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The lens system within a camera forms a _______ on the sensor. A. real, inverted image B. virtual, upright image C. virtual, inverted image D. real, upright image
The lens system within a camera forms a real, inverted image on the sensor.
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The lens system within a camera forms a real, inverted image on the sensor.
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The answer is C. Virtual inverted image because they process the image that being scanned from the camera scensor.
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