Panoramic negatives, 1859.

Panoramic negatives, 1859.
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

Description

In 1859, Thomas Sutton invented a panoramic camera which used a wide-angle lens in conjunction with curved glas plates. Only six of the cameras were ever made. These four 10 x 5 inch (25.4cm x 12.7cm) curved-glas wet-collodion negatives are among the few known surviving examples of the negatives which Sutton's camera produced.

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