Single Lens Reflex (SLR)
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Single Lens Reflex (SLR): Stands for single lens reflex. It is a camera of 35mm or medium format in which a system of mirrors shows the user the image precisely as the lens renders it.
Single Supplement: An additional charge when purchasing a cruise or tour whose pricing is based on double-occupancy. This supplement can be as much as twice the ppdo rate.
Single Wing: A term used to describe a diverse set of formations, now out of fashion but highly popular between 1906 and World War II, that typically used an unbalanced line, direct snap, and one wingback.
Single Servo AF: When focus is locked as long as the shutter release button is lightly pressed.
Single Overhead Cam (SOHC): A single cam shaft found in the head or top of the engine that activates the valves. (Compare DOHC).
Single Option: A leading futures and options exchange in Singapore.
Single- Gene Disorder: Hereditary disorder caused by a mutant allele of a single gene (e.g., duchenne muscular dystrophy, retinoblastoma, sickle cell disease). Compare polygenic disorders.
Single-Camera Production: A mode of production wherein one camera operates at a time and the shots are done in the most economically efficient order. On television, the main mode used in creating prime-time dramas, m . . . View Full Definition
Single-Family, Owner-Occupied Dwellings: A dwelling which will be owned and occupied by a signatory to the mortgage or deed of trust secured by such dwelling within 90 days of the execution of the mortgage or deed of trust.
Single-Gene Disorder: Hereditary disorder caused by a mutant allele of a single gene (e.g., duchenne muscular dystrophy, retinoblastoma, sickle cell disease).
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