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Transcript of DSLR
A digital single-lens reflex camera (also called DSLR) is a digital camera combining the optics and the mechanisms of a single-lens reflex camera with a digital imaging sensor, as opposed to photographic film. The reflex design scheme is the primary difference between a DSLR and other digital cameras.
A dial on most cameras allowing the photographer to switch between modes such as P (program), A (aperture priority), S (shutter priority), or M (manual).
The button a photographer releases to expose the sensor to light.
The part of the camera that controls the length of time the sensor is exposed to light
a mount on top of the camera that holds an external flash
Lens Release Button
a button generally located on the front o the camera that the photographer presses to remove a lens on a single-lens reflex camera
a ring on the lens that allows the photographer to control the amount of zoom; the numbers along the barrel indicate the focal length in mm
The part of the camera through which the photographer looks to control the image.
Using the viewfinder instead of the monitor/screen reduces camera shake and blurry images.
a screen on the back of the camera allowing the photographer to preview the image, playback images or change settings
a dial used to change a variety of settings depending on which button you are using in conjunction with it. By default, it is used to change the shutter speed when in Shutter Priority and Manual mode or the aperture when in Aperture Priority
a button that activates the Playback mode; by
default it displays the most recently taken photograph. You can also view other
pictures by pressing the multi-selector left and right.
pressing this button marked with a trashcan
icon deletes the image on the screen.
To prevent accidental deletion of images, the camera displays a dialog box asking you
to confirm that you want to erase the picture. Press the Delete button a second time to permanently erase the image.
Parts of the Camera and Their Functions
How to change a lens on a digital camera
How to focus any digital camera