Camera Laterna means “Bright Room” in Latin. We can find the first cores of cinema in ancient times in images reflected from a lighted box.
The Kilk Camera Laterna model, which is presented to the likes of cinema lovers, resembles a camera lens with its stepped and flat body form. The lens on the cover was obtained by applying transparent enamel on silver.
On the top of the cover, we are greeted by a mechanically operable film reel. The film strip on the body both aesthetically supports the visual show of the pen and takes the balance of writing from the tip of the pen to the middle.