Thursday, 19 September 2019


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Friends today I am going to tell you about the DSLR camera that how the DSLR camera works.
So friends lets started.
DSLR stands for "digital single lens reflex"
In simple way,DSLR is a digital camera that uses a mirror mechanism to either reflect light from a camera lense to an optical viewfinder.

In 1975 Kodak engineer Steven sasson invented the digital still camera.
On August 25,1981 Sony unveiled a prtotprot of Sony Mavica.This camera was an analog electronic camera that featured interchangeable lenses and a SLR viewfinder.

Friends our main topic is that, that how DSLR camera friends now comes to our main topic that how DSLR camera works.
When you look through a DSLR viewfinder(eye piece on the back of the camera,whatever you see is passed through the lense attached to the camera.Its means that you could be looking at exactly what are you going to capture.Light from the scene your are attempting to capture passes through the lense into a reflex mirror.
When you capturing a photo the reflex mirror swings upward, blocking the vertical pathway and letting the light directly through.
Obviously the process doesn't stop alot of complicated image processing happens on the camera.the camera processor take the information from the image sensor,convert it into an appropriate formate,then right it on the memory card.
Friends the above method is of the simple and easy way that how DSLR camera works.friends I hope you all enjoy today's topic.

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