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box camera

[′bäks ‚kam·rə]
(optics)
A camera that consists of a box, an arrangement for loading and winding film, a simple lens of fixed focus, and a simple shutter with a speed of about ¹⁄₃₀ second.
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Some box cameras are better than others, and the price will reflect that.
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I therefore sought out negatives from the family, which as family snapshots are, consisted mostly of family portraits taken on box cameras.
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Psst, how are you getting on over there, hurry up, children with box cameras approaching from an east-erly direction.
Workshop for eight- 14 year olds creating photos from a tin box camera, learning about using light and developing in the darkroom.