History of the camera By Caleb. Camera obscura The camera obscura is a type of pinhole camera which needs its shutter open for eight hours but its fades

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History of the camera

History of the cameraBy CalebCamera obscuraThe camera obscura is a type of pinhole camera which needs its shutter open for eight hours but its fades shorty after the picture is completely developed.

DaguerreotypeThe picture is put onto a plate which the picture stays but it can be eerily removed.

Alexander WolcottHe created a daguerroetype camera but he used different chemicals that made less sitting time.

Panoramic camera The panoramic camera that is able to take a picture of a large area or even a whole 360.

Kodak number 1It was the very first rollfilm camera to use the shutter you had to pull a string.

Kinescope It was a first for moving pictures it had a high shutter speed which had papers move by to make it look like its moving

The brownie camera The brownie camera was the first mass produced camera because it was so cheapIt was a simple camera using roll film and a meniscus lens.

Reisecamera (travel camera)It was a very small camera perfact for traveling.

First 35 mm camera35 mm where smaller cameras that used 135 film instead of rollfilm.

Polaroid camera It was the first camera to take a picture and visible instantly and developed a picture right from the camera.

Konica c35 afcFirst auto focus camera with built in electric flash and auto exposure system to choose right shutter speedHas a fixed aperture Hexanon 38 mm f/2.8 lens

Sony MavicaFirst electric still cameraIt took pictures and put them on mavipak 2.0 diskettes or also called video floppy.

Nikon F-3It was the first digital camera.It used Fairchild 100 x 100 pixel CCD and a 1.3 million megapixel sensor

Apple QuickTake 100 cameraFirst consumer level digital camera that allowed to directly plug into your computer.

Canon EOS 5D First full frame DSLR camera with a standard body size for a fairly low price.

Good photographs

These are good photos because they a really clear and good focus and not very grainy.Bad photoThis is a bad photo because the picture is really grainy.

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