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Monorail Camera: Is a sheet film camera, of modular construction, mounted on a rail system to give maximum camera movements.
Pinhole Camera: Camera without a lens which uses a very small hole pierced in one end to allow light to pass through and form an image on the back of the camera which can be covered by film.
Plate Camera: Camera designed to take glass plates but often adapted to take cut film.
Polaroid Camera: An instant picture camera designed for polaroid materials.
Panoramic Camera: Camera with a special type of scanning lens which rotates on its rear nodal point and produces an image of the scanned area on a curved plate or film.
Rangefinder Cameras: Show a slightly offset image because of different alignment of lens and viewfinder.
One Shot Color Camera: Is an obsolete plate camera making three color separation negatives from a single exposure.
Miniature Camera: Is a term commonly applied to cameras with a format size of less than 35mm.
Multimode Camera: Is a 35mm camera that will operate in several modes.
Multiple-Camera Production: A mode of production unique to television wherein two or more cameras are used to record the scene, enabling simultaneous and/or post-production editing. The mode used in most sitcoms and al . . . View Full Definition
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Chromogenic Materials: Color photographic materials which form dyes during processing.