|Best Cameras||Cameras Price List|
|Canon EOS 1500D DSLR Camera (24.1MP, Black)||Rs.25,999|
|Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera (18 MP, Black)||Rs.24,999|
|Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera (24.2MP, Black)||Rs.32,970|
|Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera (24.2MP, Black)||Rs.30,800|
|Nikon D5600 DSLR Camera (24.2MP, Black)||Rs.36,733|
|Canon EOS 3000D DSLR Camera (18MP, Black)||Rs.22,399|
|Canon EOS 200D DSLR Camera (24.2MP, Black)||Rs.37,999|
|Sony ILCE 6000Y DSLR Camera (24.3MP, Black)||Rs.49,919|
|Canon EOS M50 DSLR Camera (24.1MP, Black)||Rs.48,647|
|Canon EOS 700D DSLR Camera (18 MP, Black)||Rs.44,950|
A camera is a device used to visually capture the moving images and still images.
The photographic page helps capture light into a film. The movie cameras are the ones that capture multiple images at a time. But they often get overlapped with still cameras as well.
For cine cameras, film 35 mm wide and perforated with certain holes was established as the standard format in the 1890s. It was used for nearly all film-based or cinema based professional motion picture production. For amateur use, several smaller and therefore less expensive formats were introduced . 17.5 mm film, created by splitting 35 mm film, was one early amateur format but for other filming 9.5 mm film was required. This is basically used to tell the camera the film speed of the the particular scene. The film speed is usually measured via the sysytem which is the ISO system. The higher the film speed, the greater the sensitivity to light.
The lense of the camera captures light on the subject and brings it on focus. They can range from varied angles being wide angle, medium angle and lower angle. There are varied focal lengths used to make the camera lenses. In order to capture architecture the best choice would be a wide angle camera which has a greater focal length as compared to others.
Some experimental cameras do not allow them focussing which means taking the camera and then manually focussing with it. Some cameras have post focusing. Post focusing means take the pictures first and then focusing later in their own personal computer. The camera uses many tiny lenses on the sensor to capture light from each and every camera angle of a scene and is called plenoptics technology. A current plenoptic camera design has 40,000 lenses working together to grab the optimal picture together. Some of the cameras, these days almost majority of them have autofocus which helps in there is a selection point decided in a imaging frame.
A device used on the end of the lense to block the suns glare and the lenses flare which is called Lens Hood. A lense cap is a cap that protects the lens during storage. There are lense adapters that allow the use of lenses as well. Tripod, cable release and rise format cameras
Plate cameras are those cameras that use sensitised glass plates. The were one of the oldest cameras used. They were box cameras for glass plates and single lense reflex camera for colour photography. Focussing of these plate cameras was by the use of a glass screen at the point of focus. Because the design of the lens only allowed rather small aperture lenses, the image on the ground glass screen was faint and most photographers had a dark cloth to cover their heads to allow focusing and composition to be carried out more easily. When focus and composition were satisfactory, the ground glass screen was removed and a sensitised plate put in its place helped to protect it by a dark coloured slide. To make the exposure, the dark slide was carefully pushed out and the shutter opened and then closed and the dark slide replaced.
When films were introduced, they helped the existing designs for plate cameras to be made much smaller and for the base-plate to be hinged so that it could be folded up compressing the bellows. There were many compact designs and small models were dubbed vest pocket cameras. When the roll film cameras were preceded by folding plate cameras, more compact than other designs.
As the lense technology of the camera was developed and wide aperture lenses became more common, cameras called rage finders were introduced to make focusing more precise. There were two separate viewfinder windows, one of which is linked to the focusing mechanisms and moved right or left as the focusing ring is turned. The two separate images are brought together on a ground glass viewing screen. When the vertical lines in the object being photographed meet exactly in the combined image, the object is in focus. A normal composition viewfinder is also provided. Later the viewfinder and rangefinder were combined. Many rangefinder cameras had lenses that could be interchanged, each lens requiring its own range- and viewfinder linkages.
Capture the moment with your amazing Sony camera. They have all kinds of different cameras with different lenses. If you want a professional camera, go for this one, you will surely not regret this.
Experience the ultimate in image quality performance and control with the absolutely amazing range of DSLR’s.
If you want to ace your still photography, choose canon as it will give you an edge. IT is also one of the most user friendly cameras to use. If you are a beginner and are looking for something to begin with, this would be your best pick.
The cameras by Olympus are great when it comes to low light sensitivity and high speed performance. Its super zoom feature is a one to die for.
Even though they might seem a little smaller and lighter as compared to all the high end brands, but be rest assured they don’t comprise on the features that they offer.
The point and shoot feature is great for capturing indoor shots in case of a Panasonic cameras and they are highly affordable too.
Casio is also a very well brand and their cameras are user friendly and super affordable as well.