Images and Photos Before, Now, and in the Coming Years

Video cameras have now been a staple in every tech addicts treasure trove of gadgetry. Along with their mobile phones, tablet computers, and music players, cameras have always held a special place in tech geeks’ hearts. From capturing random moments, to recording funny scenes with friends or family, there’s someone ready to whip out a camera and take it all in.
Today, gone are the film-based cameras of the past. Now we have digital cameras with countless features and capabilities. Some have video recording capabilities and different scene settings. Storage is no longer a problem, as compared to the limited 24 or 36 shots that we could do before, as memory cards have been developed to be able to storage tons of photos and videos. High resolution and megapixel ratios have also provided us with clean, clear, and crisp images that the gadgets of old have never been able to provide us.
Digital cameras have also been used to create indie or low budget films. Now, even wannabe film makers with “”low-tech”” equipment can record and produce quality films as if they were made from a big budget production studio. Of course, who can forget “”The Blair Witch Project”” and “”Paranormal Activity””, films that were shot using non-standard filming equipment.
Photo capture technology have also invaded the harshest of environments. From the ocean floor to the cold mountain tops, we are able to capture images and video that technology did not allow us to do. This was before the time of waterproofing and elemental resistance of hardware against the forces of nature. Of course, the development of photo capture technology has not escaped space organizations, as NASA has produced very vivid photographs of our neighboring planets, stars, and other heavenly bodies.
So what’s next in the advancement of video cameras? 3D camcorders have already been developed, adding a new sense of realism to videos. What about holographic video cameras? Is that too far-fetched to consider? Imagine a future where we could interact with images and videos as if we are ourselves immersed in the moment. Our limitations are only bound by our imagination, and with those dedicated in providing us with the best product and service that technology can provide us, it seems as if that limit would not be reached anytime soon.
In this world of social media, where we can instantly share our thoughts and lives to millions of people across the world, digital cameras have become a way of life. As technology continues to adapt and provide us with functions that we have only dreamt of, we will find ways to evolve along with it. As camera technology advances at an uncanny rate, the future will be all about capturing the past, and the past will look great.

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