A camera is an optical instrument for recording or catching pictures, which might be put away privately, transmitted to another area, or both. The images might be singular still photos or groupings of views constituting recordings or motion pictures. The camera is a remote detecting gadget as it detects subjects with no contact. The word camera originates from camera obscura, which signifies “dull chamber” and is the Latin name of the first gadget for anticipating a picture of outer reality onto a level surface. The advanced photographic camera developed from the camera obscura. The working of the camera is fundamentally the same as the working of the human eye. The first changeless photo of a camera picture was made in 1826 by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce.