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How do point and shoot cameras differ from SLR cameras? They take smaller sized photographs What is seen in the viewfinder is not an exact replica of the image that will be taken in point and shoot cameras Point and shoot cameras use film Only SLR cameras can take black and white photographs

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the answer that stands out most to me would have to be B because the others don't exactly make too much sense . mainly cause i am unsure what class this is for and i've never taken it . but you can always go on google too and look up some info about it . i am not 100% sure this is correct but this is what stands out to me ! i am sorry if it isn't correct .
can u please help me with more and thanks :)

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sure ! just post your questions and i'll have a look ! i cannot guarantee they will always be right but i will try my best to help you out and if you feel like its not right just read into notes on the assignment or look on google for some examples !

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