinder and externally on the cameras’ top plate using an LCD screen. Wheels and buttons replaced the shutter dial on the camera and the aperture ring on the lens on many models, although some photographers still prefer shutter dials and aperture rings. Some manufacturers introduced image stabilization on certain lenses to combat camera shake and to allow longer hand-held exposures without using a tripod. This feature is especially useful with long telephoto lenses.
While the main specification of the OM-D E-M10 Mark III doesn’t offer a huge upgrade from the Mark II, Olympus has refined and tweaked one of our favorite mirrorless cameras to make it an even more tempting proposition for new users and enthusiasts alike. Some will criticise the smaller Micro Four Thirds sensor format (roughly half the area of APS-C) but the effect on image quality is minor and it means that the lenses are as compact and lightweight as the camera itself. Sporting a 5-axis image stabilization system, decent electronic viewfinder, an impressive 8.6fps burst shooting speed and 4K video, it’s no toy – the E-M10 Mark III is a properly powerful camera.
The majority of digital SLR cameras have camera lenses and filters that can be changed allowing you to use the best lenses to suit what you’re capturing and the quality of the image. Types of lenses vary but include wide angle, telephoto, and macro to standard.
DSLRs with “crop” sensor size have slightly more depth-of-field than cameras with 35 mm sized sensors for a given angle of view. The amount of added depth of field for a given focal length can be roughly calculated by multiplying the depth of field by the crop factor. Shallower depth of field is often preferred by professionals for portrait work and to isolate a subject from its background.
To compose an image you can either use the fairly small 1.16m-dot EVF or fixed 3-inch/1.04m-dot LCD that provides touchscreen control. Optically, the TZ100 is equipped with a Leica Vario-Elmarit zoom lens that provides the 35mm equivalent of 25-250mm. This provides a fast f/2.8 maximum aperture at 25mm, but does drop off rather quickly thereafter, falling to f/4.1 by 50mm and f/5.9 by around 150mm.
A standard 16-80mm lens is an option for this camera, which is a great way to start, but of course it’s also compatible with Nikon’s huge range of F-mount optics. With a wide array of on-hand controls, this is a camera that you can use in numerous scenarios and come away with wonderful photographs.
Spending time in Japan for CP+ also means that we’ve been able to get out and take some photos on the vibrant streets of Yokohama. With a 20MP 1″ sensor and 24-360mm equiv. zoom, the Panasonic ZS200 / TZ200 was up to the task.
For a long time the premium models sported 1/1.7-inch class sensors, which offered modest advantages over the more common 1/2.3-inch type found in entry-level cameras and premium smartphones. Sony changed that in 2013 with its revolutionary RX100, which brought the 1-inch sensor class into the spotlight.
The lens of a camera captures the light from the subject and brings it to a focus on the sensor. The design and manufacture of the lens is critical to the quality of the photograph being taken. The technological revolution in camera design in the 19th century revolutionized optical glass manufacture and lens design with great benefits for modern lens manufacture in a wide range of optical instruments from reading glasses to microscopes. Pioneers included Zeiss and Leitz.
A new feature via a separate software package introduced from Breeze Systems in 2007, features live view from a distance. The software package is named “DSLR Remote Pro v1.5” and enables support for the Canon EOS 40D and 1D Mark III.
Those videos are recorded with a 28mm wide angle lens that’s convenient for capturing large group settings. There’s a two-channel onboard mic provided by Zoom to capture top-notch professional-level sound, and they’ve even thrown in a proprietary Level Shot technology to determine when the camera is tilting and correct that tilt for you. The sensor leaves a bit to be desired at only about 2.51 MP, but the software and lens relationship has been optimized to go with it, so you probably won’t notice it on your shoots. The memory is expandable via SD card, and the whole thing comes in a .456-pound package, so this thing will be coming with you even in your most on-the-go moments. More »
While it should be noted that Canon’s EF-S lenses will not fit the EOS 6D, buyers who already own or are willing to upgrade to the lenses to match their new camera body will find themselves with a very capable camera, offering full-frame quality at an affordable price.
The lead up to Christmas is as good a time as any to invest in a DSLR. Not only will it let you capture all those fun family moments you’ll be able to treasure for years to come, it gives you a great excuse to get out of the house and capture some stunning scenes on a brisk winter walk.
I have for sale an Olympus OM2n 35mm SLR Film Camera with a Zuiko 50mm f1.8 Lens. Very clean viewfinder image. Prism, eyepiece, focus screen and mirror cleaned. Old degraded foam removed from prism area, this will preserve the prism coating.
After a big dip of sales in 2012, consumer digital camera sales declined again in 2013 by 36 percent. In 2011, compact digital cameras sold 10 million per month. In 2013, sales fell to about 4 million per month. DSLR and MILC sales also declined in 2013 by 10–15% after almost ten years of double digit growth. Worldwide unit sales of digital cameras is continuously declining from 148 million in 2011 to 58 million in 2015 and tends to decrease more in the following years.
Camcorder – A combination of a video camera and a video recorder, a camcorder is great for recording. Whether you want to record Mother Nature at its best or wish to record your child’s first stage performance, just buy a camcorder that will let you record without having to do much. The new models also have the luxury of a camera, as they allow you to take pictures as well.
In 1986, Japanese company Nikon introduced the first digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera, the Nikon SVC. In the mid-to-late 1990s, DSLR cameras became common among consumers. By the mid-2000s, DSLR cameras had largely replaced film cameras.
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Comprising a versatile feature-set for both still photography and video recording, the EOS 77D DSLR from Canon blends advanced imaging capabilities with an intuitive design. Revolving around a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 7 image processor, images can be recorded using a broad native sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600, to suit shooting in a variety of lighting conditions, and a continuous shooting rate of 6 fps benefits working with moving subjects. The sensor’s design also facilitates Dual Pixel CMOS AF, which uses phase-detection autofocus for quick, accurate, and smooth performance to suit both video shooting and stills use in live view. Alternatively, a 45-point all cross-type phase-detect AF system is also featured for shooting stills using the optical pentamirror viewfinder.
There are also models out there with even larger image sensors and shorter zooms or no zoom at all. You can get a small camera with an SLR-sized APS-C image sensor and a fixed focal length lens, and there are even a couple of options ut there with larger full-frame sensors.
The mid-range EOS 77D uses the same 24.2-megapixel sensor found on the cheaper EOS 800D above. The sensor in both is APS-C size. Unlike the 800D, this camera has extra features such as a top-mounted LCD panel to handily show exposure settings and more. There are also more comprehensive controls on the rear of the camera. Both of these are especially useful to more experienced photographers – though the same guided help system is available on both cameras. Price is for camera body only.