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SLR

(1) (Scalable Linear Recording) A line of magnetic tape drives from Tandberg Data that evolved from the QIC Data Cartridge format. See QIC.

(2) (Single Lens Reflex) A camera that uses the same lens for viewing and shooting. A mirror reflects the image from the lens to the viewfinder. When the shutter button is pressed, the mirror flips out of the way and the shutter opens to expose the film. See DSLR, mirrorless camera and film camera.
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As a result, the climate change related impact of cyclones is restricted to the interaction with SLRs. As sea level rises, the storm surge associated with cyclones will reach much further inland and be more powerful thus causing greater capital damage.
Studies report evidence for the incorporation of the short-lived radionuclide (SLR) ([T.sub.1/2] = 0.3 Myr) [sup.36]Cl into early solar system materials, including calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions (CAIs).
Most budding photographers prefer digital SLRs and one of the most popular DSLRs in Lebanon is the Nikon D3100, selling for $950.
the SLRS, one of their owned centres in India at Karigiri has started work.
In a January 11th press release, Nikon announced that, except for its F6 and FM10 SLR models, the company plans to discontinue producing film cameras and related accessories.
Police found memos that showed the last two SLRs had been removed from storage in Building 54 and broken up for scrap by a private company.
More significant, however, has been the export earnings figure, which for the last calendar year has been tentatively placed at SLRs 44 billion ($1.00 is now approximately SLRs 61.80), representing a 29% improvement on the 1996 figure.
"However, market data, academic research, and feedback from a diverse landscape of financial and end user firms indicate that one of the implemented capital standards namely, the SLRs is working counterproductively, limiting access to derivatives risk management strategies and discouraging the central clearing of standardized swap products.
They give you the flexibility of interchangeable lenses without the bulk associated with SLRs. This aluminium-bodied snapper is Nikon's latest entry-level CSC, following last year's Nikon 1 J2 and the Nikon 1 J1 the year before that, the UK's two best-selling CSCs.
Nikon's addition of the models leaves Canon as the only manufacturer among the four largest to still use mirrors in all SLRs, or cameras with interchangeable lenses.
The Tokina AT-X 124 PRO DX II (724.50 [pounds sterling]) is a fine example, made for Canon and Nikon digital SLRs using the cropped APS-C image sensor.
Most of the cameras discussed in the book offer full control over exposure and focus, just like digital SLRs, and include a wide range of focal length possibilities, even though they don't have interchangeable lenses.