A look at the art and science of creating the digital cameras we use today, from tiny pocket models to pro D-SLR systems
By Mike Stensvold
Published June 1, 2007
There’s more to designing a camera than just figuring out how to fit all the stuff the marketing and engineering people want into a light-tight box. A camera must meet the required feature and performance specs, of course, but these days, it also must be user-friendly and attractive.
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