1. When there's a tiny hole, in a completely dark room the outside scene is displayed on the wall upside down
2. The glass lens
3. A glass lens, a dark box, and film
4. They're still made of a lens, a dark box, and film
5. An electronic sensor called a CCD
6. Auto does err-thin for you, and Program lets you control some features like Flash
7. Portrait mode uses the fastest lens mode, to blur the background a little.
8. Sports mode is used for fast moving things. It uses the fastest shutter mode possible to capture motion.
The Half Press
9. To set up the shot you want it before you take the picture.
10. Disabled Flash. You'd use that when you didn't want any flash.
11. Auto Flash. This is the default setting.
Introduction to Exposure
12. The picture will be washed out
13. The picture will be to dark
The Universal Stop
14. A stop is used to measure the brightness of a light
Shutters and Aperture
17. More light
18. Less light
19. Amount of light let in
20. Opening it more