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Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR)

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DLSR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex or Digital SLR and are more complex than your everyday point and shoot digital camera. DSLRs take more quality pictures than regular cameras and have more options and features that you use, such as the number of pictures you can take in a small amount of time and the different lenses you can use. Also these cameras have more manual settings that you can change resulting in the ability to take different photographs.
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A digital camera captures images through electronic sensors called "pixels", which each are sensitive to light. Put enough pixels together, stand back and it looks like a picture. Electronic images are then stored as data on electronic media such as disks or flash memory; a digital camera refers onl…
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Answer There are resistors on the back of the PCB that come loose. New resistors and some solder should fix the problem. what is the PCB and its location.
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for a good tv that will be usable for hd about 1500-10000. may seem a little steep but will not have to upgrade TVs for a while if you buy one with hi-def.
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Only in manual mode
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Differences in 400D DSLR and Rebel STI In Europe they are also called the 400D. I don't Know about Australia, but there is a big difference in price. If memory serves me well the Firmware is different and of Course the Rebel Badge.
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All of Them All digital SLR cameras are basically the same. The only difference you'll find will be the ease of use/accessibility of the controls, and other features like the built-in image stabilization of Sony and Olympus. Right now, Nikon and Canon have quite an advantage in the DSLR market due t…
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Answer It is a DSLR. Right short answer. More exactly, Canon and Nikon are the best professional camera brands.
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In order to buy the best digital diary, you should carry out a casual comparison among all available diaries. Choose the one with features that most suit your needs.
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An SLR is a Single-Lens Reflex camera It is a kind of camera where a single lens may be removed from the camera body to exchange for one of a different focal length, and a reflex viewing system (mirror and pentaprism) is used to direct the image forming light to the eye piece for viewing prior to t…
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No ofcourse I cannot. It's a pretty silly question. Do try to be more sensible.
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It depends on how many megapixels you are using. 16GB can hold approximately 2,500 -10,000 pictures.
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Get the Panasonic fz50. it is basically the same camera as the vlux1, and is much less expensive. the only diferences are the name brand stamped on, and the inboard software. The lens on both cameras is a Leica 35mm-420mm. You won't find a more wide-reaching lens than that. Certainly not with a Cano…
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100-1000 USD depending on specifics
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You could either go to a sony outlet store, wait for best buy to have an open box sale, or have your go with ebay!
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You can either put an adapter on the Hasselblad H-series bodies to accept the Hasselblad CF lenses, or put a digital back on the Hasselblad C-series body.
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Since I use a star filter on mine, I'd have to say that's an emphatic yes. All you need is a filter with the proper ring size, or the proper adapter rings and you can open your digital camera up to a whole new world of capabilities.
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White people are not trying to take Atlanta from black people. The local government officials are predominantly black, both at the city and county level. Even after scandal and/or lacking performance, many blacks are re-elected. Additionally, most of the state and county employees are black. Ad…
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No, unfortunately the Sony Alpha 100 SLR digital camera does not have Live View.
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ashley skjaveland - Thank you so much Shannon! Yes, no need to feel sputid at all lol they are film images taken with a very loved family Zenit-E. Actually it is the camera that I learned manual exposure on when I was a kid and have played with ever since. It's old and cranky, the shutter is ridicul…
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All of them, pretty much. You'd have to look very hard to find a DSLR camera that doesn't support live view (on the LCD screen). That said. Every Canon, Nikon, Sony and Olympus DSLR that i've ever used supports live view on the LCD screen. It's almost always activated with a dedicated button or sw…
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Nikon Nikon Nikon == I personally have canon 50d and i can say that it is one of the most popular and greates digital cameras DSLR
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If the camera is for professional purposes or you are skilled on single lens reflex cameras, I recommend the Nikon D 200 or similar. I am a professional photographer and I use Nikon D 200, Olympus E-3 and Fuji S-3 Pro. Believe me, Nikon is the best choice.
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There are many different DSLR brands out there, and different people all have different opinions on what is the best brand. In my opinion, the Canon EOS series has the best line of DSLR camera. The camera body really makes no difference though, it all has to do with the eye of the photographer and t…
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10.5 mm refers to the focal length of the lens. f2.8 refers to the lens aperture. ED indicates the presence of at least one Extra-low Dispersion glass element in the lens with the purpose of minimizing the chromatic aberration for a better colour rendition. If I correctly argued the contest you …
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Nikon D60 better dynamic range in the recorded images, plus newer processer.
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Yes, you can use film Canon lenses on a DSLR Canon. However, if you lenses are really old (made before 1987), they might not fit. But I'd try them anyway. My father had an old Canon 35MM and I was able to use his lenses just fine on my new Canon DSLR. Here's a good rule of thumb to remember: You can…
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The D stands for digital. DSLR's use a digital sensor for saving the image instead of photographic film
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I'd suggest having a look at Sony's DSLR offerings, they have a whole range especially suited to beginners that ease you into using them after using point-and-shoot cameras.
