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film pack

noun, Photography
1.
a number of sheets of film arranged one over the other and connected so that they can be exposed successively.
Origin of film pack
1960-1965
1960-65
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  • The unexposed films remain in the film pack adapter with the slide in and may be used later.

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  • The film pack adapter will hold a pack of 12 sheets of film, and accordingly, will permit the taking of 12 pictures.

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  • As they were airborne, Scotty took the speed graphic he had brought and checked to see that a film pack was in place.

    Smugglers' Reef John Blaine
  • And the film pack takes up so little room that it is possible to make the Premo Film cameras remarkably light and compact.

    Premo Cameras, 1914. Canadian Kodak Company
  • Rick got his camera from the case, inserted a film pack, and stuffed a few flash bulbs into his pocket.

    Smugglers' Reef John Blaine
  • Further, the film pack is made so that it may be loaded into the adapter in the open light.

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British Dictionary definitions for film pack

film pack

noun
1.
a box containing several sheets of film for use in a plate camera
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