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SLR

abbr.
single-lens reflex

SLR

abbreviation for
(Photography) single-lens reflex. See reflex camera

SLR

single-lens reflex.
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kon 1 They give you the flexibility of interchangeable lenses without the bulk associated with SLRs. This aluminiumbodied snapper is Nikon's latest entrylevel CSC, following last year's Nikon 1 J2 and the Nikon 1 J1 the year before that, the UK's two bestselling CSCs.
The impacts of SLRs shift the distribution of GDP outcomes downward across all scenarios.
In the solar wind implantation model, SLRs are produced in the solar nebula -4.6 Gyr ago by the bombardment of target material in the solar atmosphere by solar energetic particles.
LISC will allow the Air Force to combine O&M and sustainment services of its Eastern and Western Ranges under a single contract The move will effectively merge the Air Force's SLRS contract, currently primed by Exelis, with the Eastern Range Technical Services and Western Range Operations Communications and Information contracts.
Though the major brands continue to produce film cameras, these are difficult to find in Beirut, and most students turn to secondhand SLRs. Sleiman sells two popular classics, Nikon FM2 and Canon A1.
A number of professors from different medical departments of CMC contributed towards research and in-patient care at SLRS. (9) The sanatorium's first Director--Dr.
introduced its first DSLR priced at less than $1,000 in 2003, experts thought it would appeal mostly to hobbyists and people who already had Canon lenses for old film SLRs. Nikon Corp., which came out with a sub-S1,000 model a little later, had similar expectations.
Lens makers such as Tamron and Sigma took the opportunity to develop new types of lenses for digital application when the traditional SLRs became digital.
For its part, Konica Minolta announced last January 19th that it would stop producing company-brand cameras; instead, it will jointly develop digital SLRs with Sony Corporation.
He had been told that some of the guns, called Self-Loading Rifles (SLRs), had been altered to fire less powerful bullets at the marchers - in a top-secret attempt to kill known IRA troublemakers without wounding innocent passers-by.
The SLRs were modified so they fired less-powerful .22 rounds, rather than the normal high-velocity ones which can pass through one body and into others still at lethal speed.