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a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
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.
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)
A camera that records and stores digital images
A rest area, travel plaza, rest stop, or service area is a public facility, located next to a large thoroughfare such as a highway, expressway, or freeway at which drivers and passengers can rest, eat, or refuel without exiting on to secondary roads.
(Service Centers) Five offices established to handle the filing, data entry, and adjudication of certain applications for immigration services and benefits. The applications are mailed to DHS Service Centers-Service Centers are not staffed to receive walk-in applications or questions.
A company, entity, or organization which has been certified and approved to only transmit complete EEI to the AES.
Vibration Reduction. This is Nikon's nomenclature for a lens which has the ability to correct for "Camera Shake".
' , also known as Nikon or Nikon Corp.''', is a multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan specializing in optics and imaging.
Bishop Nikon (Liolin) (born October 9, 1945, New York City) is an Albanian bishop who serves as the head of the Orthodox Church in America's Albanian Archdiocese and New England diocese.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ28 DMC-FZ30 DMC-FZ50 DMC-FZ7 DMC-FZ8 DMC-FZ18 Digital Cameras - 5 Year Extended Warranty Plan
In today?s day and age of high tech gadgets and emerging technologies one thing is certain; people are relying more and more on consumer electronics and home appliances in our daily lives than ever before. Of course, we all expect the products we buy to perform well and serve us throughout the years, but in reality consumer electronics malfunction all the time. We often buy consumer electronics or appliance products based solely on the name brand. This is because we either feel comfortable with the quality the manufacturer produces or we take comfort in knowing that in the event of a malfunction the manufacturer will stand by their product and make the necessary repairs. Most manufacturers? written warranties offer fantastic parts and labor protection. However, the duration of this coverage under the written warranty is often far too short (e.g. 90 days parts or 1 year parts and labor). Manufacturers strategically limit their liabilities in order to cut down their final cost price and make their products more attractive to the marketplace. Let's face the facts. If you are like most of us, you are not expecting to buy a new Camera , Camcorder or any other major appliance every single year. You want to buy the new product and use it for as many years as it will last. There is only one way for a consumer to be certain that the product you are purchasing will be functioning to factory specifications in say 4 or 5 years from now. This Extended Service Plan offers you the identical high quality protection as the manufacturer?s written warranty did. This plan extends your coverage for up to 5 (five) full years after the manufacturer?s written warranty expires.
New (read, slightly used) Toy!
On a recent roadtrip, I had a mishap with my D40. I kept it on the passenger seat of my truck to keep it handy for any spur of the moment shots I might want to take on the way home from Marion, Indiana. When I got home and pulled up to my driveway, I opened the passenger door to grab my gear and my D40 came tumbling out and hit the driveway lens first. It really sucks to see your lens roll off in one direction while the body bounces off in another. Anyway I brought it back into the house (cursing most of the way) and immediately popped in another lens to see if any damage was done to the camera. Sure enough as soon as I hit the shutter button, the mirror went up and stayed up and the shutter curtain jammed shut. Lucky for me when I sent it to the Nikon Service Center, they covered it under warranty but in the meantime I figured it was time for a backup body. After having a lot of fun with the Holga, I decided that I wanted to pick up a film SLR and for awhile debated whether or not I wanted to shell out $350 for a used Nikon F4 or F5 on Adorama or $25 for a used N8008. I decided on the N8008. I thought it was a cheap enough investment to see if I'm really serious about film. Digital is nice, but I'm really starting to develop a new love for good ol' fashioned film. I got my first roll of Ilford HP5 loaded up and ready to go.
Up until about a year ago I had never owned a digital camera. And then slowly but surely most of the jobs I was doing were starting to request I go digital. They didn't want to pay film expenses anymore. I live in Osaka, but everything in this industry in Japan resides in Tokyo and they want everything fast, fast, fast! So I jumped ship and bought the Nikon D200 the first month it came out.
The other day I was shooting a friends engagement party (not a job) when I got caught in a champange toast. I got the stuff all over my nikon and despite efforts to clean it off, my camera basically died a sticky death the next day. I took it to the nikon service centre and they broke it down to me - 2 weeks and a max of US$850 to fix it.
Now I'm back working with my Mamiya RZ and I can't believe I neglected it for so many months now. The lenses are so beautiful and produce images I just can't get with my nikon. It's got me thinking again just how warped the photo industry has become. If time isn't a factor I'm going back to my Mamiyas and going to pay the film expenses out of my own pocket if I have to. I wonder how long this will last?!?!?!?
This photo is a couple of years old and is of course from my RZ.
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Especially designed for use with high-end digital camera which incorporates the CCD chip of more than mega-pixels, and the lens is made of hi-index optical glasses, 3-group/3-element, fully coated for non-distortion(-1.3%) and sharp images. It's an ideal accessory lens for professionals and advanced amateurs shooting in tight place. There will be no reduction of light value when this conversion lens is attached on the camera's lens. The original Raynox adapters are designed and made to suit the best physically and optically to the DCR-6600PRO lens to obtain the optimum image quality. DCR-6600PRO is also suitable to the 3-CCD chip or mega-pixel Digital Camcorders. (Limited zoom capability) All of Raynox conversion lenses are proudly made in Japan. At Raynox's wholly owned manufacturing subsidiary, every stage of production is rigorously checked and tested so that the lens elements compensate effectively for astigmatism, distortion and spherical aberration.... for an excellent image quality.