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An instant camera was a piece of evidence in Gregory Edgeworth's investigation into the murder of Pierre Hoquet, also known as Issac Dover, during Jeffrey Master's Great Dessert Contest to obtain the coveted Angel's Recipe Book.
Prior to the murder, Jeffrey Master used the camera to photograph the contestants' entries. However, at the time of the murder, Dane Gustavia stole it in order to get a photograph of the Angel's Recipe Book inside the room that Master was using for his own entry, specifically the "recipe" for a cure for ageusia, a condition affecting his sense of taste. During this time, Issac Dover walked in on him, causing a violent altercation resulting in Dover's death.
Gustavia later returned the camera to where it had been, where Master found it again. Master found that he didn't have enough film to photograph Delicia Scones's room. Due to this, he had Katherine Hall get more film for him to be able to continue judging the entries. However, when Hall returned after changing the film, she heard a crash and discovered Dover's body. Upon later learning that Isaac Dover and Pierre Hoquet were one and the same, she used the camera in order to take multiple pictures of Dover's entry, which was a collection of sculptures made of frozen sherbet based on the constellations of the zodiac. She also submitted a picture of the Gemini and Taurus sculptures to the police.
Later, Edgeworth added the camera to the court record after Katherine Hall took a picture of him and Raymond Shields. He later used it to reveal that Hall had taken more pictures than assumed, as the number of photos that could be taken and the number of photos taken combined with the remaining number of photos that could be taken did not match up.
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