Best Compact Camera For Night Shots. A Camera Lens.
Magpix IR-101 Midnight/Shot Infrared Night Vision Digital Camera
This is the compact digital camera that takes pictures in complete darkness as easily as it shoots full-color shots in daylight. The 5 MP image sensor captures images at 2,560 x 1,920 pixel resolution and video at 640 x 480, assisted by its 8X digital zoom. Its infrared sensor captures monochrome images in the dark from nine feet away; no flash is given off during nighttime shots, ensuring that pictures taken won't startle nocturnal creatures. Images are displayed on its 3" LCD and stored onto an SD card (up to 8 GB); a 4GB SD card holds up to 2,500 images or 75 minutes of video. Rechargeable lithium battery provides power for up to 500 shots from a 5-hour charge.80% (15)
Announcement Date: 04 February 2009 The latest F-Series compact with revolutionary Super CCD EXR switchable sensor technology; the FinePix F200EXR First announced at Photokina 2008, Fujifilm's new EXR technology makes its first appearance in a new camera announced today, the FinePix F200EXR. Following a long line of famous Super CCD sensors in cameras like the FinePix F10 and FinePix F31fd, the FinePix F200EXR is designed by Fujifilm to be the perfect camera for the photographic enthusiast. Primed to be the class-leading compact of 2009, the FinePix F200EXR utilises brand new, ground-breaking technology to create an unprecedented level of image quality from a consumer level compact. Using the human eye as the basis for the perfect camera sensor, Fujifilm has yet again extended technological boundaries, creating a Super CCD capable of registering excellent levels of detail when switched to its high resolution mode, but at the same time, capable of offering excellent quality in low light and superb highlight detail in contrasty light when switched to its high sensitivity and wide dynamic range modes respectively. In addition to the 12 Megapixel 1/1.6"Super CCD EXR and completely redesigned EXR Processor, the FinePix F200EXR inherits its rich feature set from the FinePix F100fd, which includes a powerful Fujinon 5x wide angle optical zoom lens, and the most powerful face detection technology on the market, Face Detection 3.0, with auto red eye removal. On top of this, the F200EXR offers 5 Film Simulation Modes, a 3.0" high-resolution 230,000 dots wide view LCD, HD Photo Output, Dual Image Stabilisation and sensitivity up to ISO 12800 (3 million pixel only). This combination of cutting-edge technology encased within a pocketable digital compact body means that advanced amateur photographers through to professionals will be able to take breathtaking pictures in the most challenging of conditions. The world's most versatile photographic sensor Faced with a market driven by the demand for higher pixel counts, yet conscious that high concentrations of pixels on small sensors can produce diminishing quality returns, Fujifilm engineers had a radical rethink about sensor technology. Why not make a sensor that can flex its behaviour according to the scene to be photographed? Why not give full resolution when bright light allows, but use the pixels in a different way when the light is not ideal? The FinePix F200EXR offers 3 switchable modes in one sensor: High Resolution mode, which deploys all twelve million pixels, and is designed to offer the finest detail of intricate subjects when light is full and even; High Sensitivity and Low Noise mode, which caps two adjacent pixels together to produce 6 million large photodiodes, which are big enough to absorb light in the darkest of conditions, to produce low-light shots of extraordinary quality with minimal noise and grain; and Wide Dynamic Range mode, which captures different exposures with two sets of six million pixels, which, when combined, gives an excellent level of detail in highlights that would otherwise be lost. In EXR Mode, the photographer can choose which sensor setting is preferable for the subject to be photographed by choosing High Resolution Priority (HR) to maximise resolution, High ISO and Low Noise Priority (SN) for high quality low-light work or D-Range Priority (DR) for the best detail with contrasty subjects. Perfect Pictures - Automatically The FinePix F60fd was the first digital camera to introduce SR AUTO (Scene Recognition AUTO), allowing photographers to let the camera determine the settings to ensure correct exposure, colour reproduction and lighting. The FinePix F200 EXR takes the next technological step by combining Scene recognition technology with EXR technology by automatically and intelligently choosing the correct Super CCD EXR Priority in conjunction with a range of other controls (image quality, exposure, focus, white balance etc). Now, the photographer can let the camera choose the best sensor mode by using the revolutionary EXR AUTO mode, which is the most efficient mechanism yet invented to quickly optimise the camera's settings to allow the photographer to concentrate on capturing the perfect shot. EXR Auto offers six modes to choose from: Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Backlit Portrait, Night, and Night Portrait. As an example, when taking close subject, FinePix F200EXR will intelligently choose Macro mode by recognizing the scene. Then the sensor will switch to the best EXR mode that is suitable for the scene. Intelligently switching into one of High Resolution Priority (HR), High ISO and Low Noise Priority(S/N), and D-Range Priority (DR) to capture the best possible shot. The FinePix F200EXR also retains Fujifilm's improved exposure modes. New "Super intelligent flash" can control technology that even lets you take flash assisted macro shots without flash washout. Enables to capture subjects and baRanong Street at Night
I brought 15 rolls of film to Thailand, in addition to my digital SLR. My intention was to shoot the film with a Canonet 35mm rangefinder. After seven frames, the shutter on the camera locked up, and wouldn't respond to any of my efforts to fix it. I sent the Canonet home and tried to find a camera to replace it. Most film cameras I found were ridiculously expensive, even many of the plastic bodied run of the mill compacts cost considerably more than they would've at home. I ended up buying a 35mm Holga toy camera. This camera was not exactly ideal for my intention of shooting slides (Velvia 100), and street scenes at night (Kodak T-Max 3200), but is a Holga ideal for shooting anything? I did my best to embrace the different shooting style that the camera demanded, and did enjoy firing off a few rolls (though I ended up bringing back more than I shot). I had these developed and scanned in Bangkok, I'd perhaps like to have them rescanned at some point, but this will work for now. In the end, these aren't my best shots, but here they are, in akk their low-fi glory!
Canon Sure Shot 150u 35mm Film Camera - With nearly a 4x zoom lens, this fully automatic camera offers lots of photo opportunities for lots of situations. It's so easy to use that there really isn't any excuse for missing another precious picture. Bright Real Image viewfinder Film Loading/Advance/Rewind - Fully automatic. Mid-roll rewind possible Dioptric Adjustment lets you adjust the camera's viewfinder to your own vision, so you can shoot without your prescription Flash - Electronically controlled autoflash based on ISO and AF distance data RedEye reduction Flash Operating Range - (with ISO 400 color negative film) - WIDE 0.8-6.8m / 2.6-22.3 ft.; TELE 1.0-5.0m /3.3-16.4 ft. Auto ISO select from 25-3200 for accurate exposures 10-Second self-timer modes lets you get into your pictures Uses 1 CR2 battery Unit Size - 4.2 (W) x 2.3 (H) x 2 (D); weighs 7.1 ounce (without battery) Uses 35mm filmRelated topics:
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