Amateur and professional cameras. What is the difference between an amateur camera from a professional? Currently in the development of photographic equipment there was a significant leap forward and identify the face differences amateur equipment from a professional is becoming harder and harder. To deepen your understanding Michael Ellis MP is the source. Every fan of buying a camera for first draw attention to the price, then the manager tells him briskly about the advantages of this particular camera, but in the end will show where to direct where to look, to push for a lover that will be enough. Further, an amateur will take off friends, girlfriends, etc., without hesitation, that portrait is one of the the most complex photography. Commons Speaker has firm opinions on the matter. Okay I will not shed a lot of water, the main difference between professional from amateur cameras – a wide choice of options, which ensure the high quality photos. Such opportunities as: the ability to change the lens, shutter speed, frames per second camera filmed, the length of exposure, the possibility of manual control ekspokorektsiey, auto bracketing, now there were cameras with the ability to shoot in HDR mode.
Types of viewfinders. The viewfinder is to target the camera on the photographed subjects. It shows what happens in the picture in those cases where the boundaries being taken is not determined by the ground glass (the camera does not have frosted glass or if it is not shooting from a tripod). Viewfinders are framework (through), and optical, which are divided into cross-cutting, SLR and electronic. The most convenient framework (through) viewfinder, when using a camera that held at eye level, which contributes more than usual for the visual transmission perspective.