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Best Small Digital Camera With Viewfinder


best small digital camera with viewfinder
    digital camera
  • A digital camera (also digicam or camera for short) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
  • A camera that records and stores digital images
  • a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
  • Usually captures images with the help of a CCD chip. The image data received is then saved to special memory cards or other storage media. (SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card,  Compact Flash,  Memory Stick,  SD Card,  MMC Card)
    viewfinder
  • A device on a camera showing the field of view of the lens, used in framing and focusing the picture
  • 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.
  • finder: optical device that helps a user to find the target of interest
  • 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.
    small
  • on a small scale; "think small"
  • the slender part of the back
  • Small items of clothing, esp. underwear
  • limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
best small digital camera with viewfinder - Canon PowerShot
Canon PowerShot SD890IS 10MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom
Canon PowerShot SD890IS 10MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom
The iconic ELPH style of the PowerShot SD890 IS Digital ELPH, is fully complemented by the latest in digital technology. Beautifully slim and elegantly curved, the SD890 IS Digital ELPH incorporates the most powerful optical zoom in the ELPH line - a full 5x optical zoom to really expand your photographic options. A 10.0-megapixel CCD heads up a long list of advanced features that not only deliver ultra-impressive image quality, but make the entire experience fun, exciting, and creatively rewarding.

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Konica F with Hexanon 52mm f1.4 lens
Konica F with Hexanon 52mm f1.4 lens
The first Konica SLR, 1960. Limited production, estimated between 600 and 1500 units total. The 52mm f1.4 Hexanon lens is unique to this camera, too. It has 49mm filter thread, where a later version has 55mm. Also, the version of lens has a knob that interlocks with a lever on the camera, something that is unique to three of the four lenses offered with the F. First SLR camera to feature a 1/2000 shutter speed. First Japanese SLR with a built-in, cross-coupled light meter. Uses a Konishiroku High Synchro shutter, which is a unique predecessor of the famous Copal Square shutter, the basic design of which is today used in virtually every SLR on the market, film or digital. The lens should have a matte chrome metal, slip-on lens cap with "Hexanon" on it (impressed, not painted). Unfortunately that's lacking from this particular camera. Note that this body has a small strip of leatherette missing, which would have been inset into the door latch mechanism on the lefthand side (visible in the photo). Other lenses that were offered with this camera were: 35mm f2.0 Hexanon, 85mm f1.8 Hexanon and 135mm f2.8 Hexanon. The first two have linkarge that interconnects with the camera's metering mechanism for stop down metering (as seen in the photo, at appox. the 10 o'clock position on the lens, in this front view). The last lens - the 135mm - did not have this linkage and was a fully manually controlled lens, and was the only one of the four that was sold with later models that lacked the F's sophisticated (for its time) metering system. The 135mm appeared to be discontinued once supplies ran out, and was superceded by a 135mm f3.5 Hexanon that is much more common today. Some accessories that were offered with the camera included a flash mount (cold shoe) that slips into the two slots on the lefthand end of the camera (visible in photo, just above the door latch mechanism). This accessory is similar to a flash mount that was used on other camera models - both later SLRs and earlier/concurrent rangefinders, but is not interchangeable with any of them. There was also at least a set of macro tubes offered for use with any of the lenses. (A true bellows that would fit was also offered, but probably with later cameras.) The instruction manual cites a waist level viewfinder accessory, but none is known to exist. One example of a "chimney" finder is known, but wasn't mentioned in a manual. The camera likely came with an "ever-ready" case, tan leather with a big "F" on it. All the lenses besides the 52mm were supplied in nicely made tan leather cases too. Lens hood accessiories, even, were in similar cases. As mentioned earlier, the exact number of cameras sold is unknown. No records appear to have been kept and at that time the primary distribution method for Konica cameras was mail order and through a small number of dealers and department stores. The serial numbers appear to be sequential and copies of the camera in the 14xx range are known, so it's estimated that up to 1500 were produced. However, it's very likely that not all cameras left the factory, or even were ever fully assembled. The reason we know this is that the parts manual for the camera is made up of B&W photos of actual parts and includes at least one top cover with a serial number (in the 15x range). So, some number of the cameras were held back and kept for spare parts. Further, it's possible that while a production run of perhaps 1500 were made, only a limited number were actually assembled, as were needed to meet somewhat limited demand. In addition, according to one long-time Konica dealer, the F was a bit finnicky, mostly with respect to the new, unique and very high specification shutter mechanism. It was a bit of a stretch for existing manufacturing techniques. So Konishiroku accepted returns of an unknown number of copies of this camera, in exchange for later models that had lower specification, but much more reliable mechanisms and shutters. How many and what happened to the returned F's is unknown. Over the 50 years since, no doubt a number of the cameras were destroyed, disposed of or lost. Best guess, perhaps 300 to 500 might remain today, worldwide. Fewer than 100 are known to exist. The result is that the Konica F is today one of the most sought after and valuable SLRs to camera collectors. It's a watershed camera that displays higher specification than any of its contemporary competition, plus it embodies several then-new technologies that had tremendous influence on SLR design and manufacture, which can even still be seen in today's digital cameras. It's also a very elegant design and fine example from near the dawning of the 35mm film SLR revolution that reigned throught the last half of the 20th Century, until digital SLRs became a viable alternative. P.S. THANKS JJ for helping me find the unique lens cap for this Hexanon.... I really thought I'd never find one, and certainly
[CES2011] SAMSUNG mirrorless camera NX100
[CES2011] SAMSUNG mirrorless camera NX100
NX100 LONDON, UK – September 14, 2010 - Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd today announces the launch of the unique Samsung NX100 – an innovative mirrorless camera equipped with the world’s first i-Function lens, putting the perfect picture at the fingertips of all photographers through a completely new way of controlling your camera. The NX100 is set to dominate the new mirrorless camera category. This innovative new camera benefits from Samsung’s expertise across multiple areas of technology, meaning that all its key components are 100% produced by Samsung. This unique process has been combined with Samsung’s detailed and extensive program of consumer research, which provided valuable insights to incorporate into the NX100. The NX100 is also complemented by an extensive line up of lenses and accessories, giving photographers a full package of options with which to explore their creativity. The launch of the NX100 follows the success of the NX10, Samsung’s first mirrorless camera and the first in the world to feature an APS-C size sensor, which has already changed the way millions of photographers across the globe take pictures, and raised the bar for the industry as a whole. The NX100 shares the industry leading technology of the NX10, such as an APS-C size sensor for quality images and a 3-inch AMOLED screen for clear and easy viewing. However, Samsung takes the mirrorless camera to the next level with the NX100, by incorporating the innovations of the NX10 and improving other areas of the camera’s performance and design. The body of the camera is slim, sleek and stylish, and it also features the intuitive i-Function lens which allows users to control their camera through the lens for the first time. The NX100 also boasts one of the fastest AF on the market today, which ensures that users never miss a moment, as well as an ISO that is raised to a maximum of 6400 for action shots. The NX100’s shutter button and curved body have been inspired to an attractive natural shape. The lightweight, compact and modern design makes the camera extremely portable, allowing users with a creative flair to carry the NX100 with them anywhere and for any occasion. The NX100 is more than just a camera; it is both a creative tool and an artistic object that makes a bold style statement everywhere it goes. Mr. SangJin Park, President of Samsung Digital Imaging Division, Samsung Electronics, commented: “Our aim is to lead the mirrorless camera market in the same way we do the DualView category, and the new NX100 is the embodiment of that goal. Samsung has brought together this high quality of imaging technology with intuitive consumer insights based on our in-depth consumer research, which is why we believe that, alongside the NX10, the NX100 will enhance our position in this growing field. Our unique and pioneering i-Function Lens stands out from the competition as an example of our unparalleled innovation which will appeal to every photographer.” While conventional lenses are passive in controlling camera settings, the unique i-Function Lens is a proactive lens that communicates with the camera body. It delivers total image control with fast manual settings to ensure quick and easy image capture, and also provides customized settings optimized for the lens being used. The lens incorporates an i-Function button which allows users to scroll through manual settings, and a focus ring which is used to easily change parameters for each setting. Users can toggle between shutter speed, aperture, EV, WB, and ISO quickly and easily by simply using the i-Function button and ring on the lens, meaning easier and quicker configuration while shooting. The NX100 also has a lens priority mode which makes switching between lenses easier than ever. Firstly, each lens is clearly marked with icons that illustrate their main use to help users quickly learn which lens they need to select for any given scene. The lens priority mode provides scene options optimized for the lens being used – for example when a landscape lens is attached the camera will immediately display the landscape mode. Also, when users change to a specialized lens, the camera would recognize the lens type and automatically configure the settings that would best match with the attached lens. Note this latter feature is supported fully on future specialised Samsung lenses. The NX100’s innovations aren’t confined to the lens – the camera also provides a very creative feature called ‘Smart Filter’. In playback mode, users can apply seven different effects to the picture, such as the vignette, soft focus, fish-eye or miniature effects. The ‘Smart Filter’ provides not just high quality images, but also features that are fun to use. The fun doesn't stop with still images. The NX100 supports HD movie recording at 720P, to capture the finest details of your memories. It also contains a ‘Sound Picture’ mode that can record audio whilst a photo is taken. To ensure each image is perfect

