Cameras are not made of copper they are made of a special metal.
Metal and plastic :)
This question is unclear. Cameras can be made from almost anything; metal, plastic, wood, leather, etc.
In the early days of photography, most cameras were made of wood, a few from metal. Nowadays cameras are made from many materials, depending on quality - chiefly metal or plastic. The lenses are usually glass.
you could make cameras out of anything like metal, plastic, wood, etc. but usually the first camera was made out of wood but todays cameras are made out of metal.
Kodak cameras are actually made in Afghanistan
Metal and plastic are used to make cameras along with glass/perspex reflectors.
bpace cameras are made of foam, so that leaving the atmousfear dosent react to them.
this Submarine can not break of water pressure because it is made of the hardest metal in the world!
to catch drug dealers
To make porn
they worked by wind a metal pole that was bilt into the camara
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor . it is the the sensor on DSLR cameras. In lay man terms its the film in the digital camera.
The first Canon cameras ever produced were called "The Kawanon." These cameras were produced made and designed between 1933 and 1936. Since then, Canon has made many more cameras and has become very successful.
Every day you are bombarded with thousands of still and movie images made by cameras.
Well films or movies are made from cameras so cameras are not films technically
Not all robots are made of metal but the majority of them are made of metal.
Of course not