graphic arts camera

Definition: Camera used to produce high-contrast film for printing press. * Consists of film-holder and lens running on an axis shared with an easel which holds the object, usually a print or paste-up, for copying: the distance between lens and copy can be changed to alter magnification. * Largely obsolete having been replaced by scanners.

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