Advancement of Camera Essay

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Advancements of the Camera
Advancements of the Camera

Introduction to the Humanities- HUMN303
Course Project
6/12/2011
Introduction to the Humanities- HUMN303
Course Project
6/12/2011
Sony
The Camera, an invention that has evolved through many generations of technology is the camera; which not only has been used to capture pretty pictures and portraits, but it has become something that benefits many people including the business world.

Sony
The Camera, an invention that has evolved through many generations of technology is the camera; which not only has been used to capture pretty pictures and portraits, but it has become something that benefits many people including the business world.

Advancements of the Camera
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Cameras today have come a long way from the 1500’s for sure; many cameras have built in exposure meters that automatically set the camera’s controls. Photography is taking an increasingly in many fields of science; a lot of medical centers, dentists, laboratories use the cameras for x rays, fetal ultrasounds, echocardiograms, a lot medical equipment comes with an installed camera; the NASA uses digital cameras in the satellites (InfoBorder); Police when performing investigations about a crime scene use the camera for a picture of a body or evidence when trying to solve a crime; special high speed cameras can show the tiny humming bird in flight. These cameras can also reveal information about the path of a bullet as it leaves a gun. Underwater cameras provide information on sunken ships and underwater life. The use of camera also can be seen in all kind of businesses; photography helps them to promote their products and services, promote internal events, to make their employee batches, etc. It can be said that this invention has changed our society in a greater way.
In Kodak introduced a digital camera targeted at professionals and journalists. Kodak is credited with the invention of a pixel based camera technology known to us as the digital camera (InfoBorder). Digital cameras do not use film similar to their predecessor

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