a number of sheets of film arranged one over the other and connected so that they can be exposed successively.
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How to use film pack in a sentence
The Go is about the size of a pear and weighs half a pound without a film pack—small and light enough to fit in most bags or jacket pockets.
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
Capacity 12 2½ × 4¼ Premo film pack exposures without reloading.Premo Cameras, 1914. | Canadian Kodak Company
The unexposed films remain in the film pack adapter with the slide in and may be used later.
The film pack adapter will hold a pack of 12 sheets of film, and accordingly, will permit the taking of 12 pictures.
Further, the film pack is made so that it may be loaded into the adapter in the open light.
British Dictionary definitions for film pack
a box containing several sheets of film for use in a plate camera
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