What kind of camera do you recommend that will be able to weather humidity all day long in the jungles and not effect the camera being wet all the time?
Pictures of the cameras themselves, or pictures that were taken from the camera? If it is pictures of the cameras themselves, Google Images works fine. For pictures that wer…e taken from the camera, go to Flickr and type in the camera model to see its pictures.
long term effects is ....
Things remain damp and wet, and take longer time to dry when the atmosphere around them is damp and wet. Humidity is the amount of moisture or water vapour present in air at a…ny moment in time. On a humid day, the air is full of water vapour. As the air gets warmer, its capacity to hold the water vapour increases. As a result, conditions become more and more humid. Hence, wet clothes take longer time to dry on a humid day.
Of course not
Yes, all ATMs have security cameras, and the video evidence is admissible in court.
Most of the world's rainforests lie close to the equator. Becauseof this, the forest temperatures generally range from 70 to 90degrees year round. And, it is rare for a rainfo…rest to drop below75 percent humidity.
they all have lens.
If they really are USBs, then yes. However, some makes and models use a cable that's similar, but notthe same as an USB.
They take pictures. \nTake photos : )
No, not all cameras have pause buttons......
No, film single lens reflex (SLR) cameras exist, albeit obsolete. Currently all commercial single lens reflex cameras are digital, however, it may be possible to find a retail…er or more likely, a private seller in possession of a functional film SLR camera.
canon. sony. nikon. pentax. olympus. Panasonic (lumnix). kodak. this is not all of them
some of them are Kodak, Canon, Fujifilm, Samsung, Jazz, Sony, Nikon, and there are many more. and for some Film Cameras Miranda, Sanyo, and all of the above but Jazz
Most likely, the batteries have died and need to be replaced/recharged.
Lens - Something to let light in . Shutter - Something to control when the light comes in . "Film" - Something to capture the light on . Dark Box - Something to make sure o…nly the light from the lens comes in The lens controls aperture , the shutter controls shutter speed , the "film" (film, image sensor, etc.) controls ISO , and the dark box keeps the "film" from being exposed to unwanted light.
press the picture button every 30 seconds or so