Camera obscura (disambiguation)
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A camera obscura (meaning literally "darkened chamber") is a device for projecting an image on a screen, using either a lens or pinhole.
Camera Obscura may refer to specific camera obscuras:
- Camera Obscura (San Francisco, California), at the Cliff House, San Francisco
- Camera Obscura, on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh
- Grand Union Camera Obscura, on Douglas Head on the Isle of Man
Camera Obscura may also refer to:
In entertainment and media
- Camera Obscura (film), a 2003 film by Hamlet Sarkissian
- Camera Obscura (2010 film), a 2010 film starring Jack Klugman
Literature and publications
- Camera Obscura (Doctor Who), a 2002 Doctor Who novel by Lloyd Rose
- Camera Obscura (journal), a feminism, culture and media studies journal
- Camera obscura (novel), a 2006 novel by Nejc Gazvoda
- Camera Obscura, an 1839 novel by Nicolas Beets, also known as Hildebrand
- "Camera Obscura", a short story by Basil Cooper that was made into a segment of Night Gallery
- Camera Obscura, one of the translated titles of Laughter in the Dark, a 1932 novel by Vladimir Nabokov
- Camera Obscura, a 2011 novel by Lavie Tidhar
- Camera Obscura (album), by Nico
- Camera Obscura (band), an indie pop band from Glasgow
- Camera Obscura (US band), a post-hardcore rock band from San Diego, who released their first full-length album To Change the Shape of an Envelope on Troubleman Unlimited in 2000.
- Camera Obscura (electronic duo), a British synth pop band, who had a minor hit in 1983 with the Destitution EP
- Camera Obscura (record label), an Australian independent label specializing in psychedelic styles
- "Camera Obscura", the ninth track off of Enigma's 2000 album The Screen Behind the Mirror
- Camera Obscura (Fatal Frame), the name of a camera used to exorcise spirits by taking pictures, used in the game Fatal Frame
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