This is an Olympus Camedia E-20p digital camera. Complete with lens cap, petal lens hood, USB lead, phono lead, CF memory card, remote control, neck strap, and carry case. (Takes standard “AA” batteries).
Since it is much easier to manufacture a high-quality linear CCD array with only thousands of pixels than a CCD matrix with millions, very high resolution linear CCD camera backs were available much earlier than their CCD matrix counterparts. For example, you could buy an (albeit expensive) camera with over 7,000 pixel horizontal resolution in the mid-1990s. However, as of 2004, it is still difficult to buy a comparable CCD matrix camera of the same resolution. Rotating line cameras, with about 10,000 color pixels in its sensor line, are able, as of 2005, to capture about 120,000 lines during one full 360 degree rotation, thereby creating a single digital image of 1,200 Megapixels.
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Despite its relatively humble positioning, the 200D comes equipped with a good set of features for the price, not least Canon’s Dual-Pixel AF technology that employs on-sensor phase-detection pixels for impressively speedy autofocus performance in Live View mode.
While Pentax currently offers around a dozen full-frame lenses, the list is growing. Pentax K-mount lenses designed for APS-C DSLRs can also be mounted on it, although this does incur a drop in resolution to 15.4 megapixels. On the flipside, burst shooting rises from 4.4fps in full-frame mode to 6.5fps in APS-C crop mode. Shake Reduction technology also provides up to five stops of shutter speed correction.
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The Leaf shutter or more precisely the in-lens shutter is a shutter contained within the lens structure, often close to the diaphragm consisting of a number of metal leaves which are maintained under spring tension and which are opened and then closed when the shutter is released. The exposure time is determined by the interval between opening and closing. In this shutter design, the whole film frame is exposed at one time. This makes flash synchronisation much simpler as the flash only needs to fire once the shutter is fully open. Disadvantages of such shutters are their inability to reliably produce very fast shutter speeds ( faster than 1/500th second or so) and the additional cost and weight of having to include a shutter mechanism for every lens.
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Beyond full-frame you move into the territory of medium format photography. In the film days, medium format referred to anything larger than 35mm and smaller than 4-by-5-inch. That’s a pretty big gamut. With digital you get the 33 by 44mm sensor size used by most of the mirrorless cameras that sell for less than $10,000—including Pentax’s SLR bodies, and mirroless options from Fujifilm and Hasselblad.
Sales of traditional digital cameras have declined due to the increasing use of smartphones for casual photography, which also enable easier manipulation and sharing of photos through the use of apps and web-based services. “Bridge cameras”, in contrast, have held their ground with functionality that most smartphone cameras lack, such as optical zoom and other advanced features. DSLRs have also lost ground to Mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera (MILC)s offering the same sensor size in a smaller camera. A few expensive ones use a full-frame sensor as DSLR professional cameras.
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.
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The G9 sits beside Panasonic’s premium GH5 and GH5S models in the Lumix G lineup. Whereas the GH series has always set about appealing to videographers, the G9 is out to fulfil the demands of serious stills-focused photographers. It does this with an impressive specification, however it’s the blistering speeds that it’s capable of that really sets it apart from many other mirrorless cameras.
Don’t confuse this for any sort of admission this is a toy camera, though. It has an excellent 16-megapixel Micro Four-Thirds sensor and can use the same lenses as Panasonic’s top-end compact system cameras. Consider the Panasonic GX800 seriously if you don’t want to use full manual control all the time.
Digital cameras have been popular since the 1990s. As well as producing high quality photographs, they are versatile devices that allow you to take still photographs or moving footage with sound. Your shots can be previewed stored on a computer, CD or DVD or flash drive.
An instant-print camera, is a digital camera with a built-in printer. This confers a similar functionality as an instant camera which uses instant film to quickly generate a physical photograph. Such non-digital cameras were popularized by Polaroid in 1972.
Well, maybe we should stop there… But maybe we won’t. Amateur compacts? Manual or automatic? Auto exposure or autofocus? Serious compacts? Oh yes… Professional compacts? Double yes! SLRS or rangefinders?
