Have you ever wondered a camera is manufactured? Well you’ve clicked onto the right page, as we will teach you below!
Mass production of a camera begins with the casing for the camera being created. Usually a durable polycarbonate plastic, the casing is produced by a process called injection molding. A mold is then filled with a liquid equivalent of the material, which is then heated till it hardens. This case now serves as the base for the rest of the camera components.
The shutter is then assembled, which is constructed using brand specific materials. A viewfinder is next in the production process, which composed of glass and/or plastic. A reflective mirror is added, which helps increase light for the photographer.
After these parts are done, the LCD screen is added to the body and the process is complete.