Just stepped into the world of photography? Great choice! In this School-section, we've written detailed articles to help you learn about cameras, lenses, and the essential accessories that complement them. Whether you're just starting out or looking to expand your knowledge, there's something here for everyone. Dive into the sections below to better understand photography and the content of Lensora.

Articles that covers both Cameras and Lenses

Here, we chat about how cameras and lenses work together. Want to know if your camera and lens play well together? Or why some of them feel heavy? We've got answers. Plus, there are tips on keeping your gear clean, understanding their prices, and even some fun facts!

Autofocus motor in either camera or lens is important
Camera and Lens Weight
Canon Lens Compatibility Chart
Canon Lens Compatibility Checker
Canon Lens Mount Adapter EF-EOS M
Canon Lens Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
Cleaning your camera and lens
Fun Facts about Cameras and Lenses
Nikon Lens Compatibility Chart
Nikon Lens Compatibility Checker
Nikon Lens Mount Adapter FTZ
See if a camera and a lens can be combined
Tripod Mounts
Understand the MSRP value
Weather Sealing in Cameras and Lenses

Articles about Cameras

Cameras come in different shapes and sizes. We dig into the basics like what's the difference between a DSLR and a mirrorless camera. But we don't stop there. Dive into cool features like GPS, touchscreens, and how cameras save pictures. Whether you're new to photography or have some experience, this section has lots of useful info.

A Guide to External Flashes
Camera selection can affect the focal length
Camera selection can affect the focal length (Canon)
Camera selection can affect the focal length (Nikon)
CIPA and Battery Life Ratings in Cameras
Converting Pixels to Megapixels
Differences between DSLR Cameras and Mirrorless Cameras
GPS Accessories for Cameras
GPS Functionality in Cameras
Guide to Lens Mounts on Cameras
HDMI Output on Cameras
Headphone Port on Cameras
Image Processors in Cameras
Image Stabilization in Digital and Mirrorless Cameras
Mastering Autofocus Modes
Memory Card Options for Cameras
Microphone Port on Cameras
Remote Control Accessories
Remote Control Functionality
Self-Timer Functionality
Sensor Size and Format
Sensor Types in Cameras
Setting Up Custom White Balance in Your Camera
Time-Lapse Functionality
Touchscreens on Cameras
Uncompressed Picture Formats
Understand Exposure Compensation
Understand Live View in Cameras
Understanding Autofocus Points
Understanding Built-in Flash
Understanding Built-in Flash Range
Understanding Built-in Microphones
Understanding Built-in Speakers
Understanding Continuous Drive and FPS
Understanding ISO Settings in Cameras
Understanding Metering Modes on Cameras
Understanding Pixels in Cameras
Understanding Resolution in Cameras
Understanding Shutter Speed
Understanding the DSLR (Digital SLR Camera)
Understanding the Mirrorless Camera
Understanding Viewfinder Magnification
Understanding Viewfinder Types in Cameras
Video Recording Formats
Video Recording Modes
Video Recording Resolutions
Viewfinder Coverage
White Balance Presets
Wireless Accessories
Wireless Connection Options

Articles about Lenses

Lenses can be a bit tricky, but we're here to help. Find out what makes a lens great for close-ups or capturing wide scenes. Ever stood on a balcony and wondered which lens to use? We have practical examples for that! Learn about different types of lenses, and even get some tips if you're thinking of buying one.

Aperture value and depth of field
Aperture value and shutter speed
Camera Lens Anatomy
Filters - The Best Lens Protection
Focal length and field of view
Focal length examples from a balcony
Focal length examples from a high balcony
Focal length examples from the stands
Focal length examples in a living room
Focal length examples standing on a street
Image Stabilization in Camera Lenses
Images look different depending on focal length
Lens Types: Macro Lenses
Lens Types: Normal Lenses
Lens Types: Superzoom Lenses
Lens Types: Telephoto Lenses
Lens Types: Tilt Shift Lenses
Lens Types: Wide Angle Lenses
Lens Types: Wide Angle Lenses with Fisheye-character
Manufacturing of a Camera Lens
Should I consider buying a pre-owned lens?
The aperture (general information)

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