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Voigtlander daguerreotype camera,  1841.
Titel Voigtlander daguerreotype camera, 1841.
Caption This curiously-shaped camera for the daguerreotype process was introduced by Peter Wilhelm Friedrich Voigtlander (1812-1878) in 1841. The focusing screen was positioned at the fattest part of the camera, and there was a magnifier in the shorter of the two cones to aid focusing. Once the picture was sharp, the photographer had to go into the darkroom and swap the focusing screen for a daguerreotype plate; to maintain sharpness a special cradle ensured that the camera was replaced with the plate in precisely the same position. In the Daguerreotype process, invented by Louis Daguerre (1789-1851) and made public in 1839, a picture made on a silver surface sensitized with iodine was developed by exposure to mercury vapour., 7023393
Aufnahmedatum 01.01.2009
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Bildgröße 3089px x 3504px, 26,20 cm x 29,70 cm (300 dpi)
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