still camera

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still camera

A film-based device or digital device that takes one picture at a time. The term is generally used to contrast this type of camera with a video camera (camcorder). However, still cameras may also provide moving picture (video) capability, and video cameras may include a still camera function. See digital camera, film camera and video camera.
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To capture this magic, two camera types had to be used.
Once the review has been completed, meetings have been held with district partners, camera types, locations and numbers have been determined and local recoding options have been considered, it will be possible to determine the fibre optic routes required for links from the various sites back to Middleton.
There should be a mix of camera types to best monitor targeted areas:
A powerful PC is normally used when stitching, as the software has to support a variety of lens types, camera types, resolutions and multiple image sets.
the image sensor, the view finder, video); accessories; camera types and selecting a camera; special shooting situations and common technical mistakes; determining one's own photographic profile; development as a photographer; and mastering one's camera.
It is an open platform solution that supports multiple camera types and brands, all tied together and managed with the streamlined, Milestone Arcus VMS.
The year of clips included source footage from a variety of camera types, all with different frame rates, resolution and out-of-the-box look.
From camera types and lens to using different preset exposures, tweaking aperture, and using the histogram to produce better pictures, this is a highly recommended guide for any who wish to move beyond the snapshot realm.
Ford's intelligence theme would have been extensively reinforced by adding a comprehensive table that listed platforms (such as airplanes), intelligence roles and missions, unique collection systems (such as camera types for photoreconnaissance), and bases of operations.
The first two chapters are quite technical and go into great detail about the functioning of digital camera systems, touching upon numerous topics including storage and battery options, camera types, file formats and the mechanics of capturing digital images.
The third group of women will be trained in photography, television filming, using different camera types and professional photography techniques at Bahrain University.
Practical Digital Photomicrography: Photography Through the Microscope for the Life Sciences provides a fine introduction to digital photography through the microscope covering three camera types used in photomicrography and how each operates.