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Small Compact Camera
- A point-and-shoot camera, also called a compact camera, is a still camera designed primarily for simple operation . Most use focus free lenses or autofocus for focusing, automatic systems for setting the exposure options, and have flash units built in.
- The general term for small, light cameras designed for convenience. While they do not offer interchangeable lenses, they are perfectly usable for snapshots, and some do employ high-performance optics. Ideal for travel or “visual notebook” applications.
- Commonly refers to a point-and-shoot camera.
- Small items of clothing, esp. underwear
- on a small scale; "think small"
- limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
- the slender part of the back
Compact Film Cameras
My small collection of Compact cameras. From the back row then, left to right:
1. Minolta AF-E. Bought from a Charity shop for a pound, it came boxed with all the original booklets, and was bought from Boots in Grimsby, Christmas eve 1986. Currently has a test roll of film in it.
2. Panasonic Zoom C-2100ZM. This is the first camera I ever bought way back in 1992 I think. I knew nothing about cameras and bought this one because a) it has a zoom, and b) because it's Panasonic, and they make good stuff. It's missing a plastic window which fits above the lens, and isn't very compact, but was a very good camera. Still works, just not used it in ages.
3. Nikon L35AF. The first of two cameras I bought on a whim off eBay. This one was about a fiver, and works very well.
4. Olympus XA2. Because I can't afford an XA! This is, however, a very nice, compact camera. The zone focusing gives very sharp pics.
5. Konica C35 AF2. The second whim! Looks a really nice camera, but the autofocus is a bit random on this one. It seems to focus as it takes the photo, as opposed to just before. Disappointing.
I started a new project today. For the past few months I have been jling three Nikons around my neck and it takes it's toll on the neck and shoulders. Today I just wanted to walk unencumbered and free.
So I just took a small Canon Ixus compact camera. During my walk I came across this great scene and great light. Ber, I thought, I wish I had my DSLRs with me. I played around with my compact camera and put it into manual mode. This photo was the result.
On my stroll back I thought that it would be an interesting project to try and get some serious pictures from a small compact camera. Is there any truth in the old saying that it's not what you have, but what you do with it?
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