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  • Note the differences in the clarity of the higher resolution image versus the lower resolution image.
  • Camera Lens

    1. 1. Presented By:- RAJANISH KUMAWAT 10ESOEC092 4TH YEAR, VIITH SEM A PRACTICAL TRAINING AT DOORDARSHAN KENDRA, JAIPUR Topic Covered:-
    2. 2. KEY ASPECTS:-  Doordarshan is an Indian public service broadcaster.  It is owned and operated by Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation.  It is one of the largest broadcasting organisations in India in terms of the studio and transmitter infrastructure.  It was started in Delhi on 15 September 1959 as experimental, and its regular transmission started in 1965.  Its Head office is located in New Delhi, India.
    3. 3.  The DD provides television, radio, online and mobile services throughout India.  Presently, Doordarshan operates 21 channels including DD National, DD News and DD Sports.  The network features some original programming, such as dramas, comedy-series, talk shows and re-runs of popular TV shows from other Indian television channels.  Live Coverage of national events like Independence Day, Republic Day Celebrations, Budget Presentation and other happenings of national and international importance are regularly carried on this channel.
    4. 4. KEY ASPECTS:-  DD Rajasthan is a state owned TV channel telecasting from Doordarshan Kendra Rajasthan.  On 1 August 1975, the first television broadcast was viewed by the people of Rajasthan under the Satellite  Doordarshan Kendra in Jaipur was set up on 1 June 1987 at Jhalana Doongri and transmission started on 6 July 1987.  Initially only 30 minutes of programming produced by this Kendra and this was gradually increased. Presently the Kendra originates about four hours of programming daily.  The channel covers 79% by population and 72% by area of Rajasthan.
    5. 5. A TV Camera consists of three sections:- a) A Camera lens: It selects a certain field of view and produces a small optical image of it on the face plate of pick up device. b) A transducer or pick up device: To convert optical image into an electrical signal. It is mounted inside the main head of camera. c) View Finder:- It shows a small video image of what the lens is seeing.
    6. 6. Television Camera lens Topic of interest
    7. 7.  Primary function of lens is to produce a sharp image of object on the face of camera imager.  To determine the magnification and size of the image.  To decide field of view.
    8. 8. Changing distance from the lens to object changes the size of the image and position of the image plane object o object o object o Real image Real image Real image lens lens lens f f f
    9. 9.  Focal length is the distance between optical center of the lens (and not the physical center) and the focal point.  Focal point is the point at which the light rays converge at the rear of the lens to produce perfectly focused image.  In a video camera it is the distance between face of the pick device and optical center of the lens.  Focal length will decide the amount of image magnification and field of view.
    10. 10. Wide angle Narrow angle Optical center Image plane Image plane Focal length Focal length (Short) (Large)
    11. 11. Resolution: Number of pixels captured by image sensor. Focus: To focus objects at various distances 3,4,5,7,10,15,30, infinity, in feet Zoom: To take long(lowest focal length) and tight shot (Highest focal length) Aperture: To control the amount of light entering camera F-stop: 1.4, 2.0, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, Back Focus: To keep long shot in focus while zooming out. Macro: To focus an object lying within Minimum Object Distance.
    12. 12.  Resolution: Resolution is number of pixels captured by the image sensor. Higher Resolution Image 300 ppi Lower Resolution Image 72 ppi
    13. 13. All cameras have a shutter between the lenses at the front and the film at the back. The shutter is mostly closed so that light cannot get to the film. When you press the button to take the photo, the shutter opens briefly and then closes again. The time for which the shutter is open is called the shutter speed. The shorter the time, the less light gets in. So, a shutter speed of 1/60th of a second lets in half the amount of light than a speed of 1/30th of a second.
    14. 14. Focus Poor focus Poor focus Average focus Good focus
    15. 15. Variable Focal Length Lens or Zoom lens  Zoom lens has variable focal length and changes focal length continuously without losing focusing . Typical zoom range from 12-72mm.  Zoom Ratio 6:1 can also be expressed as 6x. The zoom ratio can be 10x, 12x, 15x, 19x etc.  The greater the focal length, the narrower will be the field of view and the narrower the depth of field.
    16. 16. Action of Zoom Lens Focal length 165mmFocal length 80mm Focal length 40mmFocal length 8.7mm
    17. 17.  Aperture is required to control the amount of light entering the camera.  The amount of light is specified by F-number (=f/D).  The stop ring of the lens is marked with series of numbers with a ratio of under-root of 2: 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22
    18. 18. Aperture with various openings Fully Closed Fully Open Partially open Half open
    19. 19. F-stop=2.8 F-stop=4.0 F-stop=5.6 F-stop=8.0 Effect of Aperture (Iris)
    20. 20. F-stop=11 F-stop=16 F-stop=22 Iris Fully Closed Effect of Aperture (Iris)
    21. 21. Maximum to minimum distance within which the objects remain in focus With aperture fully opened With aperture partially open Depth of field
    22. 22.  Lens Aperture: Smaller the aperture or larger the f-stop number, more the depth of field. It is because with less aperture opening the light rays from the outer edges of lens are cut off, narrowing the maximum convergence angle at the focal point.  Camera to subject distance: Larger the distance of the subject from the camera, greater is the depth of the field  Focal length of the lens: As you increase the focal length of the lens (i.e. narrowing it’s angle of view), the image size increases, but the relative depth of field decreases. Lens stop and focusing distance remaining constant. Factor Affecting Depth of Field
    23. 23. Close-up or Macro lens enables us to take photographs of the objects closer than MOD. In Macro mode, zoom lenses cannot zoom. MACRO Without macro With macro
    24. 24. Wide Converter A wide converter is useful for getting a large number of people into one scene in a narrow space
    25. 25. Close-Up Lens A close-up lens is effective for close-up photography of, for example, flowers and insects.
    26. 26. UV Filter, Skylight filter A UV (ultraviolet) filter is nearly colorless. It absorbs short- wavelength ultraviolet rays that the naked eyes cannot see.
    27. 27. Extender Extender is mounted between the camera and the lens to enlarge the images of the subjects, or shoot more distant subjects

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