reflex camera(redirected from reflex cameras)
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A camera fitted with a mirror that reflects the image of an object or a scene onto a viewing screen so that focus, lighting, and composition may be evaluated.
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(Photography) a camera in which the image is composed and focused on a large ground-glass viewfinder screen. In a single-lens reflex the light enters through the camera lens and falls on the film when the viewfinder mirror is retracted. In a twin-lens reflex the light enters through a separate lens and is deflected onto the viewfinder screen
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a camera in which the image appears on a ground-glass viewer after being reflected by a mirror or passing through a prism.
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|Noun||1.||reflex camera - camera that allows the photographer to view and focus the exact scene being photographed|
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n (Phot) → Spiegelreflexkamera f
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reflex cameran (Phot) → reflex f inv
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