or “Mirror Lock-up” – Found in a camera with the ability to keep its mirror in the up position to prevent vibration from mirror movement in a long exposure. Locking up the mirror may also permit certain specialty lenses to be attached that would otherwise come into contact with the mirror, and in some digital cameras, keeps the mirror out of the way when cleaning the image sensor.
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Photography is from the Greek word φωτογραφία. When translated, φωτογραφία literally means writing with light. LiteWriting Photography has been providing courses to the Central MA photographers for over 11 years.