Smart phones now have a video camera that delivers higher quality video than a dedicated camcorder of just a couple of years ago. The only problem is camera shake. Here’s an inexpensive solution that attaches your smart phone to any tripod with a standard 1/4″screw.
When I was a kid, we had a family camera. It was really my mother’s and she was the only one allowed to load film into it, which as I recall had to be done in a dark room and involved a tricky threading of the end of the film onto a spool.
To take a photograph, you held the camera at waist height and tried to see the subject in the tiny little viewfinder in the top of the camera.
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