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C.P. Stirn's Photographische Geheim-Camera, c. 1886 Stirn, Berlin. Rare model for 4 exposures, plate size 1 ½ x 1 ½ in. (43 x 43 mm), body no. 12425, engraved on back "C.P. Stirn's Photographische Camera", diameter of the body 6 in., rotating shutter (stuck), black-painted brass lens, body in excellent condition

C.P. Stirn's Photographische Geheim-Camera, c. 1886 Stirn, Berlin. Rare model for 4 exposures, plate size 1 ½ x 1 ½ in. (43 x 43 mm), body no. 12425, engraved on back "C.P. Stirn's Photographische Camera", diameter of the body 6 in., rotating shutter (stuck), black-painted brass lens, body in excellent condition

5 Hacks to UP your LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY in 100 seconds!   Freelance landscape and travel photographer Toma Bonciu give you 5 tips to improve your landscape photography. You only need a tripod and some ND or graduated filters to change your vision of your outdoor images.   1. Long exposures in unusual places Use a tripod a remote control and an ND filter and take long exposures where you dont necessary think of taking long exposures  TIP: search for elements that move near the ones that…

5 Hacks to UP your LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY in 100 seconds! Freelance landscape and travel photographer Toma Bonciu give you 5 tips to improve your landscape photography. You only need a tripod and some ND or graduated filters to change your vision of your outdoor images. 1. Long exposures in unusual places Use a tripod a remote control and an ND filter and take long exposures where you dont necessary think of taking long exposures TIP: search for elements that move near the ones that…

Panning is often one of the first ‘tricks’ that Photography students are introduced to. Using a slower shutter speed, the camera follows the motion of a moving object, ensuring that the panning movement is as smooth and steady as possible (sometimes this can be achieved by rotating the camera atop a tripod). This results in the background appearing blurred, with the moving object sharp, as in the example of a cat chasing a mouse above.

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Panning is often one of the first ‘tricks’ that Photography students are introduced to. Using a slower shutter speed, the camera follows the motion of a moving object, ensuring that the panning movement is as smooth and steady as possible (sometimes this can be achieved by rotating the camera atop a tripod). This results in the background appearing blurred, with the moving object sharp, as in the example of a cat chasing a mouse above.

Reflex Camera "D. Avanzo", c. 1880 : Lot 123Reflex Camera "D. Avanzo", c. 1880 Unmarked, presumably France. Dealer's sign: "D. Avanzo, Bruxelles", plate size 9 x 12 cm, waist-level viewfinder (damaged), with unmarked brass lens with built-in rotating shutter. – Unusual SLR!

Reflex Camera "D. Avanzo", c. 1880 : Lot 123Reflex Camera "D. Avanzo", c. 1880 Unmarked, presumably France. Dealer's sign: "D. Avanzo, Bruxelles", plate size 9 x 12 cm, waist-level viewfinder (damaged), with unmarked brass lens with built-in rotating shutter. – Unusual SLR!

VI T - Sept 1958 (The first Canon camera to feature a non-rotating shutter speed dial with evenly-spaced shutter speed numbers progressing in 2x increments. The viewfinder magnification could be set to 0.65x for a 35mm lens, 1x for a 50mm lens, and 1.55x to aid focusing. The viewfinder also had bright-line frames to suit 50mm and 100mm lenses. Parallax correction was automatic)

VI T - Sept 1958 (The first Canon camera to feature a non-rotating shutter speed dial with evenly-spaced shutter speed numbers progressing in 2x increments. The viewfinder magnification could be set to 0.65x for a 35mm lens, 1x for a 50mm lens, and 1.55x to aid focusing. The viewfinder also had bright-line frames to suit 50mm and 100mm lenses. Parallax correction was automatic)

Strut and Field Camera 1) Unmarked strut camera 13 x 18 cm, presumably France (Tissandier?), precious wood, black, rotating shutter, unmarked brass lens. - And: 2) Ikeda Factory, Japan. Anba 9 x 13, small field camera, precious wood with nickel fittings, focusing screen back, without lens board.

Strut and Field Camera 1) Unmarked strut camera 13 x 18 cm, presumably France (Tissandier?), precious wood, black, rotating shutter, unmarked brass lens. - And: 2) Ikeda Factory, Japan. Anba 9 x 13, small field camera, precious wood with nickel fittings, focusing screen back, without lens board.

Folding Frena by Beck, London, c. 1901 R. & J. Beck, London. Extremely rare and unusual folding

Folding Frena by Beck, London, c. 1901 R. & J. Beck, London. Extremely rare and unusual folding

Folding-Bed Camera by Gaertig & Thiemann, c. 1902 Gaertig & Thiemann, Fabrik photographischer Apparate, Görlitz. Plate size approx. 7,5 x 10 cm, brass lens by Clement & Gilmer, Paris, with built-in rotating shutter (sluggish), dark-red bellows, with original viewfinder, focusing screen back and 4 wooden cassettes.

Folding-Bed Camera by Gaertig & Thiemann, c. 1902 Gaertig & Thiemann, Fabrik photographischer Apparate, Görlitz. Plate size approx. 7,5 x 10 cm, brass lens by Clement & Gilmer, Paris, with built-in rotating shutter (sluggish), dark-red bellows, with original viewfinder, focusing screen back and 4 wooden cassettes.

C.P. Stirn's Photographische Geheim-Camera, c. 1886 Stirn, Berlin. Rare model for 4 exposures, plate size 1 ½ x 1 ½ in. (43 x 43 mm), body no. 12425, engraved on back "C.P. Stirn's Photographische Camera", diameter of the body 6 in., rotating shutter (stuck), black-painted brass lens, body in excellent condition

C.P. Stirn's Photographische Geheim-Camera, c. 1886 Stirn, Berlin. Rare model for 4 exposures, plate size 1 ½ x 1 ½ in. (43 x 43 mm), body no. 12425, engraved on back "C.P. Stirn's Photographische Camera", diameter of the body 6 in., rotating shutter (stuck), black-painted brass lens, body in excellent condition

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