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The types most commonly used for creative photography are single-lens reflex
and twin-lens reflex cameras in the roll-film size and single-lens reflex and range-
finder cameras in the 35-mm size. Roll-film cameras. The single-lens reflex ...
In its simplest form (Figure 2), the camera is a light-tight container carrying a lens,
a light-tight container Figure 2: Basic camera elements. shutter, a diaphragm, a
device for holding (and changing) the film in the correct image plane, and a ...
The effect is most prominent with fast films, which have comparatively large silver
halide crystals; slower, fine-grain emulsions are therefore preferable for miniature
and ultraminiature negatives intended for considerable enlargement.
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