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by Jen Miller
A creative hobby such as photography can not only be rewarding but can also have positive health effects.
However some people, especially complete beginners, can find it a daunting pastime to get into.
Not only are there many different types of cameras, from small compacts to DSLRs, but also a whole new lexicon to contend with. Words and phrases like ‘pixel count’ and ‘image stabiliser system’ can be off putting and a little scary if you don’t know what they mean.
The following comprehensive guide to selecting a camera will also explain the science behind key features in simple terms.
On a personal level, I have been taking photographs for many years, starting out with a simple film compact before moving onto a DSLR and now back to film photography. I hope that by sharing some of my knowledge and experience you will be able to find a camera that not only suits you but allows you to grow and develop in your new hobby, creating satisfying images for years to come.
- Part 1: The Different Types Of Camera
- Different Types Of Camera:
- Standard Compact
- Adventure Cameras
- Bridge Cameras
- Compact Mirrorless System
- Medium Formats
- Specialist Cameras
- Part 2: The Science Behind The Camera
- Size and Weight
- Live View Monitor
- Pixel Count
- Image Sensors
- Sensor Format Guide:
- Image Stabilization
- Shutter Speed
- Burst Mode
- Lens Compatibility
- Flash Systems
- Video Recording
- Battery Life
- Other Things To Consider
- Durability and Warranty
- Part 1: The Different Types Of Camera
It is a common belief amongst people embarking on photography as a hobby that an expensive camera will allow them to capture great photographs. However, as with most forms of art, this is not the case. The instrument can only do so much. The success of a photograph depends on so much more: composition, lighting, the subject etc. Basically you can have the most expensive piece of kit on the market but if you don’t know how to use it your images will be average at best.
The first part of this guide will look at the different types of camera that are available. Highlighting the pros and cons of each will help you to get a sense of what type of camera will suit you best. Also if you are interested in a certain type of photographythen you may find that one camera will suit your needs far better than the others.
We will then go on to discuss the science behind the technology. Explaining how cameras work and which features will most benefit you. This should help to narrow down your choices allowing you to not only make an informed decision but to get the most out of your hobby.
Different Types Of Camera:
- Standard Compact
- Adventure Camera
- Bridge Camera
- Compact Mirrorless System
- Medium Format
Often referred to as Point and Shoots, Standard Compacts are an excellent starting point for those either just getting into photography or don’t want anything too complicated. Small, light and relatively cheap they are also reliable and, usually, fully automatic. Coming in a range of shapes and sizes you will be able to find one that feels good in your hands.
Almost all Standard Compacts come with an optical zoom lens which, when not being used, folds back into the body. A lens that stretches from 35- 105mm, or a 3-10x optical zoom, will be more than adequate for general purpose use. Lenses that start slightly smaller, around 28mm, are fine for both group shots and landscape photographs while those that stretch to 150mm will capture distance shots in great detail. This size lens means that the Standard Compact is fine for everyday photography.
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- DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS ABOUT MARICOPA COUNTY:
- The average age of the population is 34 years old.
- The health cost index score in this area is 102.1. (100 = national average)
- Here are some of the distributions of commute times for the area: <15 min (22.7%), 15-29 min (36.8%), 30-44 min (25.1%), 45-59 min (8.6%), >60 min (6.8%).
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