Camera

Camera

The camera goes back to the word "cockpit" and means the dark room. This term was used by Ibn al-Haytham when he conducted his first visual experiments. The term "camera" In the European languages, it came from the Latin word camera obscura, which means the closed dark place, a translation of the "dark room" used by Ibn al-Haytham, which entered Latin in the sense of "room" with the following distortion in Latin and remained in use in this sense for centuries until the invention of the cockpit It is commonly used to describe the machine The camera is still used today, as in the case of the word "cabin" in Arabic, which means the dark or private room. In 1660, the world developed Robert Boyle Ho and his primitive camera helper. In 1685, Johann Tazan developed the image system, arranged the color of any picture and built a large wooden camera. Between 1820 and 1830, Louis Daguerre invented a new method Imaging was named and was conceived on copper. The first real photograph was taken in 1826 by French scientist Joseph Nepps when he used the rotor to save the film. The camera was made in Paris by the brothers Charles and Vincent Schifler. Joseph Nepps used the idea of ​​the German scientist Johann Heinrich, In 1850, the German scientist Frederick Scott invented the idea of ​​a picture on glass called colodion. The camera developed in the middle of the 19th century by many scientists including the French scientist Andrea Adolf who invented the method of serious Of which film would be in the form of small Mttalih.ool cards image colors were in 1861 by the physicist James Maxwell, with the help of photographer Thomas Sutton was considered just the experience of the colorful image.