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A chamber, room, or apartment in old English Law. A judge's chamber. Treasury, chest, or coffer.

To be in camera is to be in private or in chambers.

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"DSLRs will still continue because of its optical viewfinder and work better in a more specific environment," he said.
Generally speaking, DSLRs will be faster though the gap is narrowing.
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DSLRs vary both in the number of frames that they can shoot per second as well as how many images they can shoot in a single burst.
I strongly suggested a camcorder over a dSLR. Aside from the fact that most camcorders are designed with handheld video in mind, dSLRs suffer from rolling shutter artifacts when the camera moves too quickly, giving that "jello" look.
If so, take out its eyepiece, insert your DSLR or mirrorless camera using a T-mount adapter, and now you're starting to play with the big boys.
He said that many professionals are discarding DSLRs due to the bulkiness and using smartphone cameras.
ump from the -level o While the polycarbonate body appears somewhat plasticky, it nevertheless feels sturdy and has the benefit of being a bit lighter than similar DSLRs.
While most stabilizers in the market are compatible with DSLR cameras, no manufacturers focus on making stabilizer tailor-made for small devices.
The tweaks mean smartphone photos, ubiquitous nowadays because of social media such as Facebook and Twitter, will be closer in quality to images captured by digital single-lens reflex cameras, also known as DSLR.
In this paper, a novel dual-band BPF based on dualmode defected stub-loaded resonator (DSLR) is proposed.
Johnson, a retired software developer, technical editor and writer, and photographer, offers a manual on the Canon EOS 6D digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) for photographers upgrading to the camera, ranging from amateurs with knowledge of basic photography and prior DSLR experience to full-time professionals.