|Sanderson camera of 1905|
F. H. Sanderson was a cabinetmaker who was interested in architecture photography. He developed a bellows camera with variably movable lensboard. In 1895 he got a patent on that principle and let the Holmes Bros. company make the cameras. These were the first highly flexible modern view cameras.
Links[edit | edit source]
- Sanderson Universal Swing Front Camera at www.edinphoto.org.uk
- Sanderson camera at licm.org.uk
- another Sanderson camera at licm.org.uk
- Sanderson Regular Camera at www.collection-appareils.fr
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