Thornward B Montgomery Ward &co Chicago1900
USA. Lens Wollensak 1900. Aperture 8-124. Speeds: 100/s-1s,B,T.
Format 5x3.5 inch.
Gundlach-Manhattan Optical&co. Rochester. N.Y.Rok 1898.
Format 5x7 inch (127x177,8 mm). Equipped i the Rodenstock Doppel Anastigmat1912 lens, wth focal lenght of 180mm/5.4(5.4-50). Speeds 100/s-1s. Used until the fifties in an institute in New York.
Kodak Eastman Film Tank
A system used for
Film developing tank from 1910, produced in the US.
Kodak Film Tank
used for repacking films in the format of 127mm 89mm (3.5 inches) from 1914
with the manual and rare chemicals. Produced by Kodak- Australia.
Dallan Film Developing Tank
Interesting film developing tank for 6x9cm cut films, produced in 1912 in England.
"Stereo" Camera 1956
A camera used for making steroscopic (?) photos which can be later seen in the viewer. Produced in the USA. Lens- Kodak Anaston 35 mm/ 3.5. Speeds- 200,100, 50, 25 i B. The green tube is the contour line. Complying with the contours strengthens the 3D effect.
Target Brownie SIX-16, 1946
Rochester N.Y. Esteman Kodak Company. Produced in the USA. Size: height- 127mm width 85mm x140mm. A typical mass produced box-type camera.
Zorki C 1950
In a gold coloured version. Lens- industar 22.f50mm/3.5. Russian camera modelled on the camera Laica.
ZENIT E 1965
This model has a built in light meter but doesn't yet measure light through the lens. It's a solid, Russian reflex camera. I used this camera in the '70s and '80s and til this day its in amazing form.
- focal plane shutter from 1/30 to 1/500 and B , M
- lens Helios-44 2/85mm.
Zenit 80 " 1969
Its the camera "Salut"(later "Kiev 80"). Under the same name it was sold to Great Britain
Technical data similar to Kiev 88 .
Mini camera for 16mm films.Produced in 1975. Size 28x46x86mm. Weighs 190g. frame size: 13x17mm. Speeds: 30,60,200/s. Lens 3.5/23mm.
"Kiev 88" 1983
Professional average format equipment. A copy of the "Hasselblad " camera,
produced by Zavod Arsenal in Kiev, Ukraine.
Technical data :
- format 6 x 6 cm
- focal plane shutter: 1 / 2 s to 1 / 1000 s and B
- weight approx. 1.5 kg
- lens Arset B 1:2.8 / 80 mm.
Praktica Super TL 3 1979
Produced in the factory "Pentacona" in DDR. Speeds from 1 to 1/500s and time B. Ergonomic plane shutter. Lens fixed by a przejsciowki(?) from an average format Pentacon Six. focal length- 120 / 2.8 Biometer.
Pentacon Six 1968
Professional average format equipment produced in Eastern Germany. It cost as much as an MZK motorbike.
Speeds from 1 do 1/1000 and B. Lens: Biometer 80 / 2.8 . Prism-TTL.