|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|
“See the Category: 120 film for a list of cameras using this film. 120 film is a film format for...120 film
“The Pony Premo No. 3 is one of Rochester Optical Co.'s famous wooden drop bed folding view...Pony Premo No. 3
“The Tessar is a camera lens designed by Paul Rudolph, working for the Carl Zeiss Jena company...Tessar
“The Midg are a line of cameras made by the British company Butcher in the 1900s and 1910s. All...Midg
“Houghton's Klito No. 1 falling plate magazine camera is made for a set of glass plate holders...Klito
“The big brass lens in the image above is heavier than a modern SLR, it's sized for a big studio...Aristostigmat
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Pages in category "1900-1905"
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