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Kazran's camera. (TV: A Christmas Carol)

A camera was a device for taking still photographs.

Jamie McCrimmon used a camera to take pictures of an army of humanoids on an Earth-like planet. (PROSE: Follow the Phantoms)

Isobel Watkins used a camera and infrared film to take pictures of the Cybermen in the London sewers. (TV: The Invasion)

Harrison Chase used a camera to photograph the Krynoid in the grounds of Chase Mansion. (TV: The Seeds of Doom)

The Fourth Doctor used a Polaroid camera to take a photograph of the soldier in Florence, 1505, and knocked him out while he was distracted by his photographic image. (TV: City of Death)

The Seventh Doctor used a camera to communicate with the Imperial Dalek Mothership, after first connecting it to the Dalek Transmat by fibre optic cable. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)

Mickey Smith used his camera phone to take a picture of a Slitheen whilst it was being electrocuted. (TV: World War Three)

Fairies could choose whether or not a camera could take their picture. (TV: Small Worlds)

Kazran Sardick kept a camera about him. He used it to take black and white pictures of his adventures with the Eleventh Doctor and Abigail Pettigrew. (TV: A Christmas Carol)

The Eleventh Doctor used a camera to take photographs of "the Witch of the Well" throughout the history of the site of Caliburn House, and to take pictures of himself. (TV: Hide)

Many cameras failed to work during what was later called Operation Mannequin, resulting in a smaller-than-expected amount of footage being captured of the attack. (PROSE: Operation Mannequin)