Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer

  • Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer
    Sliding lens camera ESTEREOcon G. Hare Manufacturer

English, c.1883, signed on a plate on top of the body"" G. HARE, Manufacturer, 26 Calthorpe St, London"" and impressed with the number 2 in most parts. Camera with foldable lateral arm is held on the folding board the rear, the rear of the chamber extends along the tracks with two locking wheels at the top, the fine focus is by rack and pinion. At the rear of the camera are the two slots for the fixed partition (missing) The camera comes with two boards lens, the first lens for engraving only landscape 'J H Dallmeyer LONDON 34357' c.1883 Dallmeyer logs, to use the camera for only images. The second panel extra long lenses with rapid rectilinear lens recorded 'J H Dallmeyer, LONDON No35994 Rectilinear quick 6 x 4'. This panel allows the camera to be used as a stereo camera of a single lens. The lens is set far to one side and an exhibition is taken. They move to the side and the second exposure is taken. The camera comes in its original leather case with 4 DDSs and hood of black and red fabric.

Reference: #9260

  • Dating: 1883
  • Made in: brand

This we week to tell you about a beautiful piece of Foticos collection, stereo camera G. Hare bellows sliding lens (id. 9260) . This is a piece made with mahogany and lens brass for plates
The manufacturer George Hare (1825-1913) was a carpenter from Yorkshire who in his youth moved to London where he began working for famed camera manufacturer Thomas Ottewill (who stood by using only the best Spanish mahogany in their products). In mid-1850 he founded his own company in London Calthorpe Street. Precisely this direction is engraved on a plaque in all his works. In our collection also with a beautiful stereo viewer G. Hare (id. 9240), recently acquired
Following in the footsteps of his teacher, cameras and viewers they are manu ed Maximum quality wood and beautiful . Throughout his career, the house G. Hare launched important patents and achieved great advances in the photographic market. and a changing dish plates daylight
the camera you've added to the collection lets you create stereo images with just one lens and simply: first exposure is performed with the lens displaced to one side and then the lens to the opposite side is moved and another exposure takes again. Can see the sequence in lower image
it was so successful that had many similar models, such as: other similar cameras were the" portable bellows camera improved" Meagher; Exhibition of the Sands & amp; Hunter (1881), probably made by Hare; Universal Gandolfi and Tailboard chamber Watson (c. 1883). The Hare chamber was also sold to the retail by Fallowfield