How Do Cameras Work?


Light is focussed by the lens,then the aperture controls the amount of light passes into the camera, the shutter on the other hand controls how long light is allowed to pass into the camera. While the shutter is open, the camera lens focuses light on the film at the back of the camera. The film reacts chemically to the light so that the image is recorded.
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How Do Cameras Work?
Cameras work essentially by gathering just enough light into a dark space to reflect the image onto film to create a photograph. Understand how cameras work, and find out how the first camera was made, with information from a professional art and... More »
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