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1820 Camera Obscura Essentially a Portable Box With A

1820 Camera Obscura Essentially a Portable Box With A

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1820 Camera Obscura
Essentially a portable boxwith a pinhole on one sideand a translucent paper onthe opposite wall, theCamera Obscura was theforerunner of the moderncamera.
 
1834 Mousetrap Camera
Referred to as Mousetrap Cameras,these simple wood box cameraswith brass barrel single lens andsliding wood plate to hold thesilver chloride-sensitized paper were the brainchild of WilliamHenry Fox Talbot
1839 Daguerreotype
 Named after Louis Daguerre and hisearly photographic technique wherethe image is exposed directly onto amirror-polished surface of silver  bearing a coating of silver halide particles deposited by iodine vapor.
1851 Lewis
This was the first camera to usean internal bellows from lens toglass plate.
 
1889 Eastman Kodak 
With his first Kodak, Eastman revolutionizedthe photography industry by putting the camerain the hands of the amateurs. It came preloadedwith enough film for 100 pictures and the user would send the whole camera back to eastmanfor processing.
1893 Kombi
The first camera to combine the takingand viewing of photographs in the sameinstrument, the Kombi was the firstminiature roll film camera and the first touse film manufactured by Kodak solelyfor use in a non-Kodak camera.
1900 Brownie
With the Brownie, a simple and veryinexpensive box camera that introduced theconcept of the snapshot, Eastman took mass-market photography to another level. The 'Box'Brownie was very popular and various modelsremained on sale until the 1960s.
1914 Leica
The first use of the modern 24x36mmframe came courtesy of Oscar Barnack,employed by German microscopemanufacturer Leitz. The camera usedsprocketed 35mm movie film and was put into production as the Leica,standing for Leitz Camera.
 
1928 RolleiFlex Original
Manufactured by Franke and Heidecke, this smallTLR camera called the RolleiFlex Original and wasto become the template for all TLR cameras thatfollowed.
1960 Mec 16
With a built-in TTL metering system, the Mec-16 camera made photographic history. It alsocame with a new, built-in Gossen seleniummeter and sported a Rodenstock f2.0 lensmaking it one of the fastest subminis ever made. The lens focused from 1 foot to infinity.Shutter speeds of B, 1/30 - 1/000. A set of seven filters was also available.
1963 Kodak Instamatic
The Kodak Instamatic camera, for doublefilm-cartridges and automatic film speedreading comes on the scene with a swing.
1977 Konica C35AF
The C35AF was the world's first productionautofocus camera
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