closed before removing the dark slide.
corrected on one plane; for example, when you take a
three-quarter photograph of a building, only the front or
side can be corrected at a time, not both in the same
of still-electronic cameras is basically the same as
conventional cameras. The only difference between
these cameras is the way the images are recorded and
stored. There are two different types of electronic
cameras used currently in the Navy: the still-video
camera and the digital camera.
The ProMavica records images as magnetic
impulses on a compact 2-inch still-video floppy disk.
The images are captured on the disk by using two-CCD
(charge-coupled device) chips. One chip stores
luminance information, and the other separately records
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