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 When did cameras first use electricity?

Answer Well that's not a simple question to answer because film has never actually REQUIRED electricity to expose it, that has always been the domain of digital and video/electronic pictures.Many many sti... Read More »
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Are there any problems using appliances purchased for 120v 60Hz electricity on 120v 50Hz electricity?

A very important note There is no such thing as a 120 volt 50 Hz service! (But see >> Correction!
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What is the diference between dslr cameras and digital high zoom cameras?

* the A57 has a sensor that is 15 times larger than the HX300* the A57 uses interchangeable lenses. The HX300 has a fixed zoom lens* the A57 can shoot in RAW. The HX300 cannot.* the quality of t... Read More »
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Whats is the difference between film based cameras and digital cameras?

now Danielle is writing this :) digital cameras might seem better but are they?? They might be easier to use but they are actually harder because you have to focus them while the digital one is eas... Read More »
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Is Kodak and Canon cameras better than Samsung because they have been making cameras longer?

for a beginnerI suggest the samsung s85 or s630
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