Still camera

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A still camera is a type of camera used to take photographs. Traditional cameras capture light into photographic film. Digital cameras use electronics, usually a charge coupled device (CCD) to store digital images in computer memory inside the camera. The digital image can be transferred to a computer for later processing.

The still camera may be divided in a number of types (some cameras fall into more than one category):

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