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Words Related to Arts and Crafts - Parts of Camera

Here you will learn some English words related to parts of cameras such as "shutter", "tripod", and "matte box".

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camera back
[noun]
a removable part of a camera that contains the film or digital sensor and is attached to the rear of the camera body
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shutter
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a mechanical device in a camera or projector that regulates the exposure time of each frame of film or video
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hotshoe
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a standardized mounting point on a camera body that allows for the attachment of external accessories, such as a flash unit or microphone
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viewfinder
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a device on a camera that allows the photographer to preview the image or composition before taking the picture
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fisheye lens
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a type of wide-angle lens that produces a distorted, hemispherical image, with straight lines appearing curved and a wide field of view that can capture up to 180 degrees of the scene
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telephoto lens
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a type of camera lens that has a longer focal length than a standard lens
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wide-angle lens
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a type of camera lens that has a shorter focal length than a standard lens
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zoom lens
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a type of camera lens that allows the photographer to change the focal length and adjust the magnification of the image
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filter
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a device or accessory that is attached to the front of a camera lens or placed in front of the camera sensor to modify the light that passes through it
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monopod
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a camera support device that consists of a single pole or leg, typically made of lightweight materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber
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tripod
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a camera support device that consists of three legs and a mounting plate or head, commonly made of lightweight materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber
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film
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a light-sensitive material that is used for capturing photographic images
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film gauge
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the width or size of film stock used in filmmaking
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film base
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the transparent material that is coated with light-sensitive emulsion used in traditional film photography
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film holder
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a device used to hold a sheet of photographic film flat and in place during exposure in large format cameras
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film speed
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the measure of a film's sensitivity to light, which determines how quickly it reacts to light and how much light is required to produce a properly exposed image
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film stock
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the type of film used in still photography or filmmaking, such as 35mm, 16mm, or 8mm
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film grain
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the visible texture or pattern of small particles on the surface of a photographic film or paper
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photographic plate
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a flat, light-sensitive sheet of glass or plastic coated with a photographic emulsion
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negative
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an image that has tones and colors that are inverted from the original scene, with dark areas appearing light and light areas appearing dark
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reversal film
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a type of photographic film that produces a positive image on a transparent base, which can be viewed directly or projected onto a screen without the need for printing
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light meter
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a device that measures the amount of light in a scene to assist photographers in setting the correct exposure settings for a camera
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lens
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a piece of curved glass or other transparent material that is used to focus light and form an image in a camera or other optical device
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flash
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a device that produces a sudden burst of bright light to illuminate a scene and provide additional light for capturing an image
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lens hood
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a device that attaches to the front of a camera lens to prevent unwanted light from entering the lens and causing lens flare or other types of image degradation
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lens cap
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a removable cover that fits over the front of a camera lens to protect it from dust, scratches, and other types of damage when the camera is not in use, or during transportation
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lens adapter
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a device that allows a camera to use lenses designed for a different camera or lens mount, by physically connecting the lens and camera with an intermediate ring or mount
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camera monitor
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a small display screen on a camera or external device that shows the live view of the camera's image
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microscope adapter
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a device used to attach a camera or other imaging device to a microscope, allowing the user to capture images or video of microscopic samples
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dew shield
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a device that attaches to the front of a camera lens or telescope to prevent moisture from accumulating on the lens, typically during outdoor use in humid or dewy conditions
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UV filter
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a clear lens filter that is attached to the front of a camera lens to block ultraviolet light and protect the lens from scratches, dust, and other types of damage
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matte box
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a device that attaches to the front of a camera lens and provides adjustable shading to control the amount and direction of light entering the lens
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