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Daguerreotype camera built by La Maison Susse Frères in 1839, with a lens by Charles Chevalier

Daguerreotype- camera built by La Maison Susse Frères in with a lens by Charles Chevalier. it was the first commercially successful photographic process

O Daguerreótipo era uma caixa, na qual era colocada uma chapa de cobre prateada e polida que era submetida ao iodo formando sobre si uma camada de iodeto de prata. Essa placa era exposta à luz dentro de uma câmara escura por vários minutos. Depois, era revelada em vapor de mercúrio aquecido, que aderia ao material nas partes onde ele havia sido sensibilizado pela luz, formando a imagem.

O Daguerreótipo era uma caixa, na qual era colocada uma chapa de cobre prateada e polida que era submetida ao iodo formando sobre si uma camada de iodeto de prata. Essa placa era exposta à luz dentro de uma câmara escura por vários minutos. Depois, era revelada em vapor de mercúrio aquecido, que aderia ao material nas partes onde ele havia sido sensibilizado pela luz, formando a imagem.

Lancaster: Instantograph (Brass) camera

Lancaster: Instantograph (Brass) - ½-plate or ¼-plate sizes camera. Also known as BB Instantograph. Euryscope Instantograph came with Euryscope Rectigraph lens.

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MASCHER STEREOSCOPIC DAGUERREOTYPE. Portrait of a gentleman.

MASCHER STEREOSCOPIC DAGUERREOTYPE. Portrait of a gentleman.

Royal Mail Photo Stamp Camera, 1907

Lot: Royal Mail Photo Stamp Camera, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Auction Team Breker, Auction: Photographica & Film, Specialty Auction, Date: September 2014 UTC

(1845) Early Sliding Box Daguerreotype Camera

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Daguerreotype Photography at The Franklin Institute

Located in the heart of Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute is one of America’s most celebrated museums—a renowned leader in science and technology.

Photosphere  c1890 Compagne Française de Photographie, Paris, France. One of the first all-metal cameras, invented by Napoleon Conti 1888. Spring powered hemispherical sector shutter with variable speeds. Attached is a removable reflecting view-finder. This example, serial no 201, for 9x12 cm plates held in double dark slides. from http://www.photographica.nu/photosphere.htm

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