Process Camera

A large camera used for graphic arts photography, such as shooting negatives and positives as a prelude to platemaking, making color separations, or screening continuous-tone images into halftones. See Photography: Graphic Arts Photography. A process camera is also known as a stat camera and a copy camera.

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