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My Guess On How a Camera Works

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Okay, this is my guess on how a camera works:

We all see light and color as it reflects and refracts. The light our camera sees is from the glass that it is refracted from through the several glass elements measured in the various sizes. Light then strikes a sensor that captures the light elements then it scans the light elements. Electricity passing through the camera from the battery gives the camera the ability to encode this striked light. The striked light then goes through several variations of software code and several variations of color depending on the technology and software of the camera. The light produces an image that is then stored in many variations of codes written on the material of the circuit board inside an SD card if there is too much stuff written on the material you can not take any more images. After the storage, the image is shown on the camera's screen which is there because of many signals of the leds of that screen. How you determine how much light or how much less light is through the ISO, shutter speed, and Aperture in this process.

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Cameras convert ideas, planning, setup, teamwork, passion, skill, practice, attitude, and luck into files on a hard-drive.  Then editing software converts vision, taste, timing, essence, persistence, and files on the hard drive into a finished film.

This is why a great camera makes no improvement to a bad situation, and a bad camera takes only a small amount away from a lot of hard work and dedication.

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3 hours ago, Adam Kuźniar said:

how a camera works:

light

sensor

electricity

01010101

 

Exactly that is what it is in simplest terms. And the reason why the sensor captures light to form an image is because the sensor has special diodes that work like a scanner and a solar panel that reads the light then reacts to it. There has to be plenty of light for the sensor to do this process correctly. Basically what a digital camera is is a robotic eye with a mechanical brain.

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7 hours ago, kye said:

Cameras convert ideas, planning, setup, teamwork, passion, skill, practice, attitude, and luck into files on a hard-drive.  Then editing software converts vision, taste, timing, essence, persistence, and files on the hard drive into a finished film.

This is why a great camera makes no improvement to a bad situation, and a bad camera takes only a small amount away from a lot of hard work and dedication.

Actually taste counts for a LOT and that includes taste in camera images.

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actually, youre all wrong.

a digital camera is a lightproof box that houses a tremendous number of little creatures that paint the pictures – theyre kind of a cross between the so-called dmt "machine elves" and the south park underpants gnomes

anyway, thats the amount of bits that your camera has. the more bits (gnomes) it has, the more expensive it is, and then the gnomes can draw faster, better pictures.

its p simple really

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10 hours ago, BTM_Pix said:

Canon ones have a special gnome prison in theirs where they keep all the dissident gnomes that want to paint on the whole area of the canvas instead of just the fenced off area in the middle.

Really old gnomes whose eyesight is failing and have trembling hands. The young strong gnomes went to work for Sony and Panasonic.

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guys, i dont think u get how a camera *works*, still

the gnomes are scared of the light, they hate it. so they run around painting the pictures while the shutter is open, because theyre basically slaves

anyway, if you take off your lens, you wont see them. they hide

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