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    specializes in optics and imaging products such as still cameras, single-lens reflex cameras, camera lenses, binoculars, microscopes and many more. The company runs in four sections with one being imaging products, and the rest being precision equipment, instruments, and others (Market Publishers, 2015) The corporation’s headquarters is located in Tokyo, Japan (Nikon Corporation, 2011) In the year 1917 three leading optical manufacturers joined together and formed a wide-ranging, fully integrated optical corporation called Nippon Kōgaku Tōkyō K.K (Nikon Corporation, 2014). In 1988, the company’s name was changed to Nikon Corporation…

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    in the home appliances area (i.e. kitchen, phones, beauty, etc.), and if they were not customers they were employees. The first aisle that I went to was the video game aisle. While in this aisle I noticed that there was a lot of men/boys looking for games, and of course there was no females in sight. Throughout the time that I was in the aisle I got strange stares from the men/boys around me when I was not with my nephew, plus I was carrying/searching around some video games The last section…

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    copies the hermit crabs, digging swiftly and ducking into the sand as the tide came. As the tide flowed over, the baby bird was able to locate all the calms beneath the sand. This excited the baby bird and resulted in the baby bird to start digging quickly and efficiently to not only provide food for itself, but also for its mother and the other birds within its flock. This short exhibits that we should not give up right away, and supports that if we continue to strive towards a goal: we can…

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    Although camera inventions of the 17th and 18th century established the base of photography, it took another 50 years before the camera became available for everyday consumers. With the invention of modern photographic film technology in 1901 by George Eastman and the first mass-market camera, the Brownie, in 1901, photography became a phenomenon on its own and the vast majority of the population became fascinated by it (Oliver, 2007). Shortly after its introduction to the market the demand and…

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    Dating back to 1839, the earliest camera known was called the camera obscura, it was used in ancient times to project an image. Leonardo Da Vinci actually wrote the first detailed description on the camera obscura in the 15th century, describing how its a box with a pinhole on one side and a glass screen on the other. Da Vinci also states, "No image, even of the smallest object, enters without being flipped upside down." The first photograph wasn 't taken until February 3, 1826 by a man named…

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    Legacy Still Lives On

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    Polaroid revolutionized photography, and it has definitely changed the way we think about pictures forever.Today’s society uses Polaroid cameras for a lot of things.Especially for taking Polaroid pictures.These special cameras are used just to take pictures.We use Ordinary cameras for Vlogging, Photography, capturing memories etc.Cameras are especially used if you are a YouTuber, for recording your video’s and such.The difference between the first Polaroid camera and the most recent one is...…

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    Executive Summary Polaroid Corporation was established in 1937 by Edwin H. Land which is the former founder of this corporation. Polaroid is an American international and eyewear consumer electronics company. It is very well known with its creation of instant film cameras, which starting to be launched in the market in 1948 and be the first company to introduce such product. By the late 1980, Polaroid was vulnerable for takeover due to certain reasons which are low profit of the company, carried…

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    Today, I decided to play with my own camera of the ESO Canon. I thought that I have learned manual setting on my mentor’s Leica camera. So I wanted to try with my own camera, since it came with manual settings. First, I tried set different ISO, aperture, and shutter-speed numbers. I have to be honest that it wasn’t easy, because I couldn’t tell if is too dark or too bright. I just had to do my best to guess the ISO and shutter speed. With my first try, the first picture was too dark, so I turn…

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    I soon found that I knew everything our teacher planned for us to learn and wanted to do something more. Every Friday I brought my own camera to school, a Nikon d7000, to photograph the pep rally, students in my school, and later the football game and crowd. I wanted to share my work and created a page for the high school showcasing pictures from the game and students. It was a hit. Before long I was Tivy Photography, people I had never met before were asking me to photograph them Friday night.…

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    On October 4th, 1888, George Eastman had patented a new camera. This camera was incredibly easy to use, easy to carry, and affordable to middle class; costing about twenty five dollars for the camera and ten dollars for film and development. The camera was a black leather box about sixteen by nine by eight centimeters. It was handheld and had a fifty-seven millimeter lens. (Steidl 9) This camera was the Kodak Camera. In 1900 Eastman now came out with the Brownie Camera. It was a six-exposure…

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