Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Difference Between SLR And Digital Lenses For Cameras

SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex.Slr based camera is an ideal camera for professionals and amateur photographers. Slr based camera is well known for capturing superior quality images with advanced features like mega pixels, zoom, memory cards, batteries, comfort and more.

Benefits of SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Based Camera

SLR based camera has two primary benefits as compared to other digital lenses cameras:

1 Interchangeable lenses - Slr based camera contains an interchangeable lens function which allows you to use a wide variety of other digital lenses for taking wide-angle, telephoto, or close-up shots.

2 Multiple features and high performance - Slr based camera provides multiple features and high performance like Auto focus which allows you to focus manually. For this you simply select Auto Focus(AF) points which are in the middle and set them accordingly. The other features of this camera is AE (Auto exposure). To make appearance of white objects white, AE feature is used. With the help of Auto exposure, exposure value of camera is adjusted automatically. The other features of Slr based camera are:
  • Excellent image quality even in situations with low light availability
  • Frame images more quickly
  • Maximum control
  • Superior quality
Digital lenses are widely used in digital cameras like Nikon, Fuji, Epson and Canon. In canadas cameras, the light is focused through digital lenses onto an image sensor called a CCD (charge coupled device) to capture images.

by Martin Wirtschafter

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