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Box camera
The box camera is, with the exception of the pin hole camera, a camera in its simplest form. The form of the classic box camera is no more than a cardboard or plastic box with a lens in one end and film at the other. A simple box camera has only a single element meniscus fixed focus lens and usually lacks control of aperture and shutter speeds. This makes them suitable for daylight photography of medium distance, static subjects only — snapshots, essentially. During the type’s commercial life span, box cameras with photographic flash, shutter and aperture adjustment were introduced, allowing indoor photos.

Box camera


The box camera is, with the exception of the pin hole camera, a camera in its simplest form. The form of the classic box camera is no more than a cardboard or plastic box with a lens in one end and film at the other. A simple box camera has only a single element meniscus fixed focus lens and usually lacks control of aperture and shutter speeds. This makes them suitable for daylight photography of medium distance, static subjects only — snapshots, essentially. During the type’s commercial life span, box cameras with photographic flash, shutter and aperture adjustment were introduced, allowing indoor photos.

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