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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #25 on: 20/12/2006 20:17:19 »
This is an SLR hun



And like Robert said, an SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-lens_reflex_camera

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/camera.htm

 
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #26 on: 20/12/2006 20:20:21 »
Mine is silver and has a sigle lens that pops out but I can't see where one would attach it to my camera as mine is built in, which that looks like it is also!
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #27 on: 20/12/2006 20:30:22 »
Is yours something along the lines of this hun?

 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #28 on: 20/12/2006 20:37:37 »
Similar looks right except thatit is 4.1 mega pixels and 4scene modes, 3 optical zoom is the same!MIne has a eyeball in the right hand corner by the words fujifilms. mine says $.1 mega pixels instead!
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #29 on: 20/12/2006 20:38:32 »
I bought mine about 2 months ago if that.. I think!
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #30 on: 20/12/2006 20:58:40 »
I seriously doubt that you can put an extra lens on that hun. That's why I love SLR's. You can get a wide range of lenses to fit onto them
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #31 on: 20/12/2006 21:38:08 »
Yeah I doubt it too!
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #32 on: 21/12/2006 16:44:07 »
If your camera's lens is NOT interchangable, but has a filter thread around the front, then you can fit a "close-up filter".
http://www.jessops.com/Store/s7459/0/Filters/Jessops/CLOSE-UP-Filter-%2b4-49mm/details.aspx?&IsSearch=y&pageindex=1&CatId=194&comp=n
This is just like a magnifying glass* which attaches to the front of your camera, and will allow you to photograph objects closer to the lens than would otherwise be the case.
 (* You could experiment with holding a magnifying glass between the object and the camera).
« Last Edit: 21/12/2006 16:48:02 by ROBERT »
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #33 on: 21/12/2006 19:12:57 »
Thats cool, thanks Robert!
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #34 on: 22/12/2006 19:04:38 »
I use a Canon EOS IID with a 3X multiplier (extension tube) for wildlife photography. It's got macro facility too - but you're talking serious money.
 

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Re: Digital photography
« Reply #35 on: 22/12/2006 19:29:15 »
I just have a 200.00 cheeseball fuji Digital!! Camera
 

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Digital photography
« Reply #36 on: 17/01/2007 04:26:09 »
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Velcro by ROBERT

So if Atomic-S wishes to photograph, say, whole butterflies, (approx. 50x60mm),
then he/she will need a camera with a macro lens, rather than a microscope with a camera attched.   
Good pic. I actually guessed correctly that it was Velcro, before reading it. I must be smarter than I think.
 

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