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Sprocket hole.

Also “perforations.” The long rows of small rectangular holes punched into the edge (rebate) of roll film are sprocket holes, used by the camera’s film transport mechanism.

cf. sprocket, sprocket hole counter.

Entry last updated 2002-04-26. Term 1162 of 1487.


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