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“Ernemann Anastigmar” camera - @UCRCMP

“Ernemann Anastigmar” camera - @UCRCMP

Lomopedia: Reflex Korelle  Another camera that hailed from Dresden, Germany, the Reflex-Korelle was among the earliest 6x6cm SLR cameras. Find out more about this medium format SLR camera in this installment of Lomopedia!

Lomopedia: Reflex Korelle Another camera that hailed from Dresden, Germany, the Reflex-Korelle was among the earliest SLR cameras. Find out more about this medium format SLR camera in this installment of Lomopedia!

Gallimaufry: cameras and cine cameras from 1896 Projectors

Gallimaufry: cameras and cine cameras from 1896 Projectors:;

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Rollei Rolleiflex 50 vintage camera : )- looks almost exactly like my camera!

Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Canon camera im using now for my photography

Ernemann Kino  35 mm-Filmkamera um 1917  Ernemann AG, Dresden

Ernemann Kino 35 mm-Filmkamera um 1917 Ernemann AG, Dresden

Ihagee Exakta Varex II a 1958/1960 body Geproduceerd door Ihagee Kamerawerk Steenbergen & Co Dresden former East Germany and produced between 1958/1960. Ging in de V.S. onder de naam Exakta VXIIa. Sluiter werkt niet zonder filmrol niet getest op film. Inclusief prisma.Camera heeft enkele kleine gebruikssporen. Informatie:Viewfinder: Changeable waist level view finder or eye level pentaprism. Mirror: No Instant return. Lens mount : Exakta bayonet type Film advance: Lever provided wind only in…

Ihagee Exakta Varex II a 1958/1960 body Geproduceerd door Ihagee Kamerawerk Steenbergen & Co Dresden former East Germany and produced between 1958/1960. Ging in de V.S. onder de naam Exakta VXIIa. Sluiter werkt niet zonder filmrol niet getest op film. Inclusief prisma.Camera heeft enkele kleine gebruikssporen. Informatie:Viewfinder: Changeable waist level view finder or eye level pentaprism. Mirror: No Instant return. Lens mount : Exakta bayonet type Film advance: Lever provided wind only in…

The first digital camera prototype made by Kodak engineer Steve Sasson in December 1975.

The First Digital Camera (1975)

ZEISS IKON - Ikonta C 520/2 , Derval shutter. 1936

ZEISS IKON - Ikonta C 520/2 , Derval shutter. 1936

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