The Chinese took native wild peach trees and started to cultivation them circa 2000 BCE. Continue reading
It weighed 22 ounces, has lens fast enough to make instantaneous exposures, used a roll of film of 100 exposures, a round picture 2.5 inches in diameter and does not require a table or tripod for support. Its the Kodak No. 1, a fixed-focus box camera, announced in June 1888 by American inventor George Eastman of Rochester, NY, USA. The first camera to used a roll of film.
Rochester, NY, USA
- George Eastman – Wikipedia
George Eastman (July 12, 1854 – March 14, 1932) was an American entrepreneur who founded the Eastman Kodak Company and popularized the use of roll film, helping to bring photography to the mainstream.
- Kodak No. 1 | Camerapedia | Fandom powered by Wikia
The Kodak was George Eastman’s legendary first rollfilm camera bearing the new brand name “Kodak”, patented and introduced in 1888. It used Eastman stripping negative film.
- Kodak No. 1 – Camera-wiki.org – The free camera encyclopedia
The Kodak is George Eastman’s legendary first rollfilm camera bearing the new brand name “Kodak”, patented and introduced in 1888. It used Eastman stripping negative film, the first successful roll film (the photographic emulsion was attached to a paper roll, from which it was separated during development).
- Kodak No.1 Brownie Camera Information | The Brownie Camera Page
The No.1 Brownie Camera is identical to the “improved version” of the Brownie camera. The name was changed to No.1 Brownie after the introduction of the larger No.2 Brownie. The No.1 Brownie is a leatherette covered card box with a wooden film carrier.
We all know who Leonardo da Vinci was, that he was the father of many ideas, and at his time thought to have been crazy… Continue reading
First Latin American presented the Nobel Prize in Literature was in 1945
On March 10th 1977, when Uranus passed between a star and the earth, we discovery that Uranus has rings. Continue reading
Master of magic Robert-Houdin was born Jean-Eugène Robert in Blois, France, on 7 December 1805—a day after his autobiography said he was. Continue reading
It was James Highen of Melbourne, Australia, who patented the first Sheep-shearing machine in 1868. Continue reading
After obtained the patent in 1785, the English inventor Robert Ransome, Continue reading
In 1922, broadcasting began for CKAC a French language Radio Station out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Continue reading