|early period:||1839-1889||from craftsmenship to industry|
|precentennial period:||1890-1899||towards mass production|
|era of paradigm changes:||1900-1905||emergence of roll film|
|peaceful years:||1906-1910||postcard format folding cameras|
|prewar period:||1911-1914||cameras with modern shutters|
“The Graflex is a single-lens reflex camera, first produced in 1898 in New York, N.Y by the...Graflex reflex models
“The No. 2 Bulls-Eye was introduced in 1892 by the Boston Camera Manufacturing Company. It was...No. 2 Bulls-Eye
“The Folding Pocket Kodak was a folding camera made by Eastman Kodak Co. Ltd., Rochester, from...Folding Pocket Kodak
“Bausch & Lomb introduced its Unicum two-blade shutter in 1897. On top it had a speed dial with...Unicum
“After creating the first Anastigmat for Zeiss in 1889 Paul Rudolph stayed at the company for a...Planar
“The Kodak No. 2 Flexo was a box camera for rollfilm. It was easier to open than other box...Kodak No. 2 Flexo
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