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  • Using A Digital CameraConventional PhotographyVersusDigital Photography

    Created by Malcolm Fowler

  • Setting A Conventional CameraAutomaticShutter speedAperture settingFocusMetering method of evaluate, spot or centre weightedShoot

    Manual Add On or SettingsMotor driveFlashDelay shutter settingTime exposureAperture priorityShutter priorityZoom lensClose up lens

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  • Setting A Digital CameraManualMotor drive (Simulated)Flash setting (Red eye, off, synchro)Delay shutter settingTime exposureAperture priorityShutter priorityZoom lensEngage macro mode Automatic Programme modes Metering method as before Squeeze the shutter slowly Shoot

    Menu settings Image quality Image format Image bracketing White balance Film speed (ISO setting) Colour space Colour vividness Sharpness Digital zoom Image stitching Image numbering Auto rotate Time on screen Battery saver (shutdown)

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  • Storage Memory card storage devices Sony memory stick(A) Smart media(B) XD cards(C) Compact flash cards(D) Secure digital(E) Micro drives(F)

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  • Variations of StorageCompact flash cards come in two types.Type IType IICF Type II cards looks exactly the same as a Type I.Apart from the thickness.Type II cannot be used in a Type I camera slot.Micro drives can only be used in a Type II camera slot.

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  • Variations of StorageSony memory sticks come in two varieties too the standard and Pro duo.

    You will need the adaptor to use it in an older camera

    There is a speed advantage with the new card it can deliver up to 80Mb/sec on high speed devices

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  • Comparing the transfer speeds SanDisk Extreme IV deliver read/write speeds of 40 Mb/sec SanDisk Extreme III deliver read/write speeds of 20 Mb/sec (A) SanDisk Ultra II deliver read/write speeds of 10 Mb/sec(B)

    Cards may provide the capacity but not always the data write speed This old Lexar card has a 1Gb capacity but write speed of 20 Mb/sec

    Compared to the Extreme IV with a write speed of 40 Mb/secSpeed of storage devices

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