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No, Minolta lenses only work with Minolta Cameras and some Sony cameras. Adapters are now available for this. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=400027185734
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Put it in a large bag of rice for four days and take the battery out of the camera (but the battery goes in the rice as well). DO NOT TURN IT ON or try to use a blow dryer. I know it seems a little weird, but it totally works. It worked for me. The rice soaks up the moisture.
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Cannon, then Sony, then Nikon. Any of these are the best quality DSLRs.
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The AE-1 lenses have Canon's FD breech-lock lens mount. They are not compatible with Canon's later EF lens mount. It may be possible to find an adapter, but performance would be lost, and the lens will not have the features of an EF lens. Best to save your money and get a dedicated lens, either Can…
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No. The three primary types of Canon lens, and some commentary on compatibility, are below. Canon FD and FL lenses: These are all manual-focus lenses for manual-focus cameras. FL lenses will work on any FD camera (for example, the famous AE-1 and T70), but FD lenses will probably not work with F…
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It all depends what you are planning on shooting. Nikon is better in some areas and Sony is better in others. The lens that you use is also highly important. It does not do much to have an expensive camera with a cheap piece of glass. Great place to get unbiased opinions is: http://www.dpreview.com…
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Unfortunately no. With an adapter one can use a Nikon lens on a Canon body, but the distances between lens and register (the critical point in the camera body where the image is recorded) make it impossible to even create an adapter to use Canon lenses on Nikon bodies.
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Depends, I Have the 30d and i havent found one. But even if my camera got wet or even ran over by a car, its still covered. insurance baby :) its worth the investment if you have such an expensive and awsome camera like canons.
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Actually, yes; however, this will not make a SIGNIFICANT difference. The battery is very slowly drained all of the time that it is in the camera. Therefore, your best battery performance will be seen when the battery is removed between uses. One must balance this benefit, however, with wearing out …
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Yes they will. Of course screw mount lenses need an adaptor. M lenses will of course be manual focus. Some lenses will only work on aperture priority I think. Yes, all K-mount lenses will fit the current Pentax digital SLRs. K- and M- lenses will be manual focus and need the metering to be set diffe…
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Each manufacture has it's own unique lens mounts. Even inside of each manufacture they can have multiple lens mounts, example would be Canon has the EF and EF-S mounts which fit the majority of the EOS line of camera's however due to frame ratio's camera's like the 1d mk II can not use EF-S mount. C…
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digital single lens reflex
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Canon eos 5d mark II is good for great photos and decent Video. Especially with the full frame sensor depth of field. For the best quality Video you want the Panasonic GH2, especially with the hack which makes the detail very close to film. The canon gives subpar 720p resolution even in 1080p while…
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There are many ways of converting VCR to DVD. Firstly, the easiest way to make the conversion is to purchase a standalone DVD/VCR combo recorder that lets you dub from one medium to the other. Another way would be to connect your VCR to a standalone DVD recorder, or your PC, and transfer the data. …
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Yes it will fit an alpha mount Digital SLR camera. The Maxxum 5000 was the first to use the alpha mount as it was also the first AF SLR camera. The lens may be slow by today's standards.
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It depends on the brand of camera and the type of lens. Most Nikon film SLR lenses will work (in manual mode) on their digital SLR cameras. Many Canon lenses will work on new Canon SLR cameras, but you have to check compatability between the camera model and the type of lens. Sony purhcased the M…
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I'm using Quantaray QB-350A with Konica FP-1. I also have a NIkon F100 and wondering if I can use this flash on my Nikon. If I look at the bottom of the flash seems like it can be use with any film camera. Wahyu
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yes I do, well actually its my yearbook classes but i always am on it :) its the greatest
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No, not without an adapter. There are adapters avalable that lets you mount FD-lenses on newer Canon EOS cameras with EF-mount
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functions of the principal components of a digital SLR camera
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Digital single-lens reflex photography (DSLR) is the mid- to high-end portion of digital photography. Cameras are commonly classified as point and shoot, advanced point and shoot (these add super zooms, video modes, alternate white balancing schemes, and more photography modes), and DSLR. DSLR cam…
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A Digital SLR (D-SLR) has a removable lens and larger image sensor. That means that regardless of megapixel a D-SLR will take a better picture because the photo does not lose as much picture quality as it would in a Bridge or Point and Shoot camera. A D-SLR is faster and the time between taking phot…
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If you are transferring it onto a camera with the same mount then yes. But be aware AUTO FOCUS MAY NOT WORK CORRECTLY. The aperture of the lens may not be as good either. But overall you should be OK.Good Luck
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It all depends on the lens mount. New Canon digital cameras accept EF and/or EF-S lenses. Some Canon film cameras use the EF lenses as well, though older cameras used the FD mount. If your lens has an FD mount and you would like to use it on a new digital camera, you can purchase a converter and it …
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Its between the Canon MKIII and the Panasonic GH2 For Video the canon gives subpar 720p resolution even in 1080p while the GH2 resolves very fine detail and in 1080p cinema mode can look as detailed as a RED camera. However even though the detail is far greater in the GH2 many prefer the look of th…
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I would expect to use both the 55-250 and the 50mm F1.8. The zoom will get you in close enough for where there's enough light on your subject. hope this helps you .......
