ASSIGNMENT 3
Textbook Assignment:
"Still cameras and Controls."
Pages 4-1 through 4-31.
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
Learning Objective:
Recognize
similarities and differences
among the various categories of
cameras and the advantages and
disadvantages of each.
Which of the following size cameras
is most suitable for an assignment
that requires a large number of
exposures that must be taken in
rapid succession?
1.
35mm
2.
2 1/4 x 2 3/4
3.
4x5
4.
8x10
Which of the following systems
allows you to focus and compose
with a picture-taking lens?
1.
Rangefinder
2.
TTL
3.
SLR
4.
PMS
On an SLR camera the focal length
is fixed and cannot be changed.
1.
True
2.
False
What size film is used in a medium-
format camera?
1.
35mm only
2.
120 only
3.
220 only
4.
120 and 220
What size of camera is most
suitable for retaining maximum
detail in the negative?
1.
35mm
2.
6cn x 7cn
3.
4x5
4.
8x10
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Learning Objective:
Identify
various focusing systems and
the importance of subject focus
within a scene.
3-6.
Which of the following focusing
systems should you use when the
subject must be photographed to
exact scale?
1.
TTL
2.
Ground glass
3.
SLR
4.
Rangefinder
3-7.
Of the following focusing systems,
which one is least suitable for
photographing a football game?
1.
SLR
2.
Rangefinder
3.
Ground glass
4.
Focusing scale
3-8.
Which of the following focusing
systems does NOT permit you to see
depth of field in the viewfinder?
1.
SLR
2.
TLR
3.
Ground glass
4.
Rangefinder
3-9.
As a Navy Photographer's Mate, you
want everything in your photographs
to be in sharp focus.
1.
True
2.
False
3-10.
What type of focusing should you
use to draw attention to the
subject in a photograph?
1.
Selective
2.
Chosen
3.
Pointed
4.
Impulse

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