What is a DSLR Camera

A DSLR Camera is a type of camera developed in the 1990s. DSLR Cameras became popular into the late 90s and early 2000s. Today,  The term “single lens reflex” refers to the fact that an image is displayed on the viewfinder, which allows the user to see what the lens sees.

What does DSLR stand for?

DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex. This technology allows what the camera’s sensor sees to also be seen by the photographer through the viewfinder/eye piece.

How a DSLR Camera works

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