best small digital camera with viewfinder
best small digital camera with viewfinder
Canon PowerShot A1100IS 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch LCD (Silver)
Splash Out with Dazzling Color. Brighten your world with the intensely colorful Canon PowerShot A1100 IS. Fashionably slender, this sleek camera body has been specially shaped to make it easy to hold and easy to shoot. There's a metal-plated front grip that contributes a striking note of elegance and adds to your comfort. Loaded with Features, Packed with Value. 12.1-megapixel digital camera with 4x Optical Zoom and Optical Image Stabilizer. With the PowerShot A1100 IS, dramatic, personal pictures have never been easier to shoot and share. This 12.1-megapixel digital camera lets you create impressive, large photos of family and friends you'll be proud to display. The high-resolution images taken by the PowerShot A1100 IS can be enlarged up to 13" x 19". The PowerShot A1100 IS has a 4x optical zoom lens that makes it easy to get the inspiring, emotive close-ups that will make your images lasting keepsakes. This magnificent lens gives you the power to shoot distant subjects with razor-sharp precision and stunning lifelike color. So you can brilliantly capture a closer shot of a landscape, or a child's big smile. The PowerShot A1100 IS is equipped with Canon's acclaimed Optical Image Stabilizer Technology that automatically detects and corrects camera shake - one of the leading causes of fuzzy or blurred shots. Even when zoomed in, you can get the steady, crisp, brilliant images you'll be proud to shoot and share. And Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer Technology is so convenient to use. It functions perfectly with or without a flash. A World of Advantages with Canon's Technology. DIGIC 4 Image Processor has evolved Face Detection Technology that tracks the faces of moving subjects and lets the shooter enter the frame seamlessly with the Face Detection Self-timer. DIGIC 4 Image Processor - Canon's most advanced image processor, DIGIC 4, delivers evolved Face Detection Technology

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