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Collecting vintage camera is a fun way to gain knowledge about history and photography. While people are upgrading to digital, 35mm film cameras are not old enough to be considered antique. In fact, it is still being used by some professional wedding and portrait photographers. One of the main reason most people buy used …

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Brownie is the name of a long-running popular series of simple and inexpensive cameras made by Eastman Kodak.. The Brownie camera, introduced in February 1900, invented low-cost photography by introducing the concept of the snapshot to the masses. The Brownie was a very basic cardboard box camera with a simple meniscus lens that …

The Brownie Camera Page offers history, galleries, tutorials, and helps you find out what camera you just found in the attic. It’s all about Eastman Kodak Brownie Camera. Created and maintained by Chuck Baker.

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Description and information on Box Cameras their history and how they work.

Anso Memo Box Camera. 1927 Introduced just before Ansco merged with the American subsidary of the German firm Agfa, this is a half frame 35mm camera on a vertical box. Ansco itself was the result of the merger of the E & H T Anthony Co. and Scovill & Adams in 1902 under the name of Anthony and Scovill.In 1907 the name was shortened to …

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New Listing Vintage Antique KODAK BROWNIE No. 2 Box Camera – Model F – Free Ship – 120 Film

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Vintage Cameras Ltd. Welcome to the vintagecameras.co.uk classiccameras web site. We stock a range of film cameras, lenses, filters, accessories, books, instruction manuals and associated photographic items: early wood and brass field cameras of the 1800-1900s, classic cameras of the 1920s through 1990s.

Welcome to Junkables.com Vintage Camera. Buy or sell old cameras, Kodak Hawkeye Instamatic Camera.

The history of the camera can be traced much further back than the introduction of photography.Cameras evolved from the camera obscura, and continued to change through many generations of photographic technology, including daguerreotypes, calotypes, dry plates, film, and to the modern day with digital cameras

The author holding his 1960s-era Kodak Brownie Hawkeye film camera. All photos ©Michael Chiusano Today’s digital cameras have become so adept at almost any shooting situation that, paradoxically, they can inhibit creativity by always delivering a technically perfect result. With little effort, a photographer can produce a sharp, clear, …

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