analog camera

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analog camera

(1) An analog video camera such as a VHS camcorder. See analog video and VHS.

(2) A film-based still or movie camera. See film camera.
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Created by a former Twitter engineer and an ex-Apple designer, Halide is beautiful to look at - the makers want it to feel like an old analogue camera.
Polaroid 300 Instant Analogue Camera Price pounds 79.99, available from Firebox.com
Along with the ready-to-use cameras, Ferrania will be offering a series of AgfaPhoto analogue camera gift sets that include fix focus, auto focus and zoom models.
The photos must be in colour, in landscape format and can be taken with a digital or a analogue camera.
It admitted that its present analogue camera system can be of poor quality and claimed the move is just an upgrade.
In response, Panasonic said that it was normal industry practice to use simulated images in photographs of screen images, and that in fact the image used had been taken using an analogue camera. The company gave a demonstration of the phone to the ASA, which concluded that the phone could take and transmit images of the quality featured in the advertisement.
Even though today's camera's are so high quality that most people can't even appreciate their clarity with the naked eye, there are still those who enjoy the old-school aesthetics of analogue cameras you had to load with film: The graininess of the images, the occasional flare of light.
Snapshots of a Happy Childhood is a six-feet-by 14-feet lomo wall composed of 1,000 individual snapshots of children taken by Lomography and analogue cameras. The photos for the exhibition were taken by children living in the SOS Children's Village in Manila; with others submitted by the international Lomography community.
Over time we may well see the introduction of brand new analogue cameras from iconic names such as Nikon, Canon, Olympus, etc., but although there is renewed interest in analogue, it is currently a second-user market, and mass production would be required to keep the cost of new camera equipment down to less than astronomical.
In recent years, Lomography (defined in its website as 'a globally active organization dedicated to analogue, experimental and creative photography') has ushered in the comeback of classic analogue cameras.
been driving this change in the industry from analogue cameras to IP cameras."