Introduction to Camera Lenses PT1

There are loads of camera lenses out there, zooms, super zooms, prime, macro, wide... but what are they all for, what do they do and when should you use them...

Kodak smart lens cameras try to take on Sony - Gizmag

The Kodak PixPro SL10 and SL25 look, and appear to work, a lot like the Sony QX lens cameras. As self-contained lens-style cameras, they have everything needed to take and store images (though without a display to compose and review shots). As with the Sony ones, they're designed to be used with a smartphone which acts as the monitor, and can be used to wirelessly control the lenses....

Source: Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

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