Choosing a Digital Camcorder
In recent years, the choice of a digital video camera has become an increasingly difficult task: the number of models and formats has been increasing and continues to grow, more…

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“The camera should be small and light.”
On the experience of using Canon C300 and C500 cameras when shooting documentaries At the end of 2013, documentary director Vitaly Mansky and I began working on a picture of…

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Sony Alpha 7R IV test: a first look
Sony ILCE-7RM4 Feature Overview Sony Alpha 7R IV became the first serial full-frame camera to break through the psychological barrier of 50 megapixels. The camera took this height with a…

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inventions

“Imagine a world without limits. What would you create in it? ”

When we talk about Carl Zeiss, we mean the word “Legend.” Indeed, thanks to the optics of the company, the world’s first man stepped on the moon was photographed. All Hollywood movies go through Carl Zeiss optics, and Google Earth cameras take pictures of the surface of the earth with ZEISS lenses. Thanks to the company’s microscopes, medical scientists discerned red blood cells and received the Nobel Prize.

“When you write a story with light and shadow. When you feel the fullness of life by each cell. When a new life is born in the world. At this moment, we are working for you. ”

Carl Zeiss is a world leader, developer and supplier of the world’s best optics, which finds its widest application where high precision is required. Since the mid-19th century, the world-famous company has honored traditions in the production of microscopes, lenses, rangefinders, optical sights and binoculars, setting the pace of the industry in the field of optics. This is the greatest manufacturer who knows absolutely everything: from micro and macro parts to large marine engines and wind turbines. Continue reading

The most recognizable camera in the world

The history of Polaroid began in 1922 at the Mouven Summer Camp for Boys, which was located on a lake in Connecticut. Barney Griden worked as a mentor in the camp, he was passionate about physics and later patented eight inventions for scuba diving.

Barney demonstrated scientific experiments to teenagers, woke them in the middle of the night to show a thunderstorm and explain its nature. Seen experiments so influenced his students that in the future many of them took up science.

The most famous among those students was Edwin Land, he patented 535 inventions – only Thomas Edison received more patents. Land’s inventions include a polarizer, an X-ray film, 3D films, night vision devices for the army, and much more. The scientist led the development of the U2 spy plane when he was an adviser to U.S. President Dwight Continue reading

“The camera should be small and light.”
On the experience of using Canon C300 and C500 cameras when shooting documentaries At the end of 2013, documentary director Vitaly Mansky and I began working on a picture of…

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Review of the Canon EOS R mirrorless camera
Zero-zoom cameras are no longer news in the world of digital technology. And many were waiting for Canon's first mirrorless camera. I have often heard that with the capabilities of…

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Standard Definition Video Recording Formats
First of all, it should be noted that, without exception, all modern digital video cameras use certain compression algorithms and compression of the original video, and the “recording format” just…

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Technical characteristics of modern camcorders
In this part of the article we will talk about what characteristics of modern video cameras should be taken into account when choosing, as well as try to answer the…

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