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In the Pocket: Photography from World War One

19th August 2017
In the Pocket: Photography from World War One

In the Pocket: Photography from World War One
Posted on August 16, 2017 by William Fagan
Kodak is probably the most significant name in the history of photography and it was the company that was most responsible for popularising photography, not only with its film products but also with its various easy-to-use cameras for the mass market. At one stage, photography was even called ‘Kodakery’ by some. Now that I have a collection of most camera models made by Leica, I have turned my attention to significant cameras in the history of photography such as the Nikon F and various Kodak models, such as the Brownie and the Vest Pocket Kodak (VPK) shown below.

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