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Best Digital Camera Under
- 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 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)
It was raining quite heavily on my way to work. I am fortunate, then, that I spend the majority of my commute either under rooves or on buses. I've been waiting for an opportunity to shoot people with umbrellas, and today just happened to be that day.
I pushed this photograph on purpose, the noise and under-exposure were deliberate.
Perhaps the greatest thing about shooting with a digital SLR is the sheer flexibility of the image, not only in terms of post-production simplicity, but also when it comes to portability, flexibility and the creative freedom for which shooting RAW allows. Shooting with film is wonderful for many reasons, but digital will always be my firm favourite.
I find it strange, then, that so many fashionable young people have reverted back to lomo-esque film photography to get their kicks. One of the foundations of being a hipster is that age-old line "you probably haven't heard of them". Being on the bleeding edge of cool, being an early adopter of new trends and being innovative is, to my mind, what being a hipster is all about. So why film?
Anyone who bothers to mess around with Lightroom and a RAW file for a few hours will be well aware of the destructive potential of post-production, so why aren't these hipsters embracing the technology around them and pushing the limits of their cameras and files? Why aren't they all shooting with DSLRs instead? Surely that's where the innovation lies. As technology advances and the limits and capabilities of constructive alteration are ever-increased, so too are the limits and capabilities of destructive alteration.
I find it strange that people so concerned with trendsetting l would revert back to an outdated, imperfect and restrictive medium rather than embrace the high technology around them. I can understand that these lomo style shots are reasonably charming (I've even looked into buying an LC-A), but it doesn't really seem to fit in with the rest of their credo.
Maybe I just don't get it. I find hipsters confusing at the best of times, so perhaps I'm not made of the right stuff. Not that that's a bad thing as most hipster photographs are pretty terrible. You need only look at Tumblr to discover that.
P.S - I really hope none of you are shaking your head and thinking "hypocrite".
P.P.S - This is one of my favourite photographs. /blowsowntrumpet
My Mid-range Lenses
Each of theses lenses has a focal length under 300mm and with a 2X teleconverter will be in excess of 300mm. The five in the front row are the lenses I am currently using. The four in the back row I used in the past before purchasing better alternatives.
Front row left to right: 1. Tamron Adaptall-2 75-250mm f3.8-4.5 model 104A CF Tele Macro. 2. Tamron Adaptall-2 SP 70-210mm f3.5 model 19AH CF Macro. 3. Tamron Adaptall-2 SP 70-210mm f3.5-4 model 52A CF Tele Macro. 4. Pre-AI Nikkor 200mm f4. 5. Tamron Adaptall-2 200mm f3.5 model 04B Close Focus. Back row left to right: 1. Tamron Adaptall-2 80-210mm f3.8-4 model 103A CF Tele Macro. 2. N/AI Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm f3.5 Macro Focusing Auto Zoom (manual focus). 3. Tamron Adaptall-2 70-210mm f3.8-4 model 46A. 4. Tamron Adaptall-2 70-210mm f4-5.6 model 58A.
I used the Vivitar Series 1 lens regularly with my Canon Digital Rebel XT (350D) body from July 2008 into May 2009. I was able to get great results with a Vivitar 2X teleconverter in macro mode up to 0.9X (just under 1:1), but much less than ideal performance in telephoto mode.
I find the model 19AH to be the best of the 70-210mm zooms and when I need a little more macro magnification, but do not want to use my macro lens, I can use the model 52A with a 01f teleconverter for a 140-420mm f7.6-8 for telephoto use and up to 1:1 for macro use and it is a continuous focus lens from infinity to macro. I have only used this combination a few times but expect to use it regularly next summer. This combination works well on the Pentax K20D body.
I use the model 104A often with the K20D body alone as a 75-250mm lens or with the 01f teleconverter as a 150-500mm lens. I find this lens to work well for bird imaging and it was relatively cheap at $19 US.
This collection was imaged on the sunroom table in rural upstate Columbia County, New York, USA, with a Sony DSC-H5B point and shoot digital camera.
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