|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 No. 2 Bulls-Eye was introduced in 1892 by the Boston Camera Manufacturing Company. It was...No. 2 Bulls-Eye
“The Graflex is a single-lens reflex camera, first produced in 1898 in New York, N.Y by the...Graflex reflex models
“After creating the first Anastigmat for Zeiss in 1889 Paul Rudolph stayed at the company for a...Planar
“The Folding Pocket Kodak was a folding camera made by Eastman Kodak Co. Ltd., Rochester, from...Folding Pocket Kodak
“Rochester Optical's Pony Premo No. 1 was a wooden folding bed camera. 1910 Premo Catalogue...Pony Premo No. 1
“Bausch & Lomb introduced its Unicum two-blade shutter in 1897. On top it had a speed dial with...Unicum
Pages in category "1890-1899"
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