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*12x20 inches
 
*12x20 inches
   
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Note that the size limit given here (4x5 inches) is arbitrary, since there is still sheet film available in smaller sizes (for instance, 6x9 cm); generally, though, such film is regarded as [[medium format]]. Also, keep in mind that what is currently considered "large format" was once considered to be average size; after all, when it was first introduced, the [[35mm|35mm format]] was called "miniature".
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Note that the size limit given here (4x5 inches) is arbitrary, since there is still sheet film available in smaller sizes (for instance, 6x9 cm); generally, though, such film is regarded as [[medium format]]. Also, keep in mind that what is currently considered "large format" was once considered to be average size; after all, when it was first introduced, the 35mm format was called "miniature".
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category: Large format|*]]
 
[[Category: Large format|*]]
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[[Category: Film formats]]
 

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