FOTOGRAFICA FAIR 2018

EDITION 81 OF THE INTERNATIONAL FAIR FOR VINTAGE CAMERAS, ACCESSORIES, AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHICA. DATE: MARCH 11, 2018  

Category Archives for "REFERENCE INFO"

urmonas.net

Richard Urmonas – Homepage

I have an interest in both photography and camera collecting. I never set out to collect cameras but I seem to have a few of them now so I guess that makes me a collector. My favorites are Rollei, Plaubel Makina, and Agfa.

One of the difficulties with old cameras is information. I have scanned some manuals and other information and hope these are of use to people.

Vintage Cameras Ltd

We try to stock a range of film cameras, lenses, filters, accessories, books, instruction manuals and associated photographic items: early wood and brass field cameras of the 1800-1900s, classic cameras of the 1930s & 50s,60s, 70s right through to some modern equipment including accessories and Projection Lamps

Source: vintagecameras.co.uk/

An antique and classic camera collection

In these pages, I propose some information about antique and classic camera collection , and some advice to those of you interested in this fascinating hobby. You can also find a bibliography and contact information of magazines on camera collection, dates of the next interesting camera show and, of course, pictures and description of some of the nice items I have in my collection.

Source: vintage-cameras.com/

www.wittner-kinotechnik.de

Filmtechnik fuer alle Filmformate bei Wittner Cinetec alias Wittner Kinotechnik. Super 8, Doppel 8, Normal 8, 9,5mm, 16mm, 35mm. Grosser Online-Katalog und tagesaktuelle Gebrauchtangebote. Kameras, Projektoren, Filmmaterial, Zubehoer.

Source: wittner-kinotechnik.de/

American WideScreen Museum – provided as a public service by Martin Hart

In the Cyber Museum we feature extensive coverage of Cinerama, CinemaScope, Technirama, Panavision, Vistavision, Superscope, Todd-AO, Technicolor, Cinecolor, Kinemacolor and other motion picture photographic processes. The web site also features a great deal of historic material on the development of early motion picture sound systems of the variable area and variable density optical soundtracks, plus Vitaphone sound on disc motion picture audio systems.

Source: widescreenmuseum.com/

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