Compact Mirror Camera
In order to narrow your list of cameras straight away, and not waste your time in vain, ask the seller of the Warning, the seller might be surprised, because it might not know what a lag of closure is and how to check it out.
In fact, it's enough to put in the camera the maximum quality of the picture, to include a liquid crystal display, to light the autofocus and anything that you want! The key to checking the base of the closure is to download the brains of a bigger camera, and then to take a picture of how quickly the camera handled the task.
If the camera screen goes more than one second before you show the ready picture, ask me to check the shut-off on another model of the camera from your pre-written list.
If your list, alas, is over and you're not clear, you have two options:
1. You can decide that a great lag of closure is not the most important thing to you. Then pick a camera with the smallest lag of closure.
Therefore, by selecting the camera on the Internet, take care of the spare options - compile a list of selected cameras from at least five different manufacturers.
Testing of the matrix on peaks
In order to make sure all the picelies of the matrix work, ask the seller to take a picture of the darkness. Yes, darkness. To do that, we need to turn off the flash, put the camera under the docks and take a picture of something dark. It's possible to take a picture without removing an objective cover (if it's not automatic). It's got to be done on all manual excursions (M mode) if there is.
If there's any unworking picels on the matrix, cold or hot, you'll see the dark manpower on the monitor. A camera, And better than a computer, there'll be bright or colorful points. Don't believe a salesman who claims it's dusty, dusty photos always have uneven, slightly loose edges. In fact, it's a matrix malfunction! You'll have 100 percent of your pictures like that! And always in the same place. Of course, they can be disguised in processing photos at Adobe Photoshop, but it's gonna have to be done with every photo.
If peaks I can't see if you'll get a picture of it and look at the entire area of the picture again! If it's all right, you're going to go. Testing zoom-objective transmissions.
Test the drip drive
In order to verify the smooth operation of the zoom-objective electrical circuits, a little bit of pressure on the zuma control plugs by looking at the camera monitor. The size of the image must change smoothly and instantly. A little piece is allowed only at the very beginning of the lens movement.