Full Form of DSLR is digital single-lens reflex camera.
DSLR (also called a digital SLR) is a type of digital camera combining a digital imaging sensor with a single-lens reflex camera by using mirrors to direct light from the lens to the view finder. This enables users to view the image they are about to shoot through the view finder. When you take a photo, the mirror flips up and a shutter (blue) opens that exposes the digital sensor (red) to light. Light passes through the lens and strikes a mirror (green) which finally forms the image.
Difference between SLR and DSLR
SLR has a single Lens and a reflex mirror to bend the light path to the optical viewfinder whereas DSLR is a Digital SLR which means it has a digital sensor to record the images.
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