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Compact Camera With Viewfinder
- A point-and-shoot camera, also called a compact camera, is a still camera designed primarily for simple operation . Most use focus free lenses or autofocus for focusing, automatic systems for setting the exposure options, and have flash units built in.
- The general term for small, light cameras designed for convenience. While they do not offer interchangeable lenses, they are perfectly usable for snapshots, and some do employ high-performance optics. Ideal for travel or “visual notebook” applications.
- Commonly refers to a point-and-shoot camera.
- Viewfinder by Raymond Carver is one of the short stories in the "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" compilation. It is told in the first person perspective of a man who is visited by an elderly man with hook hands.
- A device on a camera showing the field of view of the lens, used in framing and focusing the picture
- In photography, a viewfinder is what the photographer looks through to compose, and in many cases to focus, the picture. Most viewfinders are separate, and suffer parallax, while the single-lens reflex camera lets the viewfinder use the main optical system.
- finder: optical device that helps a user to find the target of interest
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W230 12 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom and Super Steady Shot Image Stabilization (Silver)
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W230 is W-Series opening price point camera, and combines point-and-shoot ease-of-use with a host of advanced features in a sophisticated, compact body. A 12.1 megapixel image sensor and Carl Zeiss 4x optical zoom lens offer crisp, clear images at high resolution. Intelligent Scene Recognition automatically detects scene conditions and adjust for best camera settings. Face Detection capture faces with natural skin tones, while Smile Shutter technology capture a smile the moment it happens. In addition, Optical SteadyShot image stabilization helps prevent blur without affecting image quality, and HDTV compatibility offers a great way to view and share photos in high definition.The DSC-W230 offers a step up in features and capabilities from the Cyber-shot S-Series models, with a professional-quality lens, optical image stabilization, and a powerful BIONZ image processor that allows for advanced Face Detection, Smile Shutter technology, Dynamic Range Optimizer, and Intelligence Scene Recognition.
MOVIECAM COMPACT Mk2
Weight: 13lbs (6.3kg) without magazine
New electronics with integrated speed ramping system and sync functions
Movement: 3 perforation movement, updated drive system with capability to change to 4 perforation, compensating link movement with dual registration pins and dual pull down claws, interchangeable aperture plates, pitch adjustment.
Aperture size: full range
Frame rate: 12-32 fps, adjustable on camera (with Speed Box: 2-50 fps forward, 12-32 fps reverse), crystal accurate to 0.001 frame/s
Shutter: electronic reflex mirror, can adjusted between 45° and 180° while in standby, manual model stops at 45°, 90°, 120°, 144°, 172°, 180°
Motor: DC with quartz crystal control
Operating noise level: <20 dBA
Indicators: speed, run, counter (ft or m), shutter angle, Time Code (user bit and sensitivity level), voltage, incorrect movement, asynchronous speed, low battery, film end, heater, film jam, loose magazine
Lens mount: ARRI PL (Super 35 compatible)
Viewfinder: 6.1x magnification, viewfinder is rotatable 360° while maintaining an erect image, 12 viewfinder with 2.4 x magnification zoom is available, heated eyepiece. New advanced viewfinder block with short eyepiece
Video assist: Flicker-reduced color CCD camera, on-board 1 monitor available
Ground glass: interchangeable
Magazines: 500' (150m) and 1000' (300m) displacement style, all have built-in heaters and torque motors, mechanical and electronic footage counters. 400' (120m) lightweight Steadicam magazines with vertical displacement.
Magazine loading: active displacement magazines, takes up emulsion in (9P design)
Film cores: standard cores
Fujica Compact 35
This is a nice little compact camera from the late 1960s. It is very sturdy with all metal construction. The condition is surprisingly good except that the lens label plate is missing and the foam seals need replacement. The selenium meter is still working, but the EV reading is one stop lower when compared with my DSLR. This can be compensated with higher ISO setting (e.g. use ISO 200 for ISO 100 film). The maximum ISO setting is 200. That leaves ISO 100 film as the best choice for this camera.
The lens is Fujinon 38mm f/2.8 with aperture down to f/22. The Seiko-L shutter has speed 1/30-1/250s, and Bulb. The shutter works in one of three modes: (1) when the aperture is set to "A", the shutter is automatically locked to "A/flash", this is the programmed auto exposure mode; (2) when the aperture is set to a non-"A" position and the shutter is set to "A/flash", the shutter speed is set to a fixed flash sync speed, this is the flash mode; (3) when both aperture and shutter are set to non-"A" position, it works in full manual exposure mode.
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