The camera has taken many forms since photography was discovered in the 1840's. Early cameras were hand-built from wood, brass, canvas and leather. With the introduction of roll-film by Kodak in the 1890's, picture-taking became popular and cameras evolved through mass production with ever-improving levels of style and technical innovation.

The camera has taken many forms since photography was discovered in the 1840's. Early cameras were hand-built from wood, brass, canvas and leather. With the introduction of roll-film by Kodak in the 1890's, picture-taking became popular and cameras evolved through mass production with ever-improving levels of style and technical innovation.

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 The camera has taken many forms since photography was discovered in the 1840's. Early cameras were hand-built from wood, brass, canvas and leather. With the introduction of roll-film by Kodak in the 1890's, picture-taking became popular and cameras evolved through mass production with ever-improving levels of style and technical innovation.
Camera-02October13-5749-2.jpg
Camera-02October13-5800.jpg
Camera-02October13-5824-2.jpg
Camera-02October13-5865.jpg
Camera-02October13-5894-2.jpg
Camera-02October13-5910.jpg
Camera-14October13-7787.jpg
Camera-03October13-6013-2.jpg
Camera-03October13-6026-2.jpg
Camera-03October13-6036.jpg
Camera-14October13-7658.jpg
Camera-06October13-6236-2.jpg
Camera-06October13-6266.jpg
Camera-06October13-6295.jpg
Camera-13October13-7256.jpg
Camera-06October13-6316.jpg
Camera-06October13-6356.jpg
Camera-06October13-6444.jpg
Camera-13October13-7468.jpg
Camera-07October13-6542.jpg
Camera-13October13-7556.jpg
Camera-07October13-6585.jpg
Camera-07October13-6618-2.jpg
Camera-07October13-6639-2.jpg
Camera-08October13-6716.jpg
Camera-13October13-7582.jpg
Camera-08October13-6755.jpg
Camera-13October13-7619.jpg

The camera has taken many forms since photography was discovered in the 1840's. Early cameras were hand-built from wood, brass, canvas and leather. With the introduction of roll-film by Kodak in the 1890's, picture-taking became popular and cameras evolved through mass production with ever-improving levels of style and technical innovation.

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