JAR­GON BUSTER

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Me­gapix­els – This is the res­o­lu­tion of the cam­era’s sen­sor and de­ter­mines how large you can print your shots. Fu­ji­film’s 24.3MP sen­sor can print at up to 42.33x63.5cm. FPS – Frames Per Sec­ond. OIS – Op­ti­cal Im­age Sta­bil­i­sa­tion is a spe­cial fea­ture that some lenses adopt to re­duce cam­erashake when shoot­ing hand-held. EVF – Elec­tronic Viewfind­ers are what mir­ror­less cam­eras use to show you what the cam­era will take a pic­ture of.

RAW – This file type lit­er­ally means the raw data from the cam­era. Any cam­era worth its salt gives you the op­tion to shoot RAW for more op­tions when you’re edit­ing. JPEG – The uni­ver­sal dig­i­tal pic­ture file for­mat that pro­vides a good bal­ance be­tween low file size and great qual­ity. CSC – Com­pact Sys­tem Cam­era. Does away with the mov­ing mir­ror which makes SLR cam­eras big and heavy, but still has in­ter­change­able lenses.

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