A half-frame film camera is a type of film camera that captures images on half the standard frame size. Instead of the usual 35mm film frame, which is 36x24mm, a half-frame camera divides this frame in half, resulting in images that are approximately 18x24mm in size. This format allows photographers to take two images on a single frame of film, effectively doubling the number of photos that can be taken on a roll of film. Half-frame cameras were popular during the 1960s and 1970s and offer a unique and creative way to capture multiple shots in a single film roll.
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