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|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|
“Type: viewfinder folding camera, Manufacturer: Kodak, Year of launch: 1909, Film | frame size...Kodak No. 3A Folding Brownie Model A
“The Ensignette was one of the very characteristic camera types of Houghtons Ltd., London. This...Ensignette
“The Aviso is a 4.5×6cm magazine camera made by Hüttig, then ICA. The original model appeared in...Aviso
“The Ball Bearing shutter was very common on old Kodak cameras. It appeared when Kodak wanted to...Ball Bearing Shutter
“The No. 3 B Folding Hawk-Eye was a folding bed camera for making postcard sized shots on...No. 3 B Folding Hawk-Eye
“The rare wooden No. 3 Bulls-Eye box camera made 3 1/4 x 4 1/4" photos on No. 124 film.No. 3 Bulls-Eye
Pages in category "1906-1910"
The following 49 pages are in this category, out of 49 total.