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Vlad Posted - Jun 08 2013 : 11:29:10 AM
I was reading the Widelux was also developed in 1948 in Japan, and was curious whether Soviets copied Japanese or vice versa or these were two independent developments?

Cheers,
Vlad
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Vlad Posted - Jun 15 2013 : 7:21:37 PM
Luiz, thanks for the link , very interesting! Baby Al Vista from 1906 with pivoting lens huh? Very cool!

Cheers,
Vlad
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jun 15 2013 : 4:04:06 PM
Vlad
SEE
http://www.photographyhistory.com/CS07/bellpanorama.html.
from David Silver.

the pivoting lens is not new. Archimedes 4th Centuri BC told about its possibilities and Al-Hazen 1200 year described it in his stereoscopic notations of the eye.
Several important uses were done after this principle.
There are several Picture of Rio de Janeiro taken by Marc Ferrez in panoramic mood on rigid glass plates 40 cm x 100 cm around 1880 in the museum of Instituo Moreira Salles. A curious metal French cmera wheighitng around 300 kg took those extraordinary pictures.

A curious Russian adaptation using Zorki cameras was built by Pankovitch and I posted it in our forum. Rolleiflex and Flexaret used
this same basis to construct discrete panoramas.
I developed a device to be used in conjunction with Lubitel in order to take up to 360 pictures in one take.
best regards.
LP
Vlad Posted - Jun 14 2013 : 7:14:32 PM
Thank you Luiz, I guess my question was more to the fact that these were the first "Swing-lens" cameras as far as I know, so whenever FT or Widelux are mentioned, someone always says one is the copy of the other and they are used interchangeably.. i was just wonder whether there was any truth to that..
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jun 11 2013 : 09:11:09 AM
I liked the SZA 3 car

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SZA-M-left.jpg
Zoom Posted - Jun 11 2013 : 03:24:55 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Luiz Paracampo
-What are you meaning with such a sentence?
I can't understand


Sorry. In English:
Everything was stolen invented before us.

The original phrase (" .") is from the one famous Russian comedy film, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Y_and_Shurik%27s_Other_Adventures

Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jun 10 2013 : 11:25:10 AM
Zoom
Tudo foi roubado inventado antes de nos... ;)
-What are you meaning with such a sentence?
I can't understand
LP
Zoom Posted - Jun 10 2013 : 09:39:35 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Luiz Paracampo

Panoramic cameras were long known in photography rea.
here a Cylindrograph of 1895 uses the same system.
bottom right as cmara panormica


Tudo foi roubado inventado antes de nos... ;)
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jun 08 2013 : 2:11:57 PM
One can see also a Lehman Camera which is a SLR type
More than 100 years ago!
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jun 08 2013 : 2:09:48 PM
Panoramic cameras were long known in photography rea.
here a Cylindrograph of 1895 uses the same system.
bottom right as cmara panormica
Cheers!
LP


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