Dave Grannan, CEO of Light has just unveiled a
strange creature camera that is set to change the way we approach everyday photography. It’s about the size of a chunky phone, has 16 lenses, comes in all black and promises to revolutionise the photography industry.
If you suffer from tyrpophobia look away now
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Every single day we seem to be bombarded with reviews of the latest and greatest cameras. Mike Eckman is a vintage camera collector who likes to do just that but with a difference. The models he reviews are older than most of us! Grab yourself a cuppa and enjoy this extensive review of an old folding camera.
What is it?
This is a No.1 Autographic Special made by the Eastman Kodak company between 1915 and 1920. While Kodak was not known as a maker of high end cameras with top of the line specs, this camera was the exception to that rule. Costing upwards of $50 (over $1300 today), this camera had a state of the art shutter and lens, incorporated many firsts such as the first Kodak to use Bakelite plastic, and was one of the best cameras of its era.
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