VIRTUAL  MUSEUM

 

COLLECTION  OF  HISTORIC   EQUIPMENT   AND   COMPONENTS

Telecom Milestones

 PHOTOGRAPHY

FILM  CAMERAS

AGFA Billy Record 8.8

The Billy Record Series of AGFA cameras began in 1928 and continued until 1960 (with interruption during the WW2).

 

The Nickel Trimmings are of the Art Deco Style that was popular during the 1920's.

 

The IGESTAR lenses in the Billy Record cameras, were supplied in the ollowing versions:

 

Igestar F: 8.8

Igestar F: 7.7

Igestar F: 6.3

Igestar F: 4.5

EHO-Altissa

Model Altix V

Produced in Dresden (East Germany) in 1956.

 

The lenses assembly is of Carl Zeiss Jena Type TESSAR 2.8/50

LUBITEL 166B  (1980)

 

Twin-Lens Reflex Camera

PENTAX  P3

 

Through the lens Programmed-AE 35mm SLR CAMERA

OLYMPUS Infinity Mini DLX

 

AF LENS 3.5mm  F:3.5

CHINON

 

HANDYZOOM

5001

 

Auto Programmed Zoom

35 - 70mm

MINOLTA AUTOPACK  430 E

ACCESSORIES

PENTAX  AF200SA

AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT

HOYA JAPAN SKYLIGHT LENS ASSY.

 

35 - 70 mm  MACRO  

SAWYERS PANA-VIEW   BI-LENS

 

35 mm Slide Viewer  with built-in light

HALINA  PARAMOUNT VIEWER

Battery operated fine polished lenses

Hong-Kong

"Leningrad" Photo-Light Meter

Gossen "SIXTAR" cds LIGHT METER

DIGITAL  CAMERAS

OLYMPUS FE-170

 

 

6.0 MegaPixels

 

3X Optical Zoom

 

Lens: 6.3-18.9mm

 

1:3.1 - 5.9
 

 

 

CANON PowerShot G1

PC1004

 

3.3 MegaPixels

 

Zoom Lens: 7-12mm

 

1:2.0 - 25

CANON PowerShot Pro1  PC1057

7 X Oprical Zoom

8.0 MegaPixels

CAMCORDERS

CANON  MV750i  DIGITAL VIDEO CAMCORDER WITH SD MULTIMEDIA CARD USING mini DV CASSETTE 

mini DV CASSETTE

PANASONIC NV-M3000

 

VHS MOVIE CAMERA

 

X100 Super Zoom

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