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Camera models that are marked blue, are in my collection (e.g. the ‚3M 103‚ or ‚3M 303‚). By clicking on them, you will see a picture of the camera. Some of the cameras are linked with pics, unfortunately they are not yet in my collection. The cameras that are only marked with „(pic)“, are also not in my collection, but I have not the per-mission to show the image on my site. If you have one of those cameras, that are not in my collection and „want to get rid of“ it, please don’t hesitate to contact me:

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 66 | Added by: Uli Weise | Date: 11.11.2019  

This site is for reference only, I'm not the specialist who collected all information contained in this site but if you have a specific question I might be able to help or point you in the right direction. Just drop me a note.

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Dear visitors! is celebrating it's 10 years anniversary this 2016 year.  During these years I have spent many thousands of working hours to make this source more informative and attractive for my guests. Now the situation is changing  a lot. The lack of time doesn't allow me to maintain this website regularly.

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Welcome to Marti's Camera Room!

Use the film strip above or the links to the left to browse through a sampling of my collection. Note: this site is relatively graphics-intensive. If you're using a dial-up connection and the images aren't loading fully, you'll get better results using the "previous," "auto/stop," and "next" links to the left.

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 160 | Added by: Marti's Camera Room! | Date: 17.06.2018

Welcome Mamiya Collectors!  The Purpose of This Site 
This site began over twelve years ago from my personal interest in old Mamiya 35mm cameras. It's come a long way since the original site, which was a simple listing of Mamiya 35mm camera models. 

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Lights in the Box

Photography and classic cameras collection by Vincent Becker

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Welcome to Chris Sherlock's Kodak Retina and Retinette camera pages

Retina I type 117

The Kodak Retina family of fine 35mm cameras began life with the type 117 Retina camera, introduced in 1934 with Kodak's new daylight loading cassettes of 35mm film.

The Retina cameras were manufactured at Kodak A.G. in what had previously been the Dr. August Nagel Camerawerk factory in Stuttgart. The business had been purchased by Kodak in 1931.

A large number of Retina and Retinette cameras were manufactured until production finally ceased in 1969.

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Welcome to
Ken Lyndrups
Collection of photo-curios.

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I hope you will find something of interest in my classic camera collection. The collection comprises mainly of cameras of German manufacture but also includes several from other countries. The cameras are a mix of 35 mm and medium format types both rigid and folding, and date from pre 1920 until the 60's.

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The Making of a Camera Collector

G'day, my name is Holger Schult. I am the founder and curator of The passion for all things photographic runs the family. Both my sons have played with cameras from the early years of their lives and as the digital revolution arrived they become increasingly fond of the old mechanical nature of the cameras they grew up with. It has been a win-win situation of me over the years as my sons financial support for my collecting has allowed me to enjoy my hobby and allowed them to continue being ‘exposed’ to cameras from the pre digital era and in many cases to cameras older than all of us.

For me my life began for me in post-war Germany as a press photographer, capturing images of the British Queen, the Beatles and other famous visitors to my birthplace of Hamburg, Germany.

Photographers never die, they just lose their focus.

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 139 | Added by: Cameras Downunder | Date: 16.06.2018

Welcome! the Web site of an incurable photographica collector.  So what is photographica?  Simply, objects related to photography, photographic artifacts.  And that's what I collect.  The whole gamut from actual photographs to the equipment that's used to create them.

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 134 | Added by: Scott's Photographica Collection | Date: 16.06.2018

Welcome to the Graflex Camera Collection of Bruce Thomas, Australia.
No other make of camera defined American professional photography for as long as Folmer & Schwing/Graflex. From the turn of the 20th century, through both World Wars and into the 1970s the words Graflex, Speed Graphic and Crown Graphic conjure up images of the worlds most instantly recognised photographs, some of which are shown below. Tough, reliable and versatile they were, and indeed are still, a very special camera.


All About | Transitions: 143 | Added by: Bruce Thomas | Date: 16.06.2018

This site contains some of my favorite images of female photographers. Enjoy!

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In 1957 I saved pocket money to buy a Bakelite VP Twin (16 on 127 roll film) from Woolworths. It cost 7/6 pre-decimalisation, which is 37.5p. The VP Twin was difficult to use successfully, especially by an inexperienced 11 year old. Its open frame viewfinder could lead to catastrophic framing errors and the shutter release was awkward, so that camera shake was commonplace. I still have prints supplied by Gratispool from a holiday in Blackpool in 1957 which amply demonstrate the framing and camera shake errors I suffered.

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 139 | Added by: Photographic Memorabilia | Date: 13.06.2018

Ensign No 1 Camera (Nickel Plated)The main feature of this site (eventually) will be a virtual museum of Classic & Antique Cameras and related Photographic Ephemera.

The photographs on this initial page are just intended to give an overview of the type of antique and classic cameras that the site will eventually feature, concentrating on the period from the 1880s through to the 1930s (rollfilm and plate cameras).

Camera Museum | Transitions: 120 | Added by: Antique & Vintage Photographic | Date: 13.06.2018

RaúlM.Let me start this by making you a caution advice "My name is RaúlM. and I'm a cameraholic". Seriously, I'm collector/user of film cameras, Large format, Medium format, 35mm, 127, 126, 110... you can see the picture

Camera Collectors | Transitions: 135 | Added by: RaúlM | Date: 13.06.2018

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