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Inventor and Photographer
1879 11 01
1936 01 16
“Lilliput camera for cine-film completed” – Oskar Barnack
Oskar Barnack (Nuthe-Urstromtal, Brandenburg, 1 November 1879 – Bad Nauheim, Hesse, 16 January 1936) was an inventor and German photographer who built, in 1913, what would later become the first commercially successful 35mm still-camera, subsequently called Ur-Leica at Ernst Leitz Optische Werke (the Leitz factory) in Wetzlar.
Wikipedia, last updated 2022.08.22
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