What Do You Guys Think About a SVP Digital Camera? Give Me Honest Opinions.?

What do you guys think about a SVP digital camera? Give me honest opinions.?

What Do You Guys Think About a SVP Digital Camera? Give Me Honest Opinions.? 1

Virtually all of the cameras have an interpolated mega pixel count, so I would not fault that at all. There is only one DSLR that does not have interpolated numbers and no one on this venue has ever mentioned it at all. Much of what is in point and shoot digital cameras is generic. There will only a few making sensors and anyone can make a case. I would simply say that if you took that camera apart and took one of each other brand apart, you could quickly find out who made it. One major brand on the market, a bit one, has their point and shoots made by Fuji, so who knows.

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What are some good digital cameras?

How about a Canon PowerShot ELPH SD1100 IS which sells for $159.00 at amazon.com [and it comes in different colors]. It's about the size of a pack of cigarettes and comes with image stabilization. It's also highly rated by Consumer Reports. Good luck!

What Do You Guys Think About a SVP Digital Camera? Give Me Honest Opinions.? 2

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Will photos taken on an iPhone never look as good as those with a real digital camera?

Because a real digital camera is using a more advanced sensor.Smartphone cameras a great, everyone knows that, but at the end of the day the photos will never be as good as a dedicated DSLR camera.Yes the iPhone has a processor much more powerful than any portable camera but that alone can not match the superiority of digital cameras. Although saying that, the iPhone can indeed take better photos than some cameras, depends on the one you choose, as I said the silicon of iPhones gives them a huge advantage over actual cameras as they can process scenes instantly and can adjust exposure, colour temperature etc far quicker

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Do I have to use digital cameras?

No, you do not . Do what you want

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Early digital cameras

Digilux-series digital system camerasDigilux Digilux Zoom Digilux 4.3 Digilux 1 Digilux 2 Digilux 3 R8/R9 DMR Digital Module R (DSLR)Digital compact camera seriesC-Lux series (year of introduction) C-LUX 1 (2006) C-LUX 2 (2007) C-LUX 3 (2008) D-Lux series (year of introduction)D-LUX (2003) D-LUX 2 (2005) D-LUX 3 (2006) D-LUX 4 (2008) D-LUX 5 (2010) D-LUX 6 (2012) D-LUX (Typ 109) (2014) D-LUX 7 (2018)V-Lux bridge camera series (year of introduction) V-LUX 1 (2006) V-LUX 20 (2010) V-LUX 2 (2010) V-LUX 30 (2011) V-LUX 3 (2011) V-LUX 40 (2012) V-LUX 4 (2012) V-LUX (Typ 114) (2014) V-LUX 5 (2019) X seriesIntroduced with the Leica X1 on September 9, 2009. APS-C size sensor in a compact body. No viewfinder (hotshoe finder optional), fixed prime lens. In May 2012, the company introduced its successor, the Leica X2. In 2013 the Leica X Vario (Typ 107) was announced: a compact body with a 16.2 MP APS-C size sensor, a fixed variable-aperture zoom (F3.5 - F6.4, 28-70 mm equivalent) and no viewfinder (plug-in electronic viewfinder optional). In 2014, Leica announced two updates on the series: the Leica X-E (Typ 102) featuring a 24 mm f/2.8 lens and the Leica X (Typ 113) which has a 23mm f/1.7 lens. C seriesOn September 8, 2013 Leica announced the Leica C (Typ 112), a compact camera with an electronic viewfinder based on the Panasonic DMC-LF1.

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Which is the best brand of digital cameras?

I would have to say Canon cameras are the best. Megapixels are important if you want to make sure that your pictures are as clear as possible when in a "Zoom" position or just in a normal view. LCD size is the owner's opinion. LCD does not affect the picture. It is a matter of whether the owner likes it or not. CANON POWERSHOT!

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How does the principles of physics make a digital camera work?

Inside your camera is a lens, which takes the light from the outside world and focuses it onto a detector. That detector is a device called a CCD or Charge-Coupled Device. The battery in the camera applies a voltage across the CCD which gets it are ady'. The CCD is made up of lots of little cells and when a photon of light hits the cells, it causes the atoms in the cells to produce an electron. The more photons that hit the cell, the more electrons you produce, and these electrons are stored in the cell as a tiny electric charge. Since you want a colour photo, you need cells that are sensitive to red, green, and blue light. There is a way of arranging these cells, called a Bayer mask, where you put them in groups of four so 50% are green and 25% are red or blue sensitive. So you now have an electric charge on the CCD that is proportional to the number of photons (or the intensity) of red, green, and blue light that hits it. To are ad' the data, the charges are made to hop from one cell to the next until they reach an edge where they are measured and converted into binary data to be stored on the memory card in, say, a jpg format. The problem is that it takes time to read the CCD because the charges hop across the cells, so you do not want light always entering the camera and 'blurring' the image. So digital cameras might still have a shutter of some type to block off the light when the CCD is being read. Most cameras also measure the intensity of light before you take the photo - in dark conditions you need to expose the CCD for longer before you get enough photons to produce enough charge for a decent, bright photo. You can see the effect when you set the digital camera on your phone to 'night mode' - it takes longer to update the image. Another way of increasing the amount of light is to use a flash, so many digital cameras automatically flash when the light is low. This is why you see lots of flashes going off in sports arenas and concerts - but the distances are usually too large for the flashes to have any effect! The human eye basically has a hole in it (your pupil) and when the flash goes off in low light conditions, light from the flash can reflect from the retina (which is filled with blood vessels) giving you are d eye'. To remove this, some cameras will have a series of flashes before it takes the photo - when the first flash fires, the person's pupil gets smaller because of the bright light, and now there wo not be as much light reflected from their retina when the 'actual' flash goes off and the camera takes the photo. One final application of physics is to the auto focus. Some of these systems use ultrasound or infrared to work out how far away an object is. This can be done by timing how long it takes for a pulse to be reflected back to the camera. The lens position is then altered to bring the image into focus on the CCD depending on how far away the object you are trying to photograph is.

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