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    SLR vs SLR-like

    What is difference between SLR and SLR-like cameras?

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    Mainly an interchangeable lens system and reflex mirror assembly with optical viewfinder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by camveda
    What is difference between SLR and SLR-like cameras?
    It depends on which dSLR. At the very basic level CW has aready covered the lens and mirror (for real-time TTL viewing) part. Generally, dSLR's have much quicker power-up, no movie mode, faster focus and virtually no shutter lag.

    Also, greater shutter speeds (up to 1/8000 vs. 1/2000), usable high ISO range (up to ISO 3200), better flash systems, faster control interface, very long battery life, and better depth-of-field control.

    The importance of lens changeability becomes apparent when you really need a good f1.8 or f2 fixed focal length lens. In combination with very high ISO it can literally be a night and day difference.

    The new Sony DSC R-1 has many of the attributes of a dSLR, but is still an all-in-one (without a movie mode) using an EVF and non-changeable lens.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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    Ha! See, I can change...


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    The advantage of the all-in-one DSLR-like cameras is that they're inexpensive and offer many of the featurs of a DSLR. The advantage of DSLR is the larger sensor size and hence the cleaner image. Non-DSLR photos often need more adjustmants and are pretty much a compromise between cost and quality. With a DSLR you can use a cheap lens or a very expensive lens with obvious repercussions on quality. Usable high-ISO might be attractive to some too.

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