What is DSLR, the principle of operation of DSLR

What is DSLR, the principle of operation of DSLR

Surely at the present time when going out on the street or every holiday, wedding … the camera to see the long is not lacking. That’s usually the DSLR. What is a DSLR camera and how does the operating principle of a DSLR operate differently than an SLR?

Many people often argue that a DSLR is a mechanical camera but in fact it is not a mechanical camera like a 35mm SLR on a film camera because it has a digital “D” called a digital camera because the DSLR name speak up about this.

First look at the initials and capitalization we can translate the basic meaning is that digital camera DSLR is “D (Digital) S (Singer) L (Lens) R (Reflex)“. If translated into Vietnamese, we can understand that is the reflection of the digital single lens.

The composition of the DSLR camera consists of the following main parts:

  • Lens (camera).
  • Flip side.
  • Switch
  • Image sensor.
  • Screen.
  • Focusing lens.
  • Pentagonal mirror system.
  • Direct view (OVF).

Basically like DSLR but different is the DSLR is using the sensor and memory card to process and store the image, while the SLR is using the film roll to save image information.

The operating principle of a DSLR camera is similar to that of a DSLR camera. Unlike an image-receiving lens, the DSLR passes through the sensor and stores it on a memory card. Pictures on film rolls. And the operating principle of DSLR cameras will be as follows:

To say it in a way that is easy to understand, when you hold the camera you will see that all the images and light are going through the lens (1) and after the When you press the shutter button, the shutter will close and the image will be taken to the sensor (4) for processing and after processing will be stored on the memory device (possibly SD memory card or card CF series depending on the camera support different DSLR). As I look through the viewfinder, I see that in real life, because of the light through the lens, the incoming image will reflect on the mirror (2) and go through the focusing lens (6) and go up to the mirror system (7) and lie on the OVF (8). So why the naked eye when looking at the viewfinder can see the frame outside.

How many different models of DSLR cameras are available:

The DSLR camera has three basic segments, the Crop camera, the FullFrame camera, and the Medium Format.

The cropper sensor DX or APS-C sensor size is usually 23.6 × 15.6mm and when mounted in the lens will multiply by 1.5 or 1.6 times the fullframe sensor and will be customized. Enter the company.

The full-frame FX sensor is 36mm x 24mm equivalent to 35mm on the older film camera, and when mounted the lens will not crop up to x1.5 or 1.6x compared to the cropper Dslr. .

The Medium Format camera is about 1.7 times larger than the fullframe sensor, so it will get more light and produce crisper, more beautiful images (depending on the lens).

Surely there will be many of you will wonder to buy a crop or fullframe camera. It depends on your needs, your economic condition and your purpose of use.

How do DSLRs differ from DSLT cameras, or are they different from Mirrorless cameras? The basics are just different on the mirror and the viewfinder system. DSLRs use OVF mirrors and viewfinders, while DSLT (sony A’s) use mirrored mirrors and mirrorless mirrors. And these two cameras will use the EVF Electronic Viewfinder (so when you take a live view or viewfinder near the same speed), this is the weakness of the DSLR compared to the two models that represent. Typical examples are Sony, Fujifilm and Lumix. If you are going to find out more about the camera and accessories you refer to the Camera Reviews category to learn more about cameras and lenses as well as accessories photography.

When using the camera in general as well as DSLR cameras in particular, you will certainly be more confused and often compare people with smartphones like the iPhone … and you will feel confused. So you refer to the article New camera player questions to be answered and less time spent on things that are not worth it.