full-frame digital SLR


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full-frame digital SLR

A digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera with a sensor the same size as a 35mm camera. See crop factor.
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The almost-100-year-old camera lens arrangement was made to mount upon a full-frame digital SLR, Bognacki got hold of a type 127 film and a suitable adapter, and the setup worked.
Designed for advanced amateurs and videographers making the move to a full-frame Digital SLR, the EOS 6D fits neatly into Canon's professional imaging system with an advanced feature set including full manual options for creative control in addition to new and intuitive automatic settings to help even novice photographers capture great images.
For example, the Swarovski Optik ATM 80 HD Telescope with 25-50x eyepiece pictured here in effect becomes a 1,280-millimetre f/10 lens when attached to a full-frame digital SLR. This increases by a factor of 1.3x to 2x depending on the crop factor of the image sensor of the camera in use.
New 77- and 101-mm (pictured) refractors from Borg serve as portable visual instruments and, with the f/4 Super Reducer, wide-field astrographic lenses optimized for full-frame digital SLR cameras.