Compact Digital Cameras

The most common type of digital camera (see Figure 1.5) includes a built-in lens and flash unit, an LCD monitor for viewing images, and an optical viewfinder—a small window for viewing the scene—above the lens that will actually take the picture. Although cameras of this type are often called point-and-shoot models, this term is valid only for the inexpensive, basic models. Consequently, I'll refer to cameras with a built-in lens as compact cameras to distinguish them from the larger SLR models that accept interchangeable lenses.

Get Paid to Take Digital Photos

Get Paid to Take Digital Photos

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