4 Different Types Of Cameras
Types of cameras Currently can be divided into several categories that can be seen from the shape, settings, lenses and sensors, types of cameras including Pocket Cameras, Prosumer Cameras, DSLR Cameras, Mirrorless Cameras.
1. Pocket camera
Digital pocket camera (digital pocket camera) is an automatic camera that uses a format for taking pictures and digital with a small size and lightweight. Weaknesses: The length of time delay (delay) to record an image
2. Prosumer Camera
The term “prosumer” is a combination of PROFESSION and CONSUMER. Called 5 as a prosumer model, it is characterized by point and shoot capability, but has more advanced features than other pocket cameras such as having the ability to use it manually for exposure, ISO, RAW image capture formats. What distinguishes it from DSLR cameras is the lens that is not interchaneable (replaced).
3. SLR & DSLR cameras
SLR cameras were first developed and introduced in 1936 by the fact that pioneered the emergence of 35 mm SLR cameras. The camera is to use color film made by Kodakchrome with a multilayered film system.
4. Mirrorless camera
Mirrorless camera as the name implies is a camera that does not have a glass / mirror bar. This camera has the same settings as a DSLR camera, the therapy will have a slimmer size than a DSLR.
In addition to these types of cameras that are widely used, there are other types of cameras that also have their own “fans” in the world of photography, including:
1. Lomo Camera
The camera was born in Russia in the decade of the go. Right in the city of Petersburg. Lomo is a brand name adapted from the manufacturer LOMO PLC. Initially, this camera was widely used by Russian intelligence to perform tasks. Loma sank for almost 10 years. In the early 90s, this camera was “turned on” again by several young people from Austria.
2. Polaroid Camera
The polaroid camera is called a direct camera so it is a camera that can process its own photos inside the camera body after a photo shoot is taken. This Polaroid camera uses a special film called a polaroid film. The Polaroid Camera was designed for the first time by Edwin Land in 1947.
3. Underwater camera
Underwater camera: a camera that has durability in the water and is able to work well even though shooting is done to explore the underwater world. Inventor Louis Boutan (French) and earned the nickname ‘father of underwater photography’. in 1893, and a mechanic named J05eph David first managed to photograph clearly the underwater scenery in a bay near the town of Coastal. To illuminate photo objects, they use a magnesium flashgun. 30 years later Charles Martin and William Longley, National Geographic photographers discovered their first color underwater camera.