Term - Medium-format
|Medium-format||SWPP and BPPA Photographic Glossary|
Monday 1st September 2014
A medium-format camera uses roll film to take pictures with 6cm width. These often have interchangeable backs so film can be swapped mid-roll and Polaroid or a digital back can be used to instantly proof a composition or exposure. Medium-format cameras are costly and often bulky so tend to be used by enthusiasts or professionals.
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