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Not that I know of. Sounds like a great idea though.
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Best? There's no such thing! There are only opinions when it comes to a question like this. My opinion? Look into a Canon Rebel XS or a Nikon D3000. They're both great. Personally, I'm a fan of the Canon system. I own a 5D MkII and a 30D, so I'm partial to Canon. But no matter how much I love Canon…
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Start by powering on the camera and ensuring you have enough light around.Next, adjust the image mode to different modes such as Portrait, Landscape, Closeup or Sports depending on what you need.Now, adjust the aperture to decide the amount of light to reach. The aperture settings are marked by the …
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Generally speaking, SLR cameras are rated to up to 100,000 shutter actuations. While 100,000 is definitely a large number, it is not uncommon for a shutter to last over two times this many. In my time at Best Buy, I have seen several cameras break the 500,000 mark without any physical issues.
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I think, at the moment, the top selling dslr is Nikon D3100. It has many great features and the price is also affordable. You may read more about it at http://digitalslrinfo.net/nikon_d3100/
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The essential parts of a digital camera is how many mega pixels it is. The higher pixels there are the better quality the picture will come out.For beautiful 8x10's a 6 mega pixel camera will do.The next important part is the quality of the lens.Make sure it is made of glass for tyhe best quality im…
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Currently stocked is the Olympus E420. However, for a little more, you can get a much better DSLR
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The Canon 5D is a professional grade DSLR. If your looking for recreational use, Canon T2i
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Yes it is compatible. Click here for a list of the full range of lenses available for the Canon 550D: http://www.cameraquip.co.za/joomla/index.php?option=com_content& view=article&id=221&Itemid=85 Cheers, Andrew
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Personally I would ask the teachers. Nikon makes many good product so I wouldn't be too worried about quality. I would be more concerned with getting a camera your teachers can understand and help you with. Something that has modes for ease of use as well as room to grow. Asking the teachers also al…
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NO. The lens is required to focus the image on the CCD sensor.
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Experimenting is the best way to get a perfect exposure, but for starters, get a tripod and try 10 sec. at F/8, ISO 100. Improvise from there, and you'll have great pictures.
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different companies' cameras take different cards. for example, Olympus cameras have their own types. by digital camera, do you mean compact camera, as dslrs are digital, hence the "d" at the beginning.
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All Minolta AF, KM and Sony A-mount lenses All Tamron lenses with A-Mount All recent Sigma and Tokina lenses with A-Mount
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well it depends what you mean on image quality. If you were to crop the picture a lot, or make it very large, the quality would be the same, but as for actual composition, a dslr may be better because there are more manual settings, usually the lenses are better than compact cameras and various othe…
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Both. Depends on how old the camera is. DSLR is just a digital version of an SLR (single-lens reflex), which are the cameras with removable lenses.
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This is for when you use adjustable filters such graduated or variable ND on the front of your lens. The removable section allows you to rotate the filter while the hood is still attached.
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Just stick with the top two brands canon and nikon.
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SLR single lens reflex DSLR digital single lens reflex A camera with a single lens that portrays the image seen through the lens by reflecting the image with a internal mirror, up through a prism, and to a viewfinder so you accurately see what the lens will see when it takes the photo. When the sh…
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The Canon Rebel T3i
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That depends on the lens that is mounted on the Sony A33 DSLR.
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DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. This is a type of camera, it has interchangeable lenses, and usually yields better quality than Point and shoot cameras.
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Most do. This is what typically happens. Light passes through the lens, reflects on a mirror that will flip up when the shutter is pressed (revealing the sensor), passes through the auto-focus screen, then bounces on multiple mirrors (behind the pop-up flash) called a pentaprism, where it finally en…
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The price of Canon dslr cameras varies depending on where you are looking and whether you are shopping for a new camera. A lot of different stores and websites, such as Photo 4 Less, offer a variety of cameras for a wide range of prices. How much money you are willing to spend may depend on if you a…
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Yes, as long as the camera has a memory card.
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First Anwser: No, because there is no removable lens on the SX30 it is not classified as a D-SLR.a Finay Balfour: Actually, a few Bridge cameras have removable lenses, but that doesn't make it as DSLR. DSLR stands for "Digital Single Lens Reflex", which means that it has a mirror which bounces the…
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Jesus did not have a Sony DSLR
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The term hyperzoom or superzoom is used to advertise photographic zoom lenses with unconventionally large focal length factors, typically more than 4× and ranging up to 15×, e.g., 35 mm to 350 mm. The largest ratio for digital SLR cameras is held by the Tamron 18-270 mm, giving 15×. Some compact …
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