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Transcript of Cameras

CAMERAS Everywhere you go, you'll come across something digital. But this technology doesn't go back that far, as you'll see in the history of cameras. T TThe jldjftttttt The early camera that first became an appearance was a pinhole camera and can be traced back to 1558.
The Camera Obscura captured an image that was only temporary. The first photographic image was produced in the Camera Obscura on a copper plate with lavender oil that required very long exposures. Capturing longer and permanent images became the next big quest for researchers. In 1837, after eight years of experimenting a man name Daguerre invented a process for capturing longer images. The process was called the "daguerreotype". Up Upldmf aUp in Up until 1850, the process of capturing pictures required up to half an hour of light exposure. In 1851, Frederick Scott Archer created a method called the "collodion" process that took 2-3 seconds of light exposure to capture an image. In 1871 photographers had to coat the plate with a wet chemical and process the image immediately. Kodak was created in 1888. In 1889, photographic film was invented and scientists made it available into rolls. The tho The motion picture camera was created by Thomas Edison in 1891.
In 1936, Canon released the Hansa Canon, the first focal-plane shutter camera. The Polaroid Camera was introduced to the market in 1948. Polaroid invented the color film in 1963. In 1957, the first waterproof camera named the Calypso Phot was invented.
The electronic camera that did not require film was created in 1972. This was not the same as digital cameras. The launch of digital cameras is still many years away. Digital imaging and processing technology is
introduced by Pixar in 1985. The disposable single use cameras was developed in 1986. Fuji cameras was created along with this development. The Apple QuickTake camera was launched in 1994. The digital era of cameras started in the 1990's. Kodak introduced the Professional Digital Camera System. This system allowed photographers to take electronic pictures with a Nikon F-3. The first real digital camera was introduced in 1990.
It was the Dycam Model I.
While Apple was marketing their first digital camera,
Olympus was also establishing their own place.
As technology progressed,
more opportunities opened
up for a variety of uses.
Storm Software improved of the EasyPhoto reader,
called the PhotoDrive. This program was used to convert
pictures into digital camera and be viewed on a computer.
Some HP computers already have this program installed.
There was definitely a competion
going on the camrea industry. Many
companies would recognize the trend
and continue to be first with new technology. During this time period, there
were many new developments of
cameras. Ricoh introced their RDC-1,
which was the first digital camera
to capture moving images with
sound recording. Fuji introduced the In-Printer
camera that stored images on
SmartMedia cards. Today's cameras have many different features and options. Sony launched the Cyber-shot DSC-T500
with high definition video recording. Features include dual photo and video capture mode which can take still images while recording a video. Creating HD movie clips is also another feature. NASA hasn't stopped its research
into digital photography. Inventions
of new cameras are still moving ahead. Th THE END! THE END!
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