Photo - Oscar Barnack

Oscar Barnack was a German optical engineer, precision mechanic, industrial designer and the father of 35 mm photography. Born: November 1, 1879, Germany Died: January 16, 1936, Bad Nauheim, Germany Significant project: Camera
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Photograph taken of the historical flood in Wetzlar (1920), with the prototype Leica by Oskar Barnack

Photograph taken of the historical flood in Wetzlar (1920), with the prototype Leica by Oskar Barnack

Dopo il terremoto a Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 2010. La foto ha vinto il premio Leica Oscar Barnack nel 2011. (Jan Grarup, Laif) Le medaglie d’oro della fotografia - Internazionale

Dopo il terremoto a Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 2010. La foto ha vinto il premio Leica Oscar Barnack nel 2011. (Jan Grarup, Laif) Le medaglie d’oro della fotografia - Internazionale

Fotografía de Oscar Barnack - Anoche volví a encontrarme con Fede … | Las Cosas de Enrique #etarrago

Fotografía de Oscar Barnack - Anoche volví a encontrarme con Fede … | Las Cosas de Enrique #etarrago

Ur-Leica 1913 made by Oscar Barnack. This was the first prototype camera to use 35mm film. There were several prototypes until the Leica went into preproduction in 1923 with 31 cameras made. These were so successful that full production started the following year and the Leica 1 was introduced at the Leipzig Spring Fair 1925. Thus the 35mm camera was born.

Ur-Leica 1913 made by Oscar Barnack. This was the first prototype camera to use 35mm film. There were several prototypes until the Leica went into preproduction in 1923 with 31 cameras made. These were so successful that full production started the following year and the Leica 1 was introduced at the Leipzig Spring Fair 1925. Thus the 35mm camera was born.

Entretien avec Martin Kollar, lauréat du Prix Oscar Barnack 2014

Entretien avec Martin Kollar, lauréat du Prix Oscar Barnack 2014

How Oskar Barnack changed photography forever

How Oskar Barnack changed photography forever

Oscar Barnack Motion Picture Camera

Oscar Barnack Motion Picture Camera

Inspired invention Leitz’s Oscar Barnack was the driving force behind the original Leica in the 1920s. Using 35mm – then a motion picture format – allowed a small, portable camera. (Photo: Leica)

The quiet revolutionary design classic

Inspired invention Leitz’s Oscar Barnack was the driving force behind the original Leica in the 1920s. Using 35mm – then a motion picture format – allowed a small, portable camera. (Photo: Leica)

I primi scatti di Oskar Barnack nel 1914. Da allora alcune immagini scattate con una Leica hanno fatto la storia della fotografia.

I primi scatti di Oskar Barnack nel 1914. Da allora alcune immagini scattate con una Leica hanno fatto la storia della fotografia.

Oskar Barnach (1879-1936), l'inventeur du Leica.

Oskar Barnach (1879-1936), l'inventeur du Leica.


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Oscar Barnack, Untitled, 1920′s

Oscar Barnack, Untitled, 1920′s

Евгения Арбугаева

Евгения Арбугаева

One of the early Leica prototypes built by Oscar Barnack -- at Ernst Leitz Optische Werke, Wetzlar.

One of the early Leica prototypes built by Oscar Barnack -- at Ernst Leitz Optische Werke, Wetzlar.

Just amazing

Just amazing

Leicaa

Leicaa

How sweet is the viewfinder on this camera? I'd love to shoot homemovies with an old videocamera.

Vintage 1940s Revere Eight 8mm Movie Camera .. Model 60

How sweet is the viewfinder on this camera? I'd love to shoot homemovies with an old videocamera.

LEICA Oskar Barnack Edition Prototype 2 (2004 limited edition)

LEICA Oskar Barnack Edition Prototype 2 (2004 limited edition)

Zeiss Ikon ZM

Zeiss Ikon ZM

a-Leica-experimental-swing-lens-panorama-camera-designed-by-Oscar-Barnack-in-1928

a-Leica-experimental-swing-lens-panorama-camera-designed-by-Oscar-Barnack-in-1928

Original-Werbung/ Anzeige 1943 - LEICA KAMERA  / ERNST LEITZ WETZLAR - ca. 45 x 70 mm

Original-Werbung/ Anzeige 1943 - LEICA KAMERA / ERNST LEITZ WETZLAR - ca. 45 x 70 mm

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