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Name:Exhibition: Museum of History of Science
Description:n Exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford.Nice collection of cameras, early photographic lenses and accessories, and darkroom equipment. In all there are about eight hundred items covering a wide spectrum of photographic history, from a lens of 1839 of the type used by Louis Jacques MandÈ Daguerre to an example of a 1960s Russian 'FED 4' camera (Item 99) and beyond. Rarecameras with specialist uses - such as the Sutton panoramic camera of circa 1861 with its characteristic bulbous glass-and-water lens - are amongst those represented as well as mass-produced models such as the Kodak Instamatic of 1966, one of the first cartridge-film cameras.

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