Photosphere
Die Photosphere von
Compagnie Francaise de Photographie, Paris,
entstand 1888 bis 1896, 
und waren eine der frühesten Ganzmetallkameras
Ihre eigenartigeForm verhilft Ihr
zum Spitznamen "Busenkamera",
die in der Stereoversion ihre "Vollendung"
fand....

Versionen

Photosphere 8 x 9 (1888)
Krauss 7,7/Zeiss Periscope 13 cm
für Platte und Rollfilm
Photosphere 9 x 12 (1889)
Rectiliniear 8/120
für Platte und Rollfilm
Photosphere Stereo 18 x 9 (1892)
Aplanatic 13/95
für Platte und Rollfilm
Photosphere 8 x 9 Magazin (1896)
Zeiss Periscop 13 cm
für Platten
Photosphere 9 x 12 (1896)
Zeiss Periscop 7,7/124
Platten
Photosphere 13 x 18 (1896)
Rectilinear 8/180
2 Reflexsucher
Platte/Rollfilm

Guillotine-Verschluss

 


The Photosphere was made by
Compagnie Francaise de Photographie, Paris
from 1888 to 1896, 
and is one of the earliest all-metal cameras.
Its strange shutter-form resulted
in the nickname "Bosom-camera"
which came to "perfection"
in the Stereo-version of the Photosphere.

Versions

Photosphere 8 x 9 (1888)
Krauss 7,7/Zeiss Periscope 13 cm
plate/rollfilm
Photosphere 9 x 12 (1889)
Rectiliniear 8/120
plate/rollfilm
Photosphere Stereo 18 x 9 (1892)
Aplanatic 13/95
plate/rollfilm
Photosphere 8 x 9 Magazin (1896)
Zeiss Periscop 13 cm
plate magazine
Photosphere 9 x 12 (1896)
Zeiss Periscop 7,7/124
plates
Photosphere 13 x 18 (1896)
Rectilinear 8/180
2 Reflexfinders
plate/rollfilm
 

Guillotine-shutters

pictures courtesy of Camerabooks
 

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