Most DSLR cameras are sold without a lens, so you can pick which one to buy separately to suit you, or use compatible lenses you already have. Note that Canon lenses only fit Canon cameras, Nikon lenses only go with Nikon cameras, and so on.
The RX10 IV’s 20.1-megapixel Exmor RS sensor uses a stacked architecture, with on-chip memory and image processing enabling high readout speeds. This allows a silent high-speed electronic shutter that practically eliminates subject distortion from rolling shutter artefacts, while offering speeds as high as 1/32,000sec, which is faster than the 1/2000sec top speed of the mechanical shutter.
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The SLR mirror ‘blacks-out’ the viewfinder image during the exposure. In addition, the movement of the reflex mirror takes time, limiting the maximum shooting speed. The mirror system can also cause noise and vibration. Partially reflective (pellicle) fixed mirrors avoid these problems and have been used in a very few designs including the Canon Pellix and the Canon EOS-1N RS, but these designs introduce their own problems. These pellicle mirrors reduce the amount of light travelling to the film plane or sensor and also can distort the light passing through them, resulting in a less-sharp image. To avoid the noise and vibration, many professional cameras offer a mirror lock-up feature, however, this feature totally disables the SLR’s automatic focusing ability. Electronic viewfinders have the potential to give the ‘viewing-experience’ of a DSLR (through-the-lens viewing) without many of the disadvantages. More recently, Sony have resurrected the pellicle mirror concept in their “single-lens translucent” (SLT) range of cameras.
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Prior to the development of SLR, all cameras with viewfinders had two optical light paths: one path through the lens to the film, and another path positioned above (TLR or twin-lens reflex) or to the side (rangefinder). Because the viewfinder and the film lens cannot share the same optical path, the viewing lens is aimed to intersect with the film lens at a fixed point somewhere in front of the camera. This is not problematic for pictures taken at a middle or longer distance, but parallax causes framing errors in close-up shots. Moreover, focusing the lens of a fast reflex camera when it is opened to wider apertures (such as in low light or while using low-speed film) is not easy.
On top of that, you’ll love its 20x optical zoom, hybrid image stabilization and five-channel mic that captures audio impressively well without additional equipment. Unfortunately its battery life isn’t the best, logging just about two hours of recording time, and less when shooting in 4K, but it charges up fast and is a filmmaker favorite nonetheless.
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Up until the 1990s, SLR was the most advanced photographic preview system available, but the recent development and refinement of digital imaging technology with an on-camera live LCD preview screen has overshadowed SLR’s popularity. Nearly all inexpensive compact digital cameras now include an LCD preview screen allowing the photographer to see what the CCD is capturing. However, SLR is still popular in high-end and professional cameras because they are system cameras with interchangeable parts, allowing customization. They also have far less shutter lag, allowing photographs to be timed more precisely. Also the pixel resolution, contrast ratio, refresh rate, and color gamut of an LCD preview screen cannot compete with the clarity and shadow detail of a direct-viewed optical SLR viewfinder.
The 20.3-megapixel Panasonic Lumix GX9, a mirrorless camera that keeps the same Four-Thirds sensor as the GX8 as well as dual image-stabilization (body-based and optical), 4K-video capability, and a tilting electronic viewfinder. New features include a special L.Monochrome D mode and a better resolution touchscreen LCD (with 1.24K-dots). It’s available only as a kit (with a 12-60mm lens) at the end of March, for $999.99.
Match camera features with your lifestyle and ambitions. Explore high-resolution photography with professional-style DSLRs, or find the right compact camera to take with you everywhere. Bridge and compact system cameras combine hi res imaging with user-friendly designs.
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Cameras with integrated Wi-Fi or specific Wi-Fi adapters mostly allow camera control, especially shutter release, exposure control and more (tethering) from computer or smartphone apps additionally to the transfer of media data.
If you want to step up with your DSLR, the Canon 800D EOS provides a bit more heft and and customisation options than you get on the Nikon D3400. It has a 24.2 MP and more options for adjusting photos from the get go than some more basic models. It’s still a relatively lightweight model in the hand than some rivals, but includes useful features such as a flip-out touchscreen, so you can use the camera to easily record video or snap it away to protect the screen.