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Brownie flasholder nr3

Brownie flasholder nr3

Apparatus 2 – Press Camera Obscura - Andrew John Milne

Apparatus 2 – Press Camera Obscura - Andrew John Milne

looks like my love for film has once again brought me back deep in the depths of the abyss of the waterworld with this wickedly design classic from the mid 70s.

looks like my love for film has once again brought me back deep in the depths of the abyss of the waterworld with this wickedly design classic from the mid 70s.

Sutton Panoramic camera with water-filled lens, about 1861. Includes a Silvy roll-holder back and a water-filled(?) integral spirit level. No manufacturer's plate but probably Thomas Ross of London.

Sutton Panoramic camera with water-filled lens, about 1861. Includes a Silvy roll-holder back and a water-filled(?) integral spirit level. No manufacturer's plate but probably Thomas Ross of London.

Contessa-Nettel: Deckrullo Nettel Telephoto camera

Contessa-Nettel: Deckrullo Nettel Telephoto camera

I Could Stare All Day at These Beautiful Studio Portraits of Cameras

I Could Stare All Day at These Beautiful Studio Portraits of Cameras

Camera maker Kurt Mottweiler produces elegant pinhole cameras capable of capturing 90 degree panoramas on 120 film. A curved film plane assures even edge-t

Camera maker Kurt Mottweiler produces elegant pinhole cameras capable of capturing 90 degree panoramas on 120 film. A curved film plane assures even edge-t

Largest Camera in the World - circa 1900: In 2 1/2 months, manufacturer J.A. Anderson of Chicago produced a mammoth camera with the following specifications: Size of glass negative: 8' x 4 1/2' feet! - Length with bellows extended: 20' - Length with bellows folded: 3' - Weight: 1,400 lbs - Number of operators: 15 - Exposure time: 2 1/2 min.

Largest Camera in the World - circa 1900: In 2 1/2 months, manufacturer J.A. Anderson of Chicago produced a mammoth camera with the following specifications: Size of glass negative: 8' x 4 1/2' feet! - Length with bellows extended: 20' - Length with bellows folded: 3' - Weight: 1,400 lbs - Number of operators: 15 - Exposure time: 2 1/2 min.