Griffiths camera, possibly the "Cyclist" Having had no luck with my few resources, a precise identification of this camera eludes me. I do know it is a quarter-plate magazine camera, made in England by Walter Griffiths & Co. Ltd. and that Griffiths was in business from 1891 until 1901.
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French Detective Camera with Motor and Automatic Plate Changing Mechanism, c. 1910 Photo-Hall, Paris. "Perfect Detective Magazine Camera" for plates of 9 x 12 cm, with Rapid Rectilineaire Extra Rapide lens. Electrical-magnetic shutter operation
5 Box and Plate Cameras 1) Goerz, Berlin. Box Tengor 6 x 9, c. 1924, metal handle. – Zeiss Ikon. 2) Box Tengor 54/2, 1934, size 6 x 9 cm. – 3) Box Tengor 55/2, 1939, size 6 x 9 cm. – 4) Unmarked German SLR box camera 4,5 x 6 cm, shutter/mirror combination. – 5) Unmarked magazine camera, plate size 6,5 x 9 cm
Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) (commonly known as Kodak) is a multinational imaging and photographic equipment, materials and services company headquarted in Rochester, New York, United States. It was founded by George Eastman in 1892.
What does it really take to create a great portrait? Do you need multiple lights, a dozen reflectors, several backgrounds, six soft boxes, three umbrellas, a makeup artist, a costume designer, and a wind machine? No. Well… maybe if you’re shooting Angelina Jolie for Elle Magazine. But the truth …