a small case to hold a removable part of some mechanism, designed for convenience in inserting and removing the working part. Most commonly referring to a tape cassette, made mostly of plastic, which holds a reel of magnetic tape for tape players or tape recorders or video cassette recorders. The term may refer, as for tape cassettes, to the integrated case plus tape, or sometimes only to the case itself separate from the contents.
This is the tape and housing onto which video recordings are made. See also the Betamax tape gallery.
A sound recording medium which employs a magnet tape, onto which analogue signals are recorded. Cassette decks have no been phased out in preference to DAT, CD and MD.
Small case, as an encased video or audio tape.
Better known as a film cassette, and sometimes called a cartridge, this is a light-proof container of metal or plastic into which film manufacturers (and bulk film loaders) roll strips of unexposed 35 mm film. APS film is also loaded by manufacturers into a cassette.
Self-enclosed two-reel tape module.
Light-trapped film container used with 35 mm cameras.
Originally, Compact Cassette. Popular domestic 1/8" tape format. Difficult to cue up accurately, so awkward for live theatre, but cheap, so often used by small scale touring companies as sound effects source. A different cassette is used for each effect. Still popular in four track music applications.
A double core container enclosing roll film. Designed to be inserted into microfilm viewing devices.
Photographic film container.
Light tight container for 35mm camera film.
a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video
a case with a tape inside it that tells a tape recorder what to play
a light tight film holder that contains one piece of film and two intensifying screens
a small, flat case containing two reels and a length of magnetic tape that winds between them, used in audio or video tape recorder or players
a spooled magnetic tape that, again, records data in an elemental form
A cassette is a light, metal/plastic container that secures a roll of negatives.
Small metal canister, with light-trapped slot for holding 35min still film.
Data storage media that contains two reels and a strip of magnetic tape that moves between them to record and play back audio and video.
Audio or video device utilized for recording and playback of sampled material. A cassette contains two wheels and the tape medium rolled onto the two wheels.
Cass The Cassette is an analogue format where the music is stored on a magnetic ribbon. It emaerged at the beginning of the 70s and rose to a peak of popularity in the early 80s before CD took over. Cassettes have the advantage of being easily transportable and fairly durable, however they degrade over long periods of time and hence have very little collectors value.
A self-contained package of reel-to-reel blank or recorded film, videotape or electronically embossed vinyl tape which is continuous and self-rewinding. Similar to a cartridge, but of slightly different design.
A rigid or flexible light-tight container for holding radiographic recording media (film or paper) with or without intensifying screens, during exposure.
An analog format that uses a magnetic film to record audio information.
A preloaded container with tape and spools for use with your Pioneer cassette recorders.
A self-contained roll film container which has two cores, enabling film to wind and rewind without leaving the container.
Audio cassette or analogue cassette. Contains blank or pre-recorded tape on spools constrained within a case or cassette.
The container housing the roll of film, especially for 35mm film. 35mm film loaded into a cassette is also called 135 format. It is available in lengths of 12, 24, and 36 frames, and can be used in any 35mm camera past or present.
An Amstrad cassette is a standard audio cassette with Amstrad programs recorded onto it. A cassette is also known as a "tape".
light tight metal or plastic container holding measured lengths of 35mm or medium format film, which may be loaded straight into the camera.
A magnetic tape storage device, which combines the tape, and supply and take-up reels into a removable unit. The 1/4'' audio cassette and the VHS and Beta videotape units are the most familiar forms of cassette. See cartridge.
self-contained tape storage and playback device, designed to be used with an audio or videocassette tape recorder.
a light-tight metal or plastic container that permits a roll of 35mm film t5o be loaded into a camera in the light. Also called cartridge
Elliptically shaped film cassette designed especially for the Advanced Photo System that serves as the sealed, leaderless container for all System film whether unexposed, exposed or processed. See also Film Status Indicators and NRIC.