본문내용The word “camera” originally referred to a round ceiling or room in Latin. In 15th century Europe, a device called a “camera obscura,” meaning “dark room,” came into widespread use.
A camera obscura is essentially a dark chamber with a small hole in one wall. An outside image is projected onto the wall opposite the hole. This was a useful invention for observing solar eclipses or drawing a rough sketch of a landscape. The camera obscura was a primitive form of camera, with the hole working as a lens and the wall as film.
In the early 20th century, Europeans started using the word “photographic” to indicate a camera shop in order to
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