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A 23rd century camera.

A camera was a Human device used to take still images of a an event for later viewing.

History and specifics

A 20th century Hasselblad camera.

In 2020, Zoe Querez used a digital camera to take a picture of the crew of the USS Lewis & Clark in front of Saturn. (TOS novel: The Rings of Time)

In 2151, Trip Tucker took a picture of Archer IV with a camera. (ENT episode: "Strange New World")

Tucker again used a camera to take a picture of Captain Jonathan Archer. This picture was to be used by an artist to create a portrait of Archer. (ENT episode: "Rogue Planet")



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