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Buy Camera Online – Best Cameras 2010 - Nikon D3x

Updated on November 11, 2015

Camera Obscura

An Arab man by the name Ibn al-Haytham from Iraqi may have been the first scientist to describe the earliest development of the camera in his camera obscura. The camera obscura was a whole large dark room with a small hole in one end - two or three people would get inside this camera. An inverted image would be projected through the hole and would be traced through the opposite wall.

Joseph Nicephore Niepce

But it was Joseph Nicephore Niepce of France who made the first photograph in 1814 by using a sliding wooden box camera. Niepce coated a pewter plate with bitumen and then exposed the plate to light. When bitumen was struck by light, the areas struck by light hardened and the unhardened areas were then dissolved away leaving a photograph. It is from here that the camera has been improved from shapes, sizes, speed, price, resolutions, etc, to fit the needs of the people.

Asahiflex 1954 - Asahi Optical Company of Pentax cameras had introduced the first Japanese Asahiflex SLR using 35mm film
Asahiflex 1954 - Asahi Optical Company of Pentax cameras had introduced the first Japanese Asahiflex SLR using 35mm film

George Eastman and Kodak

In 1885, George Eastman may have given the development of photography a big boost when he started producing photographic film. George Eastman’s first camera was called the Kodak. By 1952, the Asahi Optical Company of Pentax cameras had introduced the first Japanese Asahiflex SLR using 35mm film. From here, other Japanese camera manufacturers like Canon, Yashica and Nikon immediately entered the SLR market and it’s from here that photography become more commercial than never before.

Digital Cameras

In recent past, the digital cameras have become very popular and are revolutionizing the world of photography. The digital imagings are being utilized in very many different ways including being incorporated in cellular phones.

 

Future of Digital Photography

The future of digital photography is a trend that is likely not to go out of fashion sooner. You now can connect your camera to a printer without necessarily connecting to a computer. The digital camera will keep on getting better and better as better software and new features are incorporated in the camera of the future.

Nikon F Series

Since 1959 when Nikon came up with the Nikon F series which had a full line of interchangeable components and accessories as the first system camera, the need of the camera seems just to have started. Nikon did not stop there, but with their S series of rangefinder cameras, Nikon reputation as manufacturers of professional-quality cameras for the future is not questionable.

Nikon F Series 1959 - with a full line of interchangeable components and accessories was the first system camera.
Nikon F Series 1959 - with a full line of interchangeable components and accessories was the first system camera.

Nikon D3x Camera Costs $7500

Can you buy a camera for $7500? You better buy a car and the camera incorporated in your cell phone can do. After all, a camera is a camera. $7500 is not small money especially in today's economy. So how comes some people dare put their money in price tag of Nikon D3x camera? I think it’s because we are all different. A professional photographer will most likely go for this camera because he or she knows exactly what he or she is looking for.

Nikon D3x Camera - Best Camera 2009

And what if a professional photographer told you he’s buying a Nikon D3x camera online for $7500 because Nikon D3x is one of best cameras 2009 and that it offers the finest image quality in a DSLR the world has yet seen, and that Nikon D3x RAW files set a brand new standard for a DSLR that has surpassed the 1DsIII quality level? They can say whatever they may want to say but my financial status does not allow me to part with $7500 for a camera. I better go for a car.

Canon PowerShot SX20IS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch Articulating LCD
Canon PowerShot SX20IS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch Articulating LCD

Buy Canon PowerShot SX20IS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 20x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.5-inch Articulating LCD Here

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