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Speed Graphic Press Camera

Speed Graphic cameras were manufactured in Rochester, NY beginning in 1912. It gained wide usage during and after WWII because it was able to achieve the fastest shutter speed (1/1000 of second) available. It used large format glass

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Ruth Orkin Kodak Retina

In 1931 Kodak bought the Nagel Camera Werks AG. Their goal was to make high-end cameras. They kept August Nagel on, leaving design and production in Stuttgart. He created the Kodak Retina series. The first cameras to use

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Marilyn Monroe Kodak 35mm

The Kodak 35 Rangefinder was launched by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1940 as one of their first 35mm cameras. This model and the original Kodak 35 were developed in Rochester, New York when it became clear imports from the Kodak AG factory in

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Keystone R-8 Projector

The Keystone Equipment and Toy Company originated in Boston, MA in 1910. The company began making movie cameras and projectors ten years later. In the 1930s it released easy to use color movie cameras and its iconic R8

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Bolex H-Series Movie Camera

In the photo archives there are numerous shots with actors and filmmakers shooting with a Bolex H-series movie camera.  Big and stylish, it offered the tools one needed. It weighed about five pounds. The standard H-series was made

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Mad Men Movie Camera

The Keystone Equipment and Toy Company originated in Boston, MA in 1910. The company began making movie cameras and projectors ten years later. It’s K- series 8mm cameras were made from the late 1940’s through the 1960’s. They

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