Links to Other Sites
Copyright ©1998 - 2016 by Rob Niederman - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Multi-Lens Cameras | View Cameras | Self-Casing Cameras | Solid Body Cameras | References & Advertisements
Dry-Plate Field Cameras of the United States: 1879-1930
.
Cameras In The George Eastman House Collection
.
.
Early Cameras and Equipment
.
.
.
Antique Kodak Camera Site
.
.
.
Gloriously Colorful Kodaks
.
History Of Ensign Cameras
.
.
Deardorff Camera Historical Website
.
.
.
Vintage Cameras
.
.
British Wood and Brass Cameras Before 1914
.
Antique Cameras - D. Ludwig
.
.
Dan Colucci's Vintage Camera Site
.
.
Historic Camera
A comprehensive collection of wood and brass dry-plate field view cameras manufactured in the United States between 1879-1930.
.
The George Eastman House technology collection is unequalled. Extremely rare cameras are beautifully photographed and presented on this website. Be sure to look
at all the collections!
.
A must see collection that includes examples of most types of cameras from the Daguerreotype to the start of electronics; but concentrates on the heyday of British
builders.
.
A nice collection of Kodak cameras including a couple very rare examples. Jos has created a unique presentation by using movies to show the cameras and shutter
actions.
.
A beautiful site showing rarely seen colored Kodak cameras.
.
Adrian is a collector and historian specializing in British cameras with a particular interest in Ensign.
.
A nice website devoted to the history Deardorff cameras. Ken Hough is the sole authority on this American classic having worked for the Deardorff family business for
many years.
.
French collector Jean-Pierre features on his website wood and brass cameras, daguerreotypes, and accessories.
.
Eric Evans' website offers a comprehensive survey of British wood and brass cameras in his collection.
.
David Ludwig has put together a nice survey of wood cameras including some uncommon examples.
.
Dan is a veteran collector and founder of the IDCC (Internet Directory of Camera
Collectors).
.
Tom Kowach's extensive website and club serving as a resource for camera and photography collectors. A fine monthly newletter is also published.
Photographic Clubs, Societies, History and Auctions:
The American Museum Of Photography
Chicago Photographic Collectors Society
Michigan Photographic Historical Society
Photographic Collectors Club Of Great Britain
The Photographic Historical Society Of Canada
Photographic Historical Society of New England
The Puget Sound Photographic Collectors Society
The Royal Photographic Society
The Stereoscope and the Stereograph (article by Oliver Wendell Holmes)
Antique Photographica On-line Auctions
The Brownie Camera Page
.
.
Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
.
..
Civil War Photography
.
.
History of the Kodak Company
.
Kodak and the Rise of Amateur Photography
.
The Magic Mirror Of Life - an appreciation of the camera obscura
.
Antique Cameras - The Collectors Weekly
.
.
Marti's Camera Room
A website dedicated to Brownie cameras and photographers everywhere: past, present and future.
.
This site is a marvelous compilation of stereoviews, engravings, maps, antique stereo cameras, stereoscopic viewers, details of 19th century photographic processes, and documents illustrating the history of the first transcontinental railroad.
..
Ever wonder about how photographers during the time of the civil war made images? This rich site is well worth a visit.
.
A comprehensive history of the Kodak Company.
.
A well written, informative essay appearing on the Metropolitan Museum of Art
website.
.
This is a fabulous and fascinating website on the history and development of the camera obscura by Jack and Beverly Wilgus.
.
The Collectors Weekly is resource for collectors, which also has a collecting page dedicated to camera websites. New sites are always being added, and another nice feature is links to eBay auctions featuring cameras.
.
Marti Jones' fun website with lots of cameras of all types and accessories.
Recommended Photo Related Sites: