Parts of a K-12 camera described in United States.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:5 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Army training film about parts of the K-12 camera. Title of the film 'Aerial Photography', Part 2, 'The K-12 Camera'. A man shows a K-12 camera used for night photography. A diagram of the camera. A pointer shows parts of the camera like photo electric cell and amplifier. A solenoid is attached to the shutter. Lenses and 12 volt battery. The aligned system of camera must be 13 and a half inches. Portals attached to a battery current. Before assembling the camera it is cleaned by air blower. Lenses are wiped. Amplifier is attached and locked over camera. Electric nodes are fastened. horizontal and lateral leveling of camera is measured. Number of exposures are calculated. Shutter speed is provided at three levels. Shutter and amplifier are set at on position. Cut film holder is loaded in a dark room and roll film magazine is loaded. The man shows the parts of camera mount.
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