1897: Frank Brownell’s new kind of camera for a new century.
1932: A pioneering half-frame folding camera that kick started the 645 format
1932: Same chips, different gravy, as Eastman Kodak introduce 616 film.
1979: A clamshell classic that once again helped Olympus redefine 35mm photography.
1901: The first camera in a film format that is still rolling.
1939: One of the earliest and most influential 35mm SLRs of all time.
1934: Kodak invent modern 35mm photography.
1965: The unique mirror of this camera solved viewfinder blackout during exposure.
1959: This chunky Agfa viewfinder camera gets with the program.
1963: Konishiroku’s investment in shutter technology pays off.
1960: Ricoh bring the Space Age to camera design.
1974: Baby steps towards the digital age for film SLRs.
1969: World first cutting edge metering in a mediocre body.
1976: SLRs simply don’t get any smaller than this one.
1963: Kowa curiously put a technological first into a budget camera.
1956: This outrageously handsome Italian camera was as pioneering as it was cool.
1956: KW introduces the first fully automatic lens diaphragm action.
1961: Simplicity is beautiful with the mother of all point and shoot cameras.
1968: Yashica lights up the viewfinder and steps up shutter technology.
1965: Pentacon continues to innovate amidst the rise of the Japanese SLR.
1981: Pentax took an ME Super, added autofocus, and started a revolution.
1953: Kamera-Werkstätten’s great leap forward in SLR photography.
1966: Canon’s quick loading, mid sixties FL mount SLR was built to last.