Camera Body

Some articles on cameras, camera body, body, camera:

Lenses For SLR And DSLR Cameras - Lens Mounts - Minolta AF Lens Mount
... In North America, Minolta began using the name 'Maxxum' for the SLR autofocus cameras, lenses and flashes while in Europe they were called 'Dynax', and in Asia the 'Alpha' branding was used ... autofocus computer and motor inside the camera body that mechanically connects to the internal focusing gears inside of the lens body ... Canon and Nikon) where the AF computer is inside the camera body and there is a digital interface connecting body to an electric motor and the focusing ...
Canon EF Lens Mount - Communication Protocol
... The communication protocol between the camera is 8-data-bit, 1-stop-bit SPI (mode 3) ... P-Gnd Power ground P-Gnd VDD +5.5 volts Digital logic power DCL Data from camera to the lens (MOSI) DLC Data from the lens to the camera (MISO) LCLK Camera body generated clock signal (SCLK ... the correct focal length and aperture to the camera body when mounted on a teleconverter ...
Swivel Lens
... that freely rotates while attached to a camera body ... They are used on some compact digital and video cameras (camcorders) ... These lenses make it easy for a photographer to aim a camera without moving around too much ...
Minolta SR Mount
... was the bayonet mounting system used in all 35mm SLR cameras made by Minolta with interchangeable manual focusing lenses ... and thus the automatic diaphragm may not work correctly on post-1961 cameras, and later MC/MD tabs may hit a screw of the front cover on earlier cameras. 1983-1998 X-600 mount extension reporting the maximum aperture of the lens to the camera body, which then engaged different auto focus ...

Famous quotes containing the words body and/or camera:

    The body dies; the body’s beauty lives.
    So evenings die, in their green going,
    A wave, interminably flowing.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    The camera relieves us of the burden of memory. It surveys us like God, and it surveys for us. Yet no other god has been so cynical, for the camera records in order to forget.
    John Berger (b. 1926)