What is the difference between a Diana camera and Holga camera?

Answer If we are talking about your basic Holga or Diana, both cameras use 120 film.I have a comparison of the DIana+ and Holga on my website: Diana F+ has a flash, so... Read More »

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What is the difference between the Lomo LCA, Holga and Diana?

These are all "Lomography" cameras, but they are all different.I don't care for the term Lomography. Why? Plastic or toy camera photography has been around since the 1970's. The Lomography company ... Read More »

What is the difference between a film camera and a digital camera?

Short answer: film camera's use the old film canisters and have to be developed (taken to the store). Digital cameras use memory to store the images, and can be uploaded to your computer/ipod/etc.L... Read More »

What is the difference between a vga camera n a megapixel camera?

VGA is 640x480 lines, which works out to 0.3 mega-pixel.That's plenty of resolution for a small e-mail attachment, but for prints you'd want 3 megapixels or more.

Difference between a digital camera and analog camera?

An analogue camera uses film but a digital camera does not. This area, equivalent to the eye's retina, is replaced by a silicon chip known as a Charged Coupled Device( CCD). Light enters via the le... Read More »