To complete this worksheet, you will need to access the class text book units.
NOTE: As of 2016-17, you do NOT need to complete this worksheet. You have ended up here in error. Report the incorrect link and go here instead and read the instructions at the top of that page.
Review Camera Types Presentation to help you complete the Camera Type column. You do NOT need to do the Polaroid.
This will be a grade for the 2nd 6 weeks. Also, check out: http://www.ted.photographer.org.uk/camera_types.htm for additional info.
Applied Photo Textbook Units on these types of cameras to find your answers:
If you are ON campus, please use the RUN command: \\172.17.180.35\public\Scans, manuals, articles, books, examples, etc\Applied Photo Text Book
If you are OFF campus, please go to: http://staff.beaumont.k12.tx.us/gloker/Documents/book to open the PDF for each of the units below.
You could also use the actual book...under Monitor 3. Check out for home use if no internet at home)
Pinhole: Unit 7
Viewfinder: Unit 8 - p. 49
SLR: Unit 9 - p. 55
Twin Lens: Unit 10 - p. 63
View: Unit 11 - p. 68
Polaroid - Do NOT fill out the Polaroid column
Also, check out: http://www.ted.photographer.org.uk/camera_types.htm
Which cameras generally have Focus Controls?
Which cameras generally have interchangeable lenses?
Answers to Camera Types Worksheet (Please do NOT refer to the answers until AFTER you have attempted to answer each question, really. If not a link yet...seriously, try to answer on your own. It doesn't have to be perfect, because so many of the answers can vary...just try to answer on your own. There is more merit in attempting to answer and being wrong than just copying somebody else's answers.)
Camera Types Summary: Advantages and Disadvantages of each type
Outside website listing out the Types of Cameras