When you have completed this lesson you will be able to:
1. Explain the term "copy photography".
2. Identify the basic copy cameras and the situations in which they are
most likely used.
3. Describe the components and functions of the following copy cameras:
a. 35mm REPRONAR slide copier.
b. 4x5-inch view camera.
c. 8x10-inch copy camera.
These objectives support the following tasks:
Photograph Subjects with a 35mm Single Lens Reflex Camera.
Obtain Light Readings Using a Photoelectric Light Meter
Illuminate a Subject with Photoflood Lamps
Load a Cut Film Holder and Film Pack Adapter
Operate View Camera
Perform Copy Photography Using Camera Set KS-7A
There are many types of cameras that can be used for copying.
reality, ANY camera can be used for copying something; but in most cases, the
end result is not ALWAYS what you want it to be. So to keep matters simple and
to provide the needed knowledges in performing copy photography, we will stay
with the basic camera formats used in the military service today.
35mm, 4x5 inch and 8x10 inch format cameras. We will take one format size at a
time; identify and describe each one.