The camera industry in North America is largely comprised of large companies that have extensive operations both in Japan and the United States. A camera company in Japan is called “Honda-Sanyo” or “Hokan-Sho” (hokan is a kind of store or shop).
These camera stores generally own large machines that can photograph subjects at the camera’s maximum resolution.
They can also produce color prints at high resolution. This is a high-tech industry.
In North America we make “sensors” that allow them to produce the highest-resolution images possible.
The sensor is made out of an electron beam. The electron beam travels across a very thin sheet of film as it strikes the film.
Electronic circuits create a strong field – usually called a “beam” – in order to generate an electrical discharge.
When the electron beam hits the film, it is separated by a thin layer of silver. This silver is what allows the electron beam to “bounce” off of the film.
The negative and positive electrons (electrolytes) and electrons of the electrons are absorbed by the silver. The negative electrons and their electrons are then pushed in the film in a different direction (up or down).
That’s the picture the electron beam makes.
In our example, when we were taking our photos, the electron beam bounces off the film and bounces the negative electrons up – like two slingshots.
Then, the electrons bounce toward the positive electron – like those giant, dangling slingshots – to get those charged photons back out of the film.
A special electron detector called a detector array will then make sure the electron beam is traveling back in the same direction the negative and positive electrons have gone in.
The negative and positive electrons are being absorbed and pushed by the film in the right direction to create a strong field in order to generate a strong, bright picture.
This “negative electron-negative photon” field, the “light-field” of our picture above, results in intense contrast – which is why it can make your eyes water at times.
Can you see the “negative electron” in the bottom photo?
The negative electron is the negative point of a photon, and it is being pushed away from the film by our film. At each stage of this process, one of the two electrons is being charged and drawn toward the negative and positive electron as shown
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