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- iPhone - Camera
Sound emitted by the Apple iPhone when taking a photo (x2). Duration: 00:03.
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- Camera
Digital SLR camera (Nikon D70s): development and release (x2). Duration: 00:04.
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- Paparazzi2
3 paparazzi cameras that shoot your star. To be set at low volume at the same time as a sound environment. Duration: 00:04.
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- Trigger of camera1
Trigger camera SLR type (Nikon D70S). Standard noise. Duration: 00:01.
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- Triggering camera
Trigger a reflex camera. Noise standard. Duration: 00:01.
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- SLR camera in burst mode1
26 shots of a Canon EOS 600D SLR camera in burst mode at 3.5 frames per second. Duration: 00:08.
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- Instamatic, triggering2
Triggering of a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- Flash powder1
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. Duration: 00:02.
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- Trigger of camera2
Trigger camera SLR type (Nikon D70S). Standard noise. Duration: 00:01.
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- Autofocus Canon D600
Autofocus a DSLR. Canon D600. Duration: 00:11.
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- Instamatic, triggering1
Triggering of a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- Two triggers camera
Triggers camera SLR type. Standard noise. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#2389)
- Paparazzi1
4 paparazzi cameras that shoot your star. To be set at low volume at the same time as a sound environment. Duration: 00:06.
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- SLR camera in burst mode2
6 triggers of a reflex camera in burst mode. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#2686)
- Flash powder2
Sound of a "Flashing powder" flash. In the middle of the 19th century, the average exposure time in photography was around 30 seconds. In 1887, Adolf Mieetke and Johannes Gaedicke invented "Flashing Powder". It is an explosive mixture made of magnesium, potassium chlorate and antimony. Once ignited, its combustion provides a bright light, noise but also a lot of smoke. The first flash was born and made it possible to shorten exposure times. Thanks to Gerry OULEVAY (GerryOulevay.ch), photographed by Chantal CODOUREY PIGUET. Duration: 00:02.
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- Trigger of camera3
A trigger from an old film camera. Kodak Six-20 Brownie C. It was assembled in Great Britain from 1946 to 1953. Duration: 00:01.
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- Instamatic, winder3
Winder from a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- Instamatic, winder1
Winder from a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- SLR camera in burst mode4
12 triggers of a reflex camera in burst mode. Duration: 00:01.
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Click here to listen to this sound (#2820)
- Instamatic, winder4
Winder from a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- Instamatic, winder2
Winder from a Kodak Instamatic 133-X. Duration: 00:01.
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- SLR camera in burst mode3
10 triggers of a reflex camera in burst mode. Duration: 00:01.
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