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camera that allows the photographer to view and focus the exact scene being photographed

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The planned increase in Taiwan would bring Canon s total single-lens reflex camera output capacity to10 million units annually, from about 7 million units this year, Maeda told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.
Through the use of processing optics, which they describe as being analogous to a single-lens reflex camera, they're able to determine overall operating conditions.
FOR most photographers, the combination of digital imaging and a single lens reflex camera is a winner.
For high-end digital single-lens reflex camera users, compact flash cards in 4-GB and 8-GB capacities will soon be available.
The NX Series offers the performance and image quality of a digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) and the portability and convenience of a compact point-and-shoot digital camera.
The simplest way is to adapt a single-lens reflex camera - either film or digital - to act as a pinhole camera.
He was a champion of the single-lens reflex camera (SLR), writing a popular SLR column series explaining the numerous advantages over the then-dominant 35mm rangefinder cameras, including their upside potential for future development.
The DSLR segment is particularly intriguing, as single lens reflex camera owners have typically tended to be professional photographers and sophisticated amateurs," says Kirkeby.
In the HD video Scene One we see a young man in his living room obsessively cleaning a Mamiya single-lens reflex camera, all filmed in constant and almost imperceptible movement, both edging toward him and then back out again.
The Canon EOS 5D is a mid-range digital single-lens reflex camera with state-of-the art photographic and imaging technology.
Single lens reflex camera sales grew 60 per cent, ahead of a market which increased by 34 per cent, but sales of compact digital cameras fell 1.
As the photographic recording of artifacts has first priority, this process has been implemented at the museum using a high-resolution digital single-lens reflex camera equipped with a close-up lens.
Truly capturing with an artist's eye the dignity and beauty of an ancient Native American culture surviving in the midst of the broader mid-20th century American nation, Navajo Nation 1950 is a showcase of photographic excellence taken with a bulky, twin-lens reflex camera enabling the preservation through a photographic record of the Navajo people and culture that includes images from the Monument Valley, Black Mesa, Navajo Mountain, Lukachukai (a high bench between the Chuska mountains to the east and the desert plain to the west), Teas Toh (close to the old Highway 66), the Window Rock Navajo Tribal Fair, and the Canyon de Chelley.