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sin·gle-lens reflex

(sĭng′gəl-lĕnz′)
adj. Abbr. SLR
Of or being a reflex camera in which a movable mirror allows the photographer to see the image in the viewfinder exactly as it will be recorded.

single-lens reflex

n
(Photography) See reflex camera
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Among her topics are analog CCTV, high-definition transport video interface, portable CCTV, videos, scientific case studies, suggestions for CCTV monitoring subjects, and comparison of CCTV with remote triggered digital single-lens reflex camera.
a=25022) Brookhaven National Laboratory, the 3,200-megapixel sensors would be 200 times larger than a sophisticated digital single-lens reflex camera.
The workshop is designed for the beginner photographer with a digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) who is fed-up with using auto and wants to take control.
This lens is light in weight and highly portable and when attached to an X Series camera body, it weighs about half to that of a single-lens reflex camera with a lens of the same focal length and F value.
My first successful sky image came after months of trial and error with a single-lens reflex camera.
Canon, the world s largest maker of digital cameras, is exploring the possibility of launching a mirrorless model, featuring many of the capabilities of an upmarket single-lens reflex camera in a more compact body, a senior company executive said.
Through the use of processing optics, which they describe as being analogous to a single-lens reflex camera, they're able to determine overall operating conditions.
The NX Series offers the performance and image quality of a digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) and the portability and convenience of a compact point-and-shoot digital camera.
The simplest way is to adapt a single-lens reflex camera - either film or digital - to act as a pinhole camera.
He was a champion of the single-lens reflex camera (SLR), writing a popular SLR column series explaining the numerous advantages over the then-dominant 35mm rangefinder cameras, including their upside potential for future development.
The Canon EOS 5D is a mid-range digital single-lens reflex camera with state-of-the art photographic and imaging technology.