Definition of SLR in English:

SLR

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adjective

  • Denoting or relating to a single-lens reflex camera.

    ‘These products have made digital SLR cameras accessible to the general public.’
    • ‘Since digital photography has come such a long way, even some pros have put aside their SLR cameras for the digital equivalents.’
    • ‘The popstar grabbed her SLR digital camera and turned it on the watching photographers, waving as she zoomed in.’
    • ‘If you have an SLR camera and tripod, you're good to go.’
    • ‘This SLR backpack combines practicality and style with customizable organization and sleek lines.’
    • ‘The camera has been developed to help SLR beginners easily capture high-quality images.’
    • ‘This design does break with the traditional SLR body format.’
    • ‘This camera photography course is designed for the digital SLR enthusiast.’
    • ‘Once constructed, you have a fully functioning SLR film camera with two interchangeable lenses.’
    • ‘I don't expect SLR images from a point and shoot such as this.’

Pronunciation

SLR

/ˈˌes ˈˌel ˈär/ /ˈˌɛs ˈˌɛl ˈɑr/

noun

  • A single-lens reflex camera.

    ‘the best cameras for the job are SLRs’
    • ‘It's the ideal gift for photographers ready to move to a digital SLR.’
    • ‘We offer a variety of classes for professional photographers to novices, from setting up lighting to learning something about a new SLR.’
    • ‘With the larger cameras, SLRs and the like, it becomes even more important to avoid camera shake.’
    • ‘I can't wait to come back and bring my SLR!’
    • ‘Many of my photographers use high end SLRs.’
    • ‘It's a big camera, not much smaller than SLR.’
    • ‘You can certainly shoot street with an SLR, and do it very well.’
    • ‘It looks like an SLR, and the "pro" associations of that 'look' will be enough to sell the camera.’
    • ‘I originally bought a film SLR , but the images turned out horrible.’
    • ‘It has all the features you would expect on an entry-level SLR.’

Pronunciation

SLR

/ˈˌes ˈˌel ˈär/ /ˈˌɛs ˈˌɛl ˈɑr/

Origin

1960s abbreviation of single-lens reflex.