single lens

single lens

[′siŋ·gəl ′lenz]
(optics)
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The machines only require a single lens to process thin-to-thick materials, which helps maximise machine uptime and eliminate costly operator errors.
Panasonic has announced the development of the Lumix S1H, a new Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera equipped with a full-frame image sensor.
Bellamy, a graphic designer and photographer, offers a technical guide to using mechanical cameras manufactured between the mid-1930s and the late 1960s, focusing on cameras that take film, whether they are fixed or interchangeable lens, rangefinder, or SLR (single lens reflex).
INDIA, April 27 -- The 'budget' iPhone XR presently comes with only a single lens on the back, but the phone's successor might pack a dual camera system, according to a report by Mac Otakara.
Comprising of the LUMIX S1R and S1, the LUMIX S is the brand's first full-frame Digital Single Lens Mirrorless cameras with a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor.
When switching to DSLR, (Digital Single-Lens Relfex Camera, which combines the optics of a single lens reflex camera with a digital imagining sensor), I enrolled in a local photography school called Photomagic for two months to learn the technicalities of photography.
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Marchon Eyewear explained that a gold filament is wrapped around the lenses, which has been joined using a reverse bevel technique to achieve a single lens effect.
The two companies introduced the ZF S-Cam4, a forward looking camera family that includes a single lens, mono-camera.
As Canon continues to unveil new digital cameras and technology, the firm a few days ago said it will stop selling its last single lens film camera in a moment that some have described as a formal end of an era.
The larger S9+ has dual lens 12MP cameras on the back, while the S9 makes do with a single lens. Both can handle super-low light by automatically adjusting the aperture (like the pupil in your eye) and can shoot super slowmotion at 960 frames-persecond.
Panasonic introduces a new Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera, the LUMIX GX9, in a sleek, compact design.