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A lighttight metalcontainer (cartridge) that holds 135 film (cylindrical magazine) or when apply tomedium format, magazine back refer to the inter changeable container that holds thefilms for mounting on the back of the camera for exposures.

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magazine

A light-proof metal container for 35 mm film, also known as a cartridge.
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magazine

A lighttight metal container (cartridge) that holds 135 film (cylindrical magazine).
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magazine

An attachment to a camera with one or two light-proof chambers that hold 400 or 1,000 feet of film. One camera will typically have two or three magazines which can be loaded ahead of time.
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In the United Kingdom it is known as a spool box. It is the device, which winds up the film after photography (in a camera), copying (in a printer), and after projection (in projection).
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