|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 Tessar is a camera lens designed by Paul Rudolph, working for the Carl Zeiss Jena company...Tessar
“The Heag II folding plate cameras belonged to Ernemann's products for ambitious amateurs. The...Ernemann Heag II
“The Pony Premo No. 3 is one of Rochester Optical Co.'s famous wooden drop bed folding view...Pony Premo No. 3
“The No.1 Folding Pocket Kodak Model C was a folding camera that produced 2¼ x 3¼ inch exposures...No.1 Folding Pocket Kodak Model C
“The Seneca Chautauqua is a folding bed plate camera for 4×5 inch plates. It was made in or since...Seneca Chautauqua
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Pages in category "1900-1905"
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