single-lens reflex


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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.
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single-lens reflex

n
(Photography) See reflex camera
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