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Submit the follwing research in the power point form. Use the link below to do your research.
https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/digital-cameras/article/which-type-of-digital-camera-should-you-choose-a6X9r1o3K8Nr
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PHASE 1
Determine the subject area for your research. You are able to choose from a wide variety of different types of technology.Once you decide, you must present your recommendation to the instructor for approval.You should consider an area of technology that can be compared and contrasted.
First, do some broad research on the subject. Explain what it is (definition) and its’ benefits or advantages over another type of technology.Or, list how within its particular class it has strengths and weaknesses over another product or service.
Second, develop a list of factors that you will use to evaluate the technology. These factors should be technical and non-technical.
Cite sources – URLs are sufficient
PHASE 2
First
, based on the criteria or rating factors you used in Phase 1 of your Research Project, decide what weight or importance each criterion should have, given your particular needs and purposes. Enter the criteria and their weights into an
Excel workbook
. The only requirement is that all the criteria weights must add up to 100%, and the weights should reflect the importance or ranking criteria you are assigning to each specific criterion.

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Criteria

Weight

Criteria 1

Criteria 2

Criteria 3

Criteria 4

Criteria 5

Criteria 6

Criteria 7

Criteria 8

Overall Ratings

100%
PHASE 3
First
, using the criteria or rating factors you used in Phases 1 and 2 of your Research Project, collect specific information onrelated technologies.Visitseveral different web siteswhere you can gather specific information about each of your choices.
For example, if you were researching digital cameras, and deciding on the criteria listed in column 1 then your data might resemble –

Criteria

Weight

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Canon EOS 5D Mark iii

Nikon D3S

Sensor

15%

18.0mp CMOS

22.3 megapizel CMOS

12.1mp FX-format CMOS

Cost

10%

$599.00

$ 3,399.00

$ 6,499.99

LCD Monitor

9%

3.2 inch

3.0 inch

3.0 inch

Pixel

15%

18 megapixels

22.3 megapixels

12.1 megapixels

User Interface

11%

User friendly

Slightly difficult

User friendly

ISO Range

15%

100- 6400

200-12800

100-25600

Weight

10%

1.1 pounds

1.9 pounds

2.7 pounds

Video Capability

15%

25 fps

30 fps

24 fps

Total

100%

Cite sources – URLs are sufficient
PHASE 4
In an Excel Worksheet, evaluate the technologies based upon the specifications used in the criteria. You will create a weighted total matrix. A sample is provided here if you were researching digital cameras:

Canon EOS Rebel T3i

Canon EOS 5D Mark iii

Nikon D3S

Criteria

Weight

Rate

Weighed total

Rate

Weighed total

Rate

Weighed total

Sensor

15%

8

1.2

10

1.5

7

1.05

Cost

10%

9

0.9

7

0.7

3

0.3

LCD Monitor

9%

10

0.9

6

0.54

6

0.54

Pixel

15%

8

1.2

10

1.5

6

0.9

User Interface

11%

5

0.55

9

0.99

5

0.55

ISO Range

15%

7

1.05

8

1.2

10

1.5

Weight

10%

8

0.8

6

0.6

3

0.3

Video Capability

15%

7

1.05

10

1.5

6

0.9

Total

100%

7.65

8.53

6.04
In a Word document (minimum 1500 words), present detailed explanations for technology(ies) you chose to research and a detailed evaluation of which product/service was best and why. The ratings you assigned each technology should reflect your final decision. For example, I would not expect you to choose the technology with the lowest rating!In the “Final Phase” you should discuss the choice you selected, the rating criteria selected and the rational for the ranking of the selected technology. Much of the material should already be in your document. You are presenting your final decision here and explaining all of the background for arriving at that decision. At the end of your project, include a Bibliography.
Phase 4 requires to submit a Word Document with Bibliography and an Excel Worksheet
Cite sources
Grading Rubric: – You only have to submit phase IV.
-Paper (phase 4) – 70%
APA format – 10%
Content – 60%
-Excel Matrix – 20%
– Presentation – 10%
Ideas for Research Paper:
Comparison of state of the art processors
Comparison of cloud computing technologies
Comparison on content management systems
Comparison on learning management systems
Comparison of operating systems
Comparison of network operating systems
Comparison of virtual machines
Comparison of open source to commercial software
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In deciding on which camera to buy, it depends on various factors like what you want to shoot, the portability of the camera, and the image quality produced by that camera. There are four types of digital cameras from which one can decide which to buy. They include the compact camera, waterproof DSLR camera, bridge, and mirrorless cameras. Each of these has its distinctive characteristics based on key features, price, specifications, durability, size, picture quality, and weight. These distinctive characteristics define the camera’s pros and cons.
A compact camera also known as a point-and-shoot has key features like a fixed lens that is small enough to carry in a pocket. Second, it has an LCD screen for composition and automatic shooting modes. The camera is considered to be lightweight and inexpensive. The price for this camera ranges from £60 to £1,200. In terms of specifications, it has total pixels of approximately 25.80 megapixels which makes it a high-resolution photo camera, low-pass filter, and 4K for the ultimate clarity. The average size of this camera is 122.4×92.96×69.8mm. some of its disadvantages include: firstly, its buttons may be small and complicated and secondly, most compact cameras may lack an optical viewfinder. Some of its brands include Sony cyber-shot RX100 VI, Panasonic Lumix LX100 II, and Sony-zv-1.
Waterproof cameras are cameras built inside a waterproof and shockproof casing. This means that you can use them under the water. Its main features include the waterproof casing, simple controls, and often have a small zoom. The cameras are lightweight about 7.5 ounces and have a high-quality photo with crystal resolutions. Their average length is 3.05 x 2.5 x 1.5. inches. The camera is 4K in terms of video quality. The price of these cameras ranges from £200 to £450. Some of its pros include: first, easy to use. Second, extremely tough, and third, it can be used in environments where other cameras fear to tread. Its cons include: first. It has limited zoom, it’s expensive and its picture quality is not the best. Some of its brands include Olympus tough TG-6, Ricoh WG-70, and Nikon Coolpix W300.
Bridge cameras are considered to be between a compact camera and a DSLR camera. The features in this camera are more advanced and they include manual controls to change ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. Other features include color balance and metering. These cameras have a fixed lens with a massive zoom range of about 1200mm. the camera is lighter and smaller with a size 1/2.3-inch sensor. It has a weight ranging from 1.3 lb to 2.5 lb. its sensor resolution is about 20 megapixels. The price of these cameras ranges from £600 to £1500. Some of its pros include: first, it’s a great all-around camera. Second, it has a huge zoom range and manual controls and it has a viewfinder on it. Its disadvantages include: first, lenses are fixed, and second, compact sensor falls short of mirrorless standards. Some of its brands include Nikon p950, Panasonic FZ330, and Sony RX10IV.
In conclusion, the option to buy a camera depends specifically on key features, cost, and environment of usage. For example, sea divers will buy a waterproof camera rather than a compact camera or bridge camera. High-quality cameras are always expensive compared to low-quality cameras.

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