100 Iconic Cameras

28 10 2013

Milners Blog

Such a beautiful poster from the guys over at Pop Chart Lab, a meticulously illustrated catalogue of 100 landmark cameras, put together from over a century of our photographic history, depicting both professional and amateur models, I’ve still got a 1952 Leica M3, and a 1982 Ricoh KR10 Super which looks the strikingly similar to the illustrated 1982 Nikon FM2.

This is a must have print for us photography geeks…which ones have you still got?

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5 responses

28 10 2013
John McDaniel

Cool poster. Is it available? If, yes, where?


28 10 2013

Hi John, yes I thought it was pretty cool too. I just “re-blogged” it from the site listed in the post. Unfortunately, that’s all I know. If you do track it down, let me know, OK?


28 10 2013
Carol Orban

Pretty amazing, but I couldn’t figure out how to make it larger. I have kept my 1973 Nikon FTN. Don’t know what to do with it.

I will be talking with my friend Irene who directs the winter festival about how bad it would be for me to not be here.

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28 10 2013

Cool website at popchartlabs.com where it looks like you can buy this.


28 10 2013

Thanks,’cuz. Link didn’t work, looks like its popchartlab.com (singular).


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