Tag: dslr

Digital single-lens reflex cameras (also named digital SLR or DSLR) are digital cameras combining the parts of a single-lens reflex camera (SLR) and a digital camera back, replacing the photographic film. The reflex design scheme is the primary difference between a DSLR and other digital cameras. In the reflex design scheme, light travels through a single lens and a mirror is used to reflect a portion of that light through the view finder – hence the name Single Lens Reflex. The image that is seen through the view finder is also the image that is captured by the camera’s sensor.
Like SLRs DSLRs typically use interchangeable lenses (1) with a proprietary lens mount. A movable mechanical mirror system (2) is switched down (exact 45-degree angle) to direct light from the lens over a matte focusing screen (5) via a condenser lens (6) and a pentaprism/pentamirror (7) to an optical viewfinder eyepiece (8). Most of the entry level DSLRs use a pentamirror instead of the traditional pentaprism…

New Nikon D5100

Nikon is releasing their new addition of DSLR lineup with Nikon D5100. The DSLR have variable angle LCD for easy viewing. There are also optional microphone can be attached to…

The Micro Four Thirds Revolution

The digital revolution as pertaining to photography has presented a dilemma of mountainous proportions. The collection of single focal length lenses for your old Nikon or Canon can be used…

Sony DSC-TX9, smallest 3D camera

Sony today unveiled two new Cyber-shot® digital still cameras (models DSC-TX9 and DSC-WX5) that are the world’s smallest 3D cameras, capturing 3D images with a single lens system using a…

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