Folding Camera


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Folding Camera

 

a collapsible camera in which the front, which contains the lens, can be moved forward along stay rods; for example, cameras such as the Moskva and the Iskra.

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It did not make his work more comfortable since only traveling with the outfit with the folding camera, a tripod and a black sheet weighting 20 kg in total was not an easy task.
A This Kodak was made in London from 1958 to 1965 and is known as a self-erecting folding camera.
Synopsis: Oklahoma was in the throes of the Great Depression when Preston George acquired a cheap Kodak folding camera and took his first photographs of steam locomotives.
It ended up shooting beautiful photographs, and in fact, was particularly more impressive if you consider the age of the lens and the folding camera.
He tried a folding camera with a faster shutter speed.
The folding camera is designed to be connected to a PC and to capture images of reading materials.
My father had given me an old second-hand Ansco bellows-type folding camera that had an uncanny appetite for 120-size roll film.
The Ucreate Games package comes with drawing table, folding camera, USB connection, software, dry erase drawing supplies and game template booklet.
At 170 cm high the Camera is a monumental piece of architecture, with lateral and pyramidal volumes and corrugations that recall their use by Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and more recently by Frank Gehry and is an excellent representation of a vintage folding camera of the 1950s with film winder, lens and shutter lever.
Your model is regarded as a high quality folding camera which was made by Ernemann between 1925-26.