Erik Walum and Björn Ekwall
The early box cameras took sharp pictures if the light, distance and speed of objects were ideal. However, in most situations, the pictures were blurred. With time, cameras with variable apertures, composite lenses, shutters and focusing devices were developed, increasing the resolution of pictures and decreasing the distortion of the reproduced objects.
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