Since digital is now the prevailing type of camera, why do we still need to use the word digital when describing them? A decade ago when they were first coming onto the scene and film was still the primary format, it made sense. But now a film camera is a rare find.
I wonder how long it will be before people will assume a camera is digital when they hear the term “Camera”. Or is this already happening? Will I then need to change the name of this website to LeggNet’s
Today’s image is one of the first cameras I ever used. It is the Kodak Brownie my father received from his grandparents as a graduation gift in 1950. In case you can’t tell, it is not digital.
Canon 30D, Canon 70-200 f/4L lens – 1/15 second, f/4, ISO 100