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mdelites19
a 5mp autofocus or an 8mp full focus
and compare everything about fixed focus and autofocus.
ashu5230
5 mp with autofocus

autofocus = the camera has to do the focusing for you just press the shutter button. autofocus is needed especially in the camera with zoom lens, ex. 28mm to 80mm (focal length). coz the camera need to adjust its aperture and shutter speed to capture sharp image everytime you change the focal length.

manual focus = is the other type of focusing technique, wherein youre the one who do the calibration to capture sharp image. applicable with zoom lens also.

fixed focus = in my idea is a type of camera with a fixed lens for example 28mm and wherever you shot, exposure has the same appearance. because the aperture, shutter and focal is the same at every shot. example of this type is the traditional point and shot 35mm film type camera.
san-sagar
Got it from ashu. . .
towfeequmar007
QUOTE (ashu5230 @ Aug 31 2011, 07:52 PM) *
5 mp with autofocus

autofocus =the camera has to do the focusing for you just press the shutter button. autofocus is needed especially in the camera with zoom lens, ex. 28mm to 80mm (focal length). coz the camera need to adjust its aperture and shutter speed to capture sharp image everytime you change the focal length.

manual focus= is the other type of focusing technique, wherein youre the one who do the calibration to capture sharp image. applicable with zoom lens also.

fixed focus = in my idea is a type of camera with a fixed lens for example 28mm and wherever you shot, exposure has the same appearance. because the aperture, shutter and focal is the same at every shot. example of this type is the traditional point and shot 35mm film type camera.

You got it
AFRODITTA
hmmmmmmmmm
uf168
QUOTE (ashu5230 @ Aug 31 2011, 06:22 PM) *
5 mp with autofocus

autofocus = the camera has to do the focusing for you just press the shutter button. autofocus is needed especially in the camera with zoom lens, ex. 28mm to 80mm (focal length). coz the camera need to adjust its aperture and shutter speed to capture sharp image everytime you change the focal length.

manual focus = is the other type of focusing technique, wherein youre the one who do the calibration to capture sharp image. applicable with zoom lens also.

fixed focus = in my idea is a type of camera with a fixed lens for example 28mm and wherever you shot, exposure has the same appearance. because the aperture, shutter and focal is the same at every shot. example of this type is the traditional point and shot 35mm film type camera.


Great info,(Thanks ashu). Follow to ashu
SkyBird9
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uf168
QUOTE (ashu5230 @ Aug 31 2011, 06:22 PM) *
5 mp with autofocus

autofocus = the camera has to do the focusing for you just press the shutter button. autofocus is needed especially in the camera with zoom lens, ex. 28mm to 80mm (focal length). coz the camera need to adjust its aperture and shutter speed to capture sharp image everytime you change the focal length.

manual focus = is the other type of focusing technique, wherein youre the one who do the calibration to capture sharp image. applicable with zoom lens also.

fixed focus = in my idea is a type of camera with a fixed lens for example 28mm and wherever you shot, exposure has the same appearance. because the aperture, shutter and focal is the same at every shot. example of this type is the traditional point and shot 35mm film type camera.


Thanks for info.
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