Lantern slide, glass B&W slide in wood frame. Image framed in black paint. Sticker on wood, torn off but visible are the words in ink "Rialto Ven..." and in pencil on the wood frame "Rialto, Venice." Handwritten in ink on a sticker on the glass "456 Le Rialto a Venise" in french. Image of a covered bridge, the Rialto, over a canal with gondola.
Item is a 2 1/4 x 3 1/4" compact folding plate camera. It was produced in Kodak's Stuttgart plant, along with the larger Recomar 33 during the 1930s. Designed to be used with plates or sheet film, it is an angular camera featuring black leather and metal casing, black leather bellows and metal clasps and slides. Equipped with Schneider lens.
Item is a small hand held camera with a black plastic body and metal fittings. It uses a Rodenstock Reomar lens f2.8 (45mm) and a shutter with speeds from 1/15 to 1/500 sec., printed with the words "PRONTO-LK". It has a photo-electric exposure meter coupled to the aperture setting. Serial no. 127064.
Item is a small rectangular camera with a black and silver plastic body, built for use fith no. 110 16mm film cartridges. It has an f5.6 lens, and a shifter on the top to select aperture, indicated by weather images of clouds and suns. It features a magicubes flash connector.
Item is a small hand held camera with black plastic body and metal fittings (the black is moulded to look like leatherette). Pictograms above the lens indicate settings for flash or no flash and there is a facility for the use of Magicubes. It offers sunny and cloudy exposure settings. Made for use with 126 cartridge film it features an f/11 43mm lens and shutter speeds of 1/40, 1/80 sec.
Item is a small hand-held black plastic camera with red slide lens cover, and built in flash for use with 35 mm film. Camera is in original packaging with film and three project books with slots for photographs to be inserted into the story. Marketed towards children.
Item consists of a 19 exposure roll of Ektachrome-X Daylight or Blue Flash Ex 160 Colour Film for Colour Slides in original packaging. Develop before date is July 1976. Price sticker reads: "Toronto/ Camera / $1.79 each".
Ceramic trays for processing photographic materials sizes 4 x 5 inches, there are two imprinted stamps on the side, "Canadian Kodak Co Ltd." and "4 x 5", the bottom of the trays are imprinted with "Made in Austria".
File includes promotional images from the 1992 Summer Olympic Games featuring: tennis, volleyball, running, and the Olympic torch. Other promotional imges include families enjoying the games, a child in the grass, and a grandson looking over his grandmother's shoulder as she blows out the candles on her birthday cake.
File contains 51 copies of a consumer print featuring an image of Kodak products to be released at the 1996 Photokina Trade Show, held annually in Cologne, Germany. products include Kodak Advantix Chrome color slide film and color slides.
One pamphlet detailing Hawk-Eye cameras for sale at Gall & Lemke in Union Square. The Hawk-Eye camera was first produced by the Boston Camera Company until 1890, when the Blair Camera Company purchased the company. Eastman Kodak then purchased the Blair company in 1907, and continued to produce the popular Hawk-eye models.
Item is a user manual for the Cine Nizo 8 E video camera. The Cine Nizo was the first 8mm camera for sale in Europe. A smaller folded pamphlet inserted into the book gives exposure tables. The back of the booklet advertises the Nizo-Projecktor 8 T B 2.
Item is a lens for 4 x 5 in. exposures on sheet film Schneider-Kreuznach symmar f6.8/130 mm. lens, Compur-Synchro shutter 1-1/500 sec. Includes 2 other lenses: Scheider-Kreuznach symmar 1:5.6 135 mm, and the other is 1:5.6 240mm. Both have Compur shutters. This camera is considered to be the ultimate for architecture and technical photography. It is still on the market and still used by professionals.
Item is a lens composed of 6 elements in 4 groups with a picture angle of 39 degrees. The distance scale is graduated in meters and feet up to 0.6 m and 2 feet. The aperture scale is 2.8 to 22 with a fully automatic aperture diaphragm. The lens is manufactured by Kyocera Corporation under the Contax brand name.
Item consists of three Agfa Lichfilters (light filters). Each filter is individuall packaged in a box. Item includes an "Agfa Mittleres Gelbfilter Nr. 3," a "Nr. 20 - Farbenfilter - 60/60mm," and a "Nr. 3 - Gelbfilter - 75/75mm."
Item is a Weston Master Universal Exposure Meter. Manufactured by Sangamo Weston Ltd. & Ilford Limited at the Enfield factory in Middlesex, England. Commonly referred to as Weston Master I. It is the first Weston meter to be produced in an upright format.
This item is a daylight developing tank, manufactured by Minox and made of bakelite material. The tank comes with two rings to be used in the development of shorter 15 and 36 exposure lengths of film introduced in 1968 and 1969. The thermometer is no longer with the tank. The tank comes with original packaging.
Item is a device to focus an image on the easel of an photographic enlarger before exposing the paper. It consists of a magnifier and an optical tube to look down and to see a portion of the projected image. One places the unit on the enlarging easel and adjusts the enlarger focus knob, until fine detail such as grain comes into focus. This ensures a properly focused image. The locking screw for securing the ocular in place is missing.