Cameras Go to the gallery

Pictures And Memory

There are more than 500 cameras in the Museum collection, 500 jewels exhibited with a knowing corollary of accessories and technical back-up.

The history of photography, which follows the development of optic principles already described in the 11th century, is studded with famous personalities, some even legendary.

From Barbaro to Da Guerre, from Talbot to Wellwood, through to the more complex applications of the Lumière brothers for the cinema. In this rich collection, microscopes, spyglasses, projectors are displayed together with the most ancient and mysterious magic lanterns and the futuristic photographic equipment of today.

The new visual communication.

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