What is the Full form of DSLR?
The full form of DSLR is the Digital single-lens reflex. These DSLR’s are versatile digital cameras whenever it comes to total adjustments for skilled or photography lovers. DSLR’s are a combination of an SLR (single-lens reflex camera) aspect and a digital back camera that substitutes the photographic film.
Various elements of DSLR
The main components of digital single-lens reflex cameras are
- Reflex mirror
- Condenser lens
- Mate focusing mirror
- Image sensor
Working principles of DSLR
- Through the prism, light enters the camera and hits the reflex mirror
- The reflex mirror vertically reflects the light upwards to the focusing screen
- Light passes via the focusing display and reaches the block of glass that is pentaprism.
- The pentaprism focuses the light via two different mirrors and then diverts it to the viewfinder.
- The viewfinder offers viewers a live picture preview.
- The reflex mirror now flips upwards after users press the button to capture an image and prevents the vertical path of light to hold it straight towards its image sensor.
- The shutter will open and the light will enter the image sensor.
Advantages of DSLR camera over regular digital cameras
- DSLR image quality in low light is good compared to a simple digital camera
- The choice of interchangeable lenses available in DSLR cameras.
- In comparison to a simple digital camera, image editing is easy.
- As compared to simple digital cameras, a DSLR camera has a wide ISO range, low noise and quick focusing.
- DSLR camera also has the dust removal system and ability to use filters feature while the simple camera would not have the option.