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... narrow slits) had stalled traditional cloth horizontal-travel FP shutters for 35 mm cameras at 1/1000 sec ... The fastest FP shutter ever used in a film camera was the 1/12,000 sec ... The first autoexposure still camera was the non-SLR Kodak Super Kodak Six-20 (USA) of 1938 with a mechanical system controlling both aperture and shutter speed via trapped-needle method coupled to ...
... Capture One supports a vast range of raw image files from both DSLRs (Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony etc.) and medium-format cameras (Phase One, Leaf, Mamiya etc.) ... was last updated in 2005 and does not support many raw files from cameras released subsequently ... The Windows Camera Codec pack allows native viewing of raw-format files from 120 digital SLR cameras from multiple manufacturers in Windows Explorer and Windows Live Photo Gallery, in ...
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... On November 30, 2010, Elcomsoft announced that the encryption system used by Canon cameras to ensure that pictures and EXIF metadata have not been altered ... of the Soviet Union on the moon all the images pass Canon's authenticity verification ...
... first all multicoated (Super-Multi-Coated) lenses for consumer cameras for M42 screw mount Asahi Pentax SLRs ... They became standard for high quality cameras by the early 1950s ... systems) that electronically set either the camera shutter speed or lens aperture from light meter readings once the other was manually set began with the Electro Spotmatic ...
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