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Swing-lens camera


Autofocus cameras


Full-frame cameras


High-speed cameras


Point-and-shoot cameras


Still video cameras


Toy Cameras


Battery grip

A battery grip is an accessory for an SLR/DSLR, which allows the camera to hold multiple batteries to extend the battery life of the camera, and adds a vertical grip with an extra shutter release, facilitating the shooting of portrait photography ...


Depth-of-field adapter

A depth-of-field adapter is used to achieve shallow depth of field on a video camera whose fixed lens or interchangeable lens selection is limited or economically prohibitive at providing such effect. A DOF adapter could theoretically be used on ...


Image trigger

An image trigger initiates the capture of single or multiple frames of a digital camera by analysing the signals of its sensor. For capturing and analysing of fast moving objects e.g. as in quality control of production lines modern high speed ca ...


Motor drive

A motor drive, in the field of photography, is a powered film transport mechanism. Historically, film loading, advancing, and rewinding were all manually driven functions. The desires of professional photographers for more efficient shooting, par ...


Canon EOS M2

Similar to its predecessor, the Canon EOS M, the EOS M2 uses the Canon EF-M lens mount, an 18 megapixel APS-C sensor and a DIGIC 5 image processor. The newer EOS M2 adds phase detection autofocus for improved autofocus speed, plus integrated Wi-F ...


Full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera


Pentax Q series

The Pentax Q series is a series of mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras made by Pentax and introduced in 2011 with the initial model Pentax Q. As of September 2012, it was the worlds smallest, lightest interchangeable lens digital camera. The ...


List of Sony E-mount cameras

Sony released the following E-mount cameras since 2010. The E stands for the Eighteen mm flange distances of the E-mount cameras. Depending on type and model E-mount cameras are part of the Sony α, SmartShot, Handycam, NXCAM or XDCAM systems. Lis ...


List of Sony α cameras

Sony offers a number of interchangeable-lens cameras in its α line. The line has featured cameras employing three different imaging technologies and two mounts: Digital single-lens reflex cameras DSLR – early α models with three-digit model numbe ...


Sony ILCE-5100


Canon 7

The Canon 7 was a rangefinder system camera produced by Canon Inc., the last compatible with the Leica M39 lens mount. It was introduced in September 1961, with an integrated Selenium meter cell. Further versions, branded Canon 7s and Canon 7s Ty ...


Canon II

The Canon rangefinders of the late 1940s and early 1950s are Leica-compatible screw-mount cameras. Many were brought to the U.S. by servicemen who bought them while visiting Japan during the Korean War. Typically these were mounted with a 50mm Se ...


Canon VT

The Canon VT is a rangefinder camera released by Canon in 1956. Until then, Canon had a history of making slightly modified Leica copies. The release of the VT showed for the first time that Canon could be a leader in 35mm rangefinder design. Can ...


Contax I

The Contax I, or Original Contax, is a 35 mm rangefinder camera made between 1932 and 1936 by Zeiss Ikon. The Contax I had six identifiable variants, but fundamentally identical; every aspect was designed to outperform the Leica. For instance, th ...


Contax T

The Contax T camera line consists of a number of compact cameras sold by Kyocera under the Contax brand. They were introduced between 1984 and 2002. The T, T2, and T3 use 35mm film and have a fixed 35 mm wide-angle lens. The T-VS, T-VS II, and T- ...


Fuji TX-mount cameras


Kodak 35 Rangefinder

The Kodak 35 Rangefinder is an improved version of the Kodak 35 that was launched by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1938 as their first 35mm camera manufactured in the USA. After some two years, the Company presented this improved Kodak 35 camera, ...


Kodak Retina IIIS


Konica KM-mount cameras


Leica M4-2


Leica M4-P


Leica M6 A


Leica M6 TTL


Leica MD


Leica MD-2


Leica MDa


Leica MP 6


Leica MP2


Leitz Minolta CL


Leica M-mount cameras


Mamiya 6

The Mamiya 6 is a medium-format rangefinder system camera manufactured by Mamiya. It was introduced in 1989, and the line was discontinued in 1995. The coupled viewfinder windows displays frame lines appropriate to the lens mounted. The lens moun ...


Mamiya 7

The Mamiya 7 has a coupled viewfinder window which displays frame lines appropriate to the lens mounted, but only for the 65 mm, 80 mm, and 150 mm lenses. The 43 mm, 50 mm, and 210 mm lenses require an external viewfinder to be inserted into the ...


Mamiya Six

The Mamiya Six, also known as the Mamiya-6, is a series of folding medium-format rangefinder cameras manufactured by Mamiya between 1940 and the late 1950s. The cameras captured twelve 6 cm × 6 cm images on 120 film rolls. Some later models could ...


Mamiya Press

The Mamiya Press is a line of medium-format rangefinder system camera manufactured by Mamiya. The first model was introduced in 1960, and the final model was discontinued in the 1970s. It was targeted at the professional press photography market, ...


Minolta AL-F

The Minolta AL-F was a rangefinder camera launched by Minolta in 1967. The AF had an automatic mode for flash photography "Easy Flash". Therefore, it had a guide number selector. A hot shoe for the flash gave further ease of flash usage. For manu ...


Minolta M-mount cameras


Nikon I (camera)


Nikon M


Nikon (camera)


Nikon S


Nikon S-mount cameras


Minolta AF-SLR cameras


Nikon AF-SLR cameras

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