Dslr Vs Slr


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sevenWAYS

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A definate newbie here......
what is the difference between the former and the latter ???
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7ways
 

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Originally posted by sevenWAYS
A definate newbie here......
what is the difference between the former and the latter ???
thanks
7ways
A DSLR functions in much the same way as an SLR, except that it's digital and no films are needed.
 

kex

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we do not call it analogue SLR,it is called film SLR.

cheers !
Originally posted by oceanxp

one with d and one with out ... :D

A is the Opp of D .. which stand for Analog ...

slr ? single len reflex ...

i hope there is an MLR !!

anyway,

here you are to the world of slr and dslr:
http://www.nikon.co.jp/main/eng/society/index.htm
 

ivor

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In my opinion,

SLR refers to SLR camera that uses film, while DSLR (Digital SLR) refers to SLR camera that use CCD or CMOS processor, and that store those picture that you take into storage cards.
 

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