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The exception to this is the mirrorless or Compact System camera, which uses a digital viewfinder instead of an optical one.This means there’s no need for the mirror system, saving space and weight.We also don’t discuss technical performance parameters, like the correct prop blade angle of attack.

You hardly need me to explain what makes Polaroid so special, as we all know them for producing hand-shake inducing instant pictures. CLICK HERE if you want to capture breathtaking images, without the frustration of a complicated camera.

What makes the SX-70 so special though is the fact that it folds flat, which is no easy feat for an instant SLR film camera. It's my training video that will walk you how to use your camera's functions in just 10 minutes - for free!

Here’s a photo I took on mine recently: Something interesting about this camera is that it’s so compact, the lens ‘folds’ into the camera, and the hotshoe is on the bottom as there’s no space on top.

Check out this video I made of my one: This mechanical camera was Olympus’s conscious step towards making pro-level cameras which were more compact and usable.

These were very popular cameras with students because they were a great camera to learn on, having just enough features to provide flexibility and control without too many confusing extras, plus they were sturdy cameras that lasted for ages.

It continued to be manufactured for 15 years with some variations such as the OM-1MD and OM-1n being produced over the course of its production run.Sure, brands such as Leica are famous for their quality and prestige, but so are many of the cameras on this list.Some of the sharpest images I’ve ever captured have been on a film camera that cost me less than 0.A racing drone is a small quadcopter unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that is purpose-built to compete in FPV (first person view) racing events held in most major cities around the world.See the list of drone events below, for more details on these.When the Rollei 35 was released in 1966, it was the smallest existing 35mm camera on the market, and still today it remains the second smallest.

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