Medium Format Digital Backs

Medium format digital back

Introduction The digital back is a digital photography equipment produced mainly for professional photographers. These devices use large digital imaging sensors in order to keep up with the medium format film resolution, letting way behind the 35mm format. Despite its expensive price, many photographers adopt this digital transition because of time and cost efficiency. Manufacturers … Read more

Digital SLR Cameras

D-SLR Cameras

Introduction D-SLR cameras are digital cameras with interchangeable lenses. They simulate the construction and features of analog SLR cameras, the only difference is the use of a imaging sensor and necessary electronics instead of film. Because the use of SLR technology they lack the live LCD preview and also don’t feature a movie mode. (Exception … Read more

SLR-Like Cameras

SLR-Like cameras

Introduction These types of cameras are built in such a way to simulate the body construction and shooting versatility of a Digital SLR camera, thus the name SLR-Like. It’s based upon the same point and shoot system like the compact digital cameras. With larger and sturdier bodies, little faster in operations and with broader options … Read more

Compact Digital Cameras

Compact digital camera

Introduction Also referred as point and shoot, these types of cameras are designed primarily for easy operation and light carrying. They take still pictures but also movie clips that are stored usually on a memory card. The first digital cameras weren’t capable of capturing at least one Megapixel images, and many didn’t have a memory … Read more

Phone Cameras

Phone cameras

Introduction Phone cameras are mobile phones with integrated mini-digital photo cameras. These can take still images or mini video clips, which are stored in the phone’s internal memory or into a detachable memory card. The first phone cameras were capable of capturing images at very low resolutions, even under 320×240 pixels, today, the minimum resolution … Read more