the basic machine involved in film-making, from a hand-held version to portables, to heavy studio cameras; some of the parts of a camera include the aperture, lens, film magazine (for storage), viewfinder, etc; the positioning of the camera is known as the setup
A photographic device with an optical system that is used for exposing light-sensitive material. See also COMPUTER OUTPUT MICROFILMER, PLANETARY CAMERA, ROTARY CAMERA, STEP-AND-REPEAT CAMERA.
Any of several pieces of equipment used to convert ordinary black and white copy into negative film suitable for stripping and platemaking. The DuPont Highlight 2200 a is a computerized flatbed scanner used specifically for converting photographs and other continuous-tone materials into halftones suitable for reproduction on the press. The Opti-Copy Imposer System is a computerized camera which imposes eight pages onto a single negative in proper placement for correct pagination when printed. Opti-Copy is used specifically for books and magazines; its advantage over hand-flatting is speed and accuracy. A DS Scania horizontal camera is used to shoot pasteups and artwork not suitable for either Opti-Copy or the DuPont. Most tabloids are shot on the horizontal camera, as are most type corrections.
In Latin language camera means room. An instrument used by photographs for taking pictures. A CAMERA consist of at least a lighttight box, a lens and some device or provision for holding the film in position.
This is the eye of the scene. Whatever the camera can see…you can see.
a device through which the player views the world
a must, as every view from any direction is like a poster
an object of supreme magic
a capture/discovery technology, not a creation tool
a great inspection tool, to help sell the job
an amazing tool
an often forgotten, but invaluable precision tool for documenting problems, techniques and progress toward turf management goals, Stowell said
a must for all of these trips
a must for such trips
a must for the winter scenery is often spectacular
a must on this stretch of the trip
A chamber, or instrument having a chamber. Specifically: The camera obscura when used in photography. See Camera, and Camera obscura.
a term meaning either a subordinate chamber or suite within a medieval building, or, as it was used by the Military Orders, to refer to specialized farms or holdings without a resident preceptor
a complex piece of equipment used in photography
a giant vacuum chamber and all of the most sensitive components of the instrument are inside the chamber
a box to record them" - an axiom not seen in glossy brochures
a must to record the post-mortem operations, so that the forensic experts can check and recheck what exactly to write in the autopsy reports
an incredible piece of technology that essentially records
a way to record what you see, and share it
a bit of a disappointment, delivering colorful but murky snapshots,
a bit of a disappointment, delivering colourful but murky snapshots, even considering its so-so resolution
a little disappointing when compared to megapixel models, although it does come with a slew of features that impressed us, despite the low picture quality
The minimum requirements are that the camera you use is of DSLR type and have a minimum of a 6 Megapixel sensor. Some examples of cameras that are acceptable are Canon 10D, Canon 20D, Canon 300D, Canon 5D, Canon 1Ds Mark I and II, Canon 1D Mark II, Nikon D50, Nikon D70, Nikon D100, Nikon D200, Nikon D2X, Fuji S2 and S3. Point and shoot style cameras are not acceptable no matter the number of megapixels. The reason for this is that the sensors in p&s style cameras are so small that the megapixel-count becomes irrelevant for most professional applications.
a first-class ticket to your other half's good books following Valentine's disasters
a good second choice if the show is bright enough
a good thing to have along with on this handset
a very good condition
a great thing
a great way to get the babes to take their clothes off for me
an essential thing, ofcourse in my opinion, in life
a visible item on the outside of the yacht, so mentioning general things like it turns and pans etc is what anyone could see if they watched the yacht for any particular length of time
a good example of a remote-sensing instrument
an instrument, the user sees the photo, the user composes the photo and the user hits the shutter release
a remarkable instrument that freezes life (to borrow a cliche)
a good idea for recording your AT-at-Sea adventure
a great gift idea
Device used to input media into a recording device. Examples would include the VioTac S.C.O.U.T Cam, Adventure Cam II, and H2O. And hey, lets be honest, sometimes we refer to camcorders as cameras as well.
an eye into the world , a portal for those who aren't satisfied with the eyes that they 've had forever or for those who wish to share experiences and ideas with others through a very realistic visual art form
a poor substitute for the human eye
a 'save' button for the mind's eye