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The History of Photography in 50 Cameras
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Introduction 1. Talbot 'Mousetrap' Camera (1835) 2. Daguerreotype Camera (1839) 3. Ottewill Collapsible Camera (1853) 4. Sutton Panoramic Camera (1859) 5. Enjalbert Photo-Revolver de Poche (1882) 6. Rouch Eureka Detective/Hand Camera (1888) 7. The Kodak Camera (1888) 8. Stirn Vest Camera (1888) 9. Scovill Book Camera (1892) 10. Goerz Anschutz Camera (1894) 11. Thornton-Pickard Royal Ruby Field Camera (1895) 12. Brownie Camera (1900) 13. Sanderson Hand Camera (1904) 14. Soho Reflex Camera (1905) 15. Ticka Camera (1906) 16. Vest Pocket Kodak (1912) 17. Thornton-Pickard Hythe Camera/Gun (1917) 18. Voigtlander Prominent Camera (1932) 19. George Washington Kodak Camera (1932) 20. Zeiss Ikon Contax I Camera (1932) 21. Canon Hansa Camera (1935) 22. Leica I Camera (1935) 23. Coronet Midget (1935) 24. Kine Exakta Camera (1936) 25. Minox Camera (1937) 26. Compass Camera (1937) 27. Kodak Super Six-20 Camera (1938) 28. Eastman Kodak Co, Matchbox Camera (1944) 29. Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta 533/16 (1948) 30. Polaroid Model 95 Camera (1948) 31. Hasseblad Camera (1948) 32. Speed Graphic Camera (1950) 33. Viewmaster Personal Stereo Camera (1952) 34. Leica M3 Camera (1954) 35. Nikon F Camera (1959) 36. Rolleiflex 2.8F Camera (1962) 37. Topcon RE Super Camera (1963) 38. Kodak Instamatic 100 (1963) 39. Pentax Spotmatic Camera (1964) 40. Olympus OM1 Camera (1972) 41. Kodak 110 Instamatic (1972) 42. Polaroid SX-70 Camera (1972) 43. Canon A1 Camera (1978) 44. Sharp J-SH04 Camera/Phone (1980) 45. Sony Mavica (1981) 46. Fuji QuickSnap Camera (1986) 47. Canon RC701 (1986) 48. Kodak / Nikon DCS100 (1991) 49. Apple Quicktake Camera (1994) 50. Camera-phone (2013) Glossary Bibliography Index Credits

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A gorgeously illustrated history of photography told through the evolution of photographic equipment, showing how the development of the camera affected both the art and science of photography.

About the Author

Dr Michael Pritchard FRPS was a photography specialist and Director at Christie's, London, UK, for over twenty years and is currently Director-General of The Royal Photographic Society, UK. He created and edits the popular and respected blog, British Photographic History (britishphotohistory.ning.com).

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