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.
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.