In 1884, Eastman patented a paper-backed film. Soonafter, he developed roll holders for the new film. Later, he developed a camera that was sold already loaded, allowing novices to take pictures. He called his camera Kodak, which had one hundred exposures and sold for twenty-five dollars.
In the late 1940s it introduced the first model of its most successful product, the self-developing Polaroid Land camera.
Daughter to the African American tennis player.
In a fixed location, pivot from right to left or left to right. From panorama.
(Ibn al-Haytham), (965-1039), Iraq (Mesopotamia)
Director: Bernard Vorhaus. Also starred Victor Stanley, George Merritt & Felix Aylmer. Plot: When a photograph is taken at the scene of a murder, the camera is tossed out of a castle window to....
Also featuring Elmer Fudd
Also featuring Bugs Bunny
Alternative pop, left band before 1st album released
First premiered in 1994. Music by Arnold Schoenberg.
(high, medium, or low; and left, right, or straight on) with respect to the subject, each giving a different viewpoint or effect.
Also known as viewfinder and projected frame.
A lens that has been focused in a fixed position by the manufacturer. The user does not have to adjust the focus of this lens.
It has an electrical contact that aligns with the contact on the flash unit's "foot" and fires the flash when you press the shutter release. This direct flash-to-camera contact eliminates the need for a PC cord.
The viewfinder and picture-taking lens are separate.
If panning while focused on a moving subject, it remains sharp while the background shows motion blur
This is caused by the separation between the viewfinder and the picture-taking lens. There is no parallax with single-lens-reflex cameras because when you look through the viewfinder, you are viewing the subject through the picture-taking lens.
Side lighting can produce shadows and highlights to create mood in the image.
Usually, simple cameras have only one size of lens opening and one or two shutter speeds and do not require focusing by the picture-taker.
Especially useful when using slow shutter speeds and/or telephoto lenses.
String Quartet No. 7, 1947
The common f-numbers are f/1.4, f/2, f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16, and f/22. The larger the f-number, the smaller the lens opening. In this series. Also called f-stops, they work in conjunction with shutter speeds to indicate exposure settings.
Shows such information as remaining exposures, flash status and aspect ratio selected.
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