How is conventional SLR camera different to digital one ?
Asked by Lucky, 13 Mar '09 10:59 pm
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We have SLR [ single lens reflex ] cameras in both the conventional, that is film cameras and in the modern digital cameras. In SLR camera, whether it is the conventional or the digital, we are seeing right through the single lens fitted on to the front of the camera body. prior to the introduction of SLR cameras, there were two lenses to view the subject through the eyepiece. This had the inherent defect of missing out some potion of the subject which you see through the eyepiece on the film. Tis defect was rectified by the SLR cameras. SLR cameras are used by all professionals, and they are expensive [ both conventional and digital ] than the non-SLR cameras.Answered by thampy chacko, 13 Mar '09 11:09 pm
Technologically its different.SLR is single lens ray..where as digital camera uses digital technology.Answered by hitlerkabaap, 13 Mar '09 11:01 pm
We can see the real view in SLR where as in digital we get pixeled view.Answered by PRABIR BISWAS, 13 Mar '09 11:01 pm
The major difference is that a conventional SLR uses a film whereas the digicam does not require any film.Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 13 Mar '09 11:01 pm