Photonics Dictionary

rotary camera

A camera system used for microphotography that has a structure, such as a cylinder or surveyor belt, to rotate the documents to be recorded. The image is fixed relative to film motion and exposure is progressive. Rotary cameras are generally used when rapid and inexpensive microfilming is required.
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