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Question 1 : What is the standard FPS for video recording in most cameras?
a. 30 FPS
b. 60 FPS
c. 120 FPS
Answer: 30 FPS. Most cameras shoot video at 30 FPS, which is the industry standard for motion picture film.
Question 2 :What is the maximum FPS for burst shooting mode in some cameras?
a. 10 FPS
b. 20 FPS
c. 30 FPS
Answer: b. 20 FPS. Some cameras have a burst shooting mode that allows them to take multiple shots in rapid succession. The maximum FPS for this mode is usually around 20 FPS.


1. What is the name of the autofocus system that uses a beam of light to measure the distance between the camera and the subject?
A) Contrast Detection AF
B) Phase Detection AF
C) Infrared AF
Answer: C) Infrared AF
Explanation: Infrared AF is a type of autofocus system that uses a beam of infrared light to measure the distance between the camera and the subject. This system is commonly found in point-and-shoot cameras and some DSLRs. Contrast Detection AF, on the other hand, uses the camera's sensor to detect contrast in the image and determine focus. Phase Detection AF is a more advanced autofocus system that uses sensors to compare light coming from different parts of the lens and determine focus. It is commonly found in DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.

2. Question: Which autofocus mode is best for tracking moving subjects?
A) Single Shot AF
B) Continuous AF
C) Manual Focus
Answer: B) Continuous AF
Explanation: Continuous AF mode, also known as AI Servo or AF-C, is designed for tracking moving subjects. In this mode, the camera will continuously adjust the focus as the subject moves, ensuring that it remains in focus. Single Shot AF, on the other hand, is designed for stationary subjects and only focuses once when the shutter button is pressed halfway. Manual focus mode requires the user to adjust the focus manually using the focus ring on the lens, and is not suitable for tracking moving subjects.


1. Question: What is the term used to describe the amount of light that reaches the camera's sensor?
B) Aperture
C) Shutter Speed
Answer: A) ISO
Explanation: ISO is a measure of the camera's sensitivity to light. In low light situations, a higher ISO can be used to capture more light, but this can also introduce noise or grain to the image. Aperture and shutter speed also affect the amount of light that reaches the sensor, but ISO specifically measures the sensitivity of the camera.
2. Question: Which shooting mode is best for low light photography?
A) Manual Mode
B) Aperture Priority Mode
C) Shutter Priority Mode
Answer: A) Manual Mode
Explanation: Manual Mode allows the user to have complete control over the camera's settings, including ISO, aperture, and shutter speed, which is ideal for low light photography. Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority modes can also be used, but they may not provide as much control over the final image.
Question: What is the term used to describe the blurring of an image due to camera shake?
A) Motion Blur
B) Noise
C) Lens Flare
Answer: A) Motion Blur
Explanation: Motion blur occurs when the camera is moved or shaken during the exposure, resulting in a blurred image. This can be particularly noticeable in low light situations where longer shutter speeds are required. Using a tripod or other stabilizing equipment, or increasing the shutter speed, can help reduce motion blur in low light photography.


Question: Which of the following is NOT a benefit of image stabilization?
A) Reduced camera shake
B) Improved sharpness in images
C) Increased depth of field
Answer: C) Increased depth of field
Explanation: Image stabilization can help reduce camera shake and improve sharpness in images, but it does not affect depth of field. Depth of field is controlled by the camera's aperture setting.
2. Question: What is the term used to describe the method of image stabilization that uses a gyroscope to detect camera movement?
A) Sensor-shift Image Stabilization
B) Dual Image Stabilization
C) In-body Image Stabilization
Answer: C) In-body Image Stabilization
Explanation: In-body Image Stabilization uses a gyroscope to detect camera movement and move the camera's sensor to compensate for the movement. This is typically found in mirrorless cameras or DSLRs with in-body stabilization. Sensor-shift Image Stabilization and Dual Image Stabilization are other methods of image stabilization that use different techniques to reduce camera shake.


What does the white balance setting on a camera do?
a) Adjust the brightness of the image
b) Adjust the color temperature of the image
c) Adjust the saturation of the image
Answer: b) Adjust the color temperature of the image. White balance ensures that white objects appear white in your image, regardless of the color temperature of the light source.

2. Which of the following color temperature values is considered "cool"?
a) 3000K
b) 5500K
c) 8000K
Answer: c) 8000K. Color temperatures above 7000K are generally considered cool, while color temperatures below 3500K are considered warm.


Which mount is used by Canon EF lenses?
A) Canon EF mount
B) Canon RF mount
C) Sony E mount
Answer: A) Canon EF mount. Canon EF mount is a standard mount used by Canon for its full-frame and APS-C DSLR cameras.

2. Which Canon camera series uses the EF-M mount?
A) Canon EOS R
B) Canon EOS M
C) Canon EOS Rebel
Answer: B) Canon EOS M. The EF-M mount is used for Canon's APS-C mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras in the Canon EOS M series.
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