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DSLR Stands for digital single-lens reflex

DSLR - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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DSLR• Stands for digital single-lens reflex

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Difference between DSLR and your phones:

• With an SLR camera, you see exactly what the lens sees

• You can change the lens on a digital SLR

• Digital SLRs have large image sensors that produce high-quality photos

• An SLR has a near-zero lag time, and is ideal for action photography

• You can take photos of everything from sleeping kittens to race cars and you'll never be limited by your camera.

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Mechanics of a DSLR camera

• Light passes through the lens and strikes a mirror (green)

• The mirror reflects the light up to a focusing screen

• Light passes through the focusing screen and enters a block of glass called a pentaprism (orange)

• The pentaprism reflects the image so that you can see it in the viewfinder

• When you take a photo, the mirror flips up and a shutter (blue) opens that exposes the digital sensor (red) to light

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Camera LabelingAnswer Key

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Anatomy of DSLR

MF Manual/AF Auto focus switch

Lens release button

Flash (down position)

Flash controller

Function button

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Anatomy of DSLR

Playback button

Menu button

Viewfinder

LCD Monitor Delete/Trash button

Zoom buttons

Information edit button

Command Dial

Multi-selector/control button

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Anatomy of DSLR

Mode dial

ON/OFF

Information button

Shutter release button

Release mode selector

Night portrait

Macro

SportChildLandscapePortrait

Auto – flash if required

Auto – no flash

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Release Mode Selector

ContinuousSelf-timerQuiet Shutter Release

Single Frame