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- (photography) Denoting or relating to a type of camera which allows the photographer to view the subject through the same lens that will be used to take a photograph, usually by incorporating a moving mirror and prism.
- SLR (abbreviation)
- DSLR, ZLR, SLR, P&S/PS, RF
- digital single-lens reflex, point-and-shoot/point and shoot, rangefinder
- single-lens reflex camera, digital single-lens reflex camera, point-and-shoot camera/point and shoot camera, rangefinder camera