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Top 15 Unusual Cameras

Top 15 Unusual Cameras

Postby diser on Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:12 pm

With some cameras it's hard to tell where lens ends and body starts:

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Brinkert, Spy-Camera


Some cameras have a huge lens and a huge body. Go figure what's more important here:

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Beck, Hill's Panoramic Cloud Camera


When body is smaller than the lens we know what's important for sure:

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Ernemann, Ermanox


Or when there is almost no body at all:

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Nettel, Argus


Speaking of the long cameras:

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Voigtlander, Daguerreotype-camera


And even longer:

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Goerz-C.P., Hunting Ango


But enough with the boring one-lens cameras. Let's check stereo cameras:

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Bloch Leon, Stereo Physiograph


With this camera we all know what was in the designer's mind:

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Compagnie Francaise de Photographie, Photosphere


Anyway, two lens are boring too. How about three? Here is the new meaning to the "interchangeable lens":

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Krasnogorsk, Zenit B


If three lens option is not enough for you, let's get four!

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Tiranti, Summa Report


Or even four lenses shooting at the same time!

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Nimslo, 3D Gold


And again, if shooting through four lenses at the same time is not enough, try 12 photos at the same time:

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Hofmans, Tropical 12-lens


Some people prefer shooting sequentially:

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Briois, Thompson' Revolver


But who needs a revolver camera if you can get a machine-gun camera?

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Konishi & Co, Machine-Gun Camera


And now we are talking! How about 300mm machine gun camera? Enemies are fleeing!

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Thornton Pickard, Mark III Hythe
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Re: Top 15 Unusual Cameras

Postby MMak on Mon Apr 18, 2011 4:05 pm

Wow, those are crazy... thanks for sharing!!!
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