Yes you can use a SLR lens as an attachment on some digital camera. You will have to check the camera to see if there is an attachment that is available on the camera.
DSLR - Digital Single Lens Reflex (digital image only) SLR - Single Lens Reflex (uses film only)
You would have to use a Minolta SLR digital camera with a Minolta lens. However, don't automatically assume an old Minolta lens will work on a digital camera. You need to determine whether the digital camera accepts interchangeable lenses and whether it accepts the specific Minolta SLR lens and mount you have. There is no real generic answer to this question.
SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex - if it doesnt say digital then its probably a film camera (35mm).
A digital slr or digital single lens reflex is a camera tht uses a mirror behind the lens to get light to the viewfinder. This allows you to have a wider range of focal lengths without having to change the lens.
The Canon AE1 lens will not fit a Canon digital. You can buy an adapter that will allow the lens to work in manual focus mode on the digital camera.
SLR stands for single lens reflex. This is the type of camera in which the image goes into the lens and is reflected by a mirror into your eye at the viewfinder. You therefore see exactly what the lens is seeing. This type of camera also usually allows you to remove the lens and replace it with another, such as a wide-angle lens by a telephoto, etc. An SLR now can either be a film camera or a digital camera.
S = Single L = Lens R = Reflex
S = Single L = Lens R = Reflex
The ideal image with a digital SLR camera can be obtained by focusing the lens. This can be done by turning of auto focus and manually focusing the lens yourself or by reading the manual and looking for the controls.
SLR stands for single lens reflex. A digital camera uses a mirror to direct light from the lens to a separate optical viewfinder. At the time of exposure the mirror is moved away to direct the sensor.
The Nikon D90 is a DSLR type of digital camera. This stands for Digital single-lens reflex camera and is sometimes also referred to as a Digital SLR.
DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex It's a digital camera made to look like a 35mm SLR. Usually the lens is interchangeable, but not always. - - - - - It is a camera with a detachable lens for great shots Hope this helped
SLR refers to Single Lens Reflex, or a camera that has one single lens to both view a scene and capture an image. This means that the picture you take will be the same as the image you view through the lens. The advantages of a regular digital camera is that they are slimmer, cheaper, and are easier to use.
It probably refers to an SLR style camera which can be purchased without a Lens as the lens are interchangeable.
Yes, if your camera has the detachable lens option (lens' are able to be removed from the base of the camera). All brands that are the same as your camera will fit.
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.
functions of the principal components of a digital SLR camera
In short, yes. More specifically, as long your zoom lens is an "EF" mount lens, it will work with all Canon Digital-SLR models from the EOS line. You can determine if a lens is an EF mount from the full name of the lens. The full name of the lens is usually written on the outside of the len itself.
Its not a Single Lens Reflex.
Single Lens Reflex
SLR stands for single lens reflex. Simply put in a slr camera digital or film when you look through the view finder you are viewing the exact same image as what will be captured. This is accomplished by a set of mirrors and prisms.
With most D-SLR cameras, you just put the camera (and lens if it has the option) on Auto Focus (AF), then press the shutter half way down.
Single Lens Reflex.
Single lens reflex