A camera magazine is a light-tight chamber or pair of chambers designed to hold film and move motion picture film stock before and after it has been exposed in the camera. In most movie cameras, the magazine is a removable piece of equipment. Many still photo cameras also have removeable camera magazines.
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... Magazines are designed to be light-tight in and of themselves ... The latches used to open the magazine usually lock when closed and require non-casual fiddling to trip their locks ... Sometimes the entire edge of the magazine door is taped as an extra measure of light-tightness, although for newer properly maintained magazines this is not strictly necessary ...
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