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
For a professional who makes a living by taking pictures, a quality camera is all. However, for most people, it makes no sense to spend such an impressive amount. Therefore, even manufacturers from above have to compete in a very narrow niche of budget cameras. With the advent of smartphones, it has become even smaller, forcing them to go on tricks.
That is why today it is so easy to lure an inexperienced lover into traps set by market experts. In the end, few of them understand that buying a camera is the tip of the iceberg. Often a consumer who is lured by a low price buys only a “carcass” from a full-fledged camera. Only with time does it come to the realization that she still needs a full-fledged lens and flash. To avoid this, it is advisable to study the rating of budget cameras. Continue reading