Medium Format Camera

Some articles on camera, format, medium format, cameras, medium:

Hasselblad - Company History - Fuji, Shriro, Imacon, and The Digital Age
... In 1998, Hasselblad began selling the XPan, a camera designed and made in Japan by Fujifilm ... In 2002, they introduced the H-System, retroactively renaming their original camera line the V-System ... It dropped the traditional Hasselblad square negative format, instead using 6×4.5 cm film and a new series of lenses ...
Medium Format (film) - Digital Medium Format
... Digital photography came to the medium format world with the development of digital camera backs, which can be fitted to many system cameras ... Digital backs are a type of camera back that have electronic sensors in them, effectively converting a camera into a digital camera ... as 40 times the size of the chip in a typical pocket point-and-shoot camera) they deliver more pixels than consumer-grade cameras, and have lower noise ...
File Allocation Table - Technical Design - Boot Sector
... they will have to fall back to the DOS 1.x method to detect the format via the media byte in the FAT (in logical sector 1) 0x003 8 OEM Name (padded with spaces 0x20) ... "␠OGACIHC" for "Chicago") even on a seemingly read-only disk access (such as a DIR A) if the medium is not write-protected ... values explained above, this may, depending on the actual BPB format and contents, cause MS-DOS/PC DOS, Windows 95/98/SE/ME and OS/2 to no longer recognize a medium and throw error messages despite ...

Famous quotes containing the words camera and/or medium:

    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)

    As a medium of exchange,... worrying regulates intimacy, and it is often an appropriate response to ordinary demands that begin to feel excessive. But from a modernized Freudian view, worrying—as a reflex response to demand—never puts the self or the objects of its interest into question, and that is precisely its function in psychic life. It domesticates self-doubt.
    Adam Phillips, British child psychoanalyst. “Worrying and Its Discontents,” in On Kissing, Tickling, and Being Bored, p. 58, Harvard University Press (1993)