Quiz For Lesson 2:

The Camera And Its Variations

 

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Shutter.
diaphragm.
Camera Obscura.
Lens.

 

Project the image onto the film.
Control the intensity of the light reaching the film.
Control the length of the exposure.
Hold the film in position for the exposure.

 

True
False

 

1/500 of a second.
1/30 of a second.
1/125 of a second.
1/250 of a second.

 

f22
f8
f32
f11

 

f22
f1.4

 

Focusing on the cable car instead of his wife.
Using a larger diaphragm opening.
Using a different shutter speed.
Using a smaller diaphragm opening.

 

True
False

 

4 to 15 feet.
10 feet to infinity.
10 to 25 feet.
7 to 50 feet.

 

A mathematical formula.
A light transmission test.

 

To be sure the viewfinder is parallel with the film.
To ensure getting the same picture on the film as seen in the viewfinder.
To correct for the use of different lenses on the camera.
So the photographer can focus the camera accurately.

 

 

Yes
No

 

In a camera, the viewfinder image always appears in sharp focus.

But in a camera, the viewfinder image appears out of focus until you focus the lens for the proper subject distance.

In a camera, you view the subject through the same lens that takes the picture.

A camera sometimes has interchangeable focusing screens.

A camera, sometimes has framelines which change in the viewfinder when you put on a different lens.

 

It's viewing lens is bigger than it's taking lens.
It has an instant-return reflex mirror.
It's ground glass viewfinder is approximately the same size as the finished negative.
It's viewing and taking lenses focus simultaneously.

 

Inside the camera after the exposure has been made.
Outside the camera after the completed exposure is ejected.
When you pull the film package from the camera.
After you turn the crank to eject the completed exposure.

 

Yes
No

 

To expand or compress the bellows for focusing.
To open the diaphragm leaves for viewing.
To open the shutter blades for viewing.
To turn the focusing ring rapidly.

 

Raise the lens standard.
Tilt the lens standard.
Raise the film back.
Tilt the film back.

 

 

 

 

Leaf shutter diagram.

 

 

 

 

 

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