Digital Camera

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  1. NightShadowXI

    NightShadowXI Well-Known Member

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    what do you use
    or prefere for digital camera

    i wanna buy one
    but i want one with good quality


    cu
     
  2. Naminator

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    I dun realy know wich one I got!!
    but Digital cameras are the best!!! they give such a crear image and the best thing is that you can hook it up with your comp and render yourself lol
     
  3. NightShadowXI

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    is there a different between: digital zoom and optic zoom?
     
  4. Greasy Pete

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    i doubt there is a difference
     
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    Well I used to use an old film camera before my grandpa passed. My grandman wanted me to have his digital camera which I accepted with open arms because it was always something of his I envied and something I enjoyed having around to remember photo times and all the special occasions he took pictures at with that camera.

    The latest big project I used the camera for was at the 2006 auto show in NY. Took 169 pictures with 107 left when the battery died.

    I'm currently still using that camera and its an Olympus Camedia C-700 Ultra Zoom Digital Camera with 10x Optical zoom.

    Although I wouldn't mind upgrading toa Digital SLR but thats pushing my luck :P
     
  6. Raziel

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    I have a digital camera, can't complain though
     
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    i have a nikon and its an awesome digital.... i love it for photo editing too
     
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    I believe the name is Olympas. Spelling?

    Well, that's the one I have and it's done me quite nicely. I would suggest that to anyone.
     
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    Optical zoom is the camera physicaly zooming in the lense.

    digital zoom is the zoom that just zooms in usaing the screen, not actually moving the lense, the higher the digital zoom you go the lower the quality.
     
  11. NightShadowXI

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    are you sure?

    i've heard, the higher the optical zoom the lower the quality
    and the higher the digital zoom the higher the quality!

    this is what i've heard
    but i'm not sure of it!

    so i'm asking you guy's
     
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    Usually when you zoom digitally you lose quality, it also depends on the quality of the camera, because you'll end up with a lot of noise in the resulting picture.

    I bought a camera a few weeks ago

    http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/4592/camera4fn.jpg

    Got no idea what I can take pictures of though :lol:
     
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    optical zoom > digital Zoom

    easyiest way to stick it.
     
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    optical zoom is accually like zooming a lense manually digital is like zooming in with photoshop till its pixelated (if you zoom far enough)
     
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    good to know

    i didnt know that, and i'm also planning to buy one!

    thx guys!


    cu
     

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