Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
Roger Burrows' regional Victorian home is filled with more than 700 cameras ranging from the 1800s until the 1970s. Beginning with some of the earliest cameras such as a Victorian brass and mahogany Thornton Pickard and a drop-plate box camera, his collection ends at some of the earliest digital cameras.
You can listen listen to Roger's passion from pocket cameras used in the First World War and Cecil Beaton's love of the twin-lens reflex Rolleiflex to the family Box Brownie camera on the link here.
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