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"Brownie film camera exhibition" to still continue from birth for more than 100 years (Japanese camera Museum sponsorship)

Date From Tuesday, March 5, 2013 to Sunday, June 16
From 10:00 to 17:00
Closed days Every Monday (on Tuesday of the next day, 4/30, 5/7 are opened when Monday is holiday.)
Display spare period: From Monday, February 25, 2013 to Monday, March 4
Place Japanese camera Museum (the first floor of 25, Ichibancho JCII Ichibancho building basement)
Access Hanzomon Line "Hanzomon Station" Exit 4, a 1-minute walk
Yurakucho Line "Kojimachi Station" Exit 3, an 8-minute walk
Admission charges Free of charge lower than general 300 yen, junior high student
Group discount (more than ten people) public 200 yen
Sponsorship Japanese camera Museum
Reference Japanese camera Museum
TEL: 03-3263-7110

Event contents


We display many cameras using 120 films which has been got close to as "Brownie film" with the longest history and, having been continued since 1901, introduce.

"Brownie" was produced in 1879 (Meiji 12) by Canadian writer, pal mer cox (Palmer Cox:1840-1924). And this character won popularity from 1880s through 1900s in the United States, and game and lunch box, clock were used for many products including picture book. One had camera, and camera of "Brownie" which Eastman Kodak produced series used the name of "Brownie" for a long term. Above all, "No. 2 Brownie" of 1901 (Meiji 34) spread out in the world with exclusive film released at the same time and should be common with name called "Brownie film". This film became "120 films", and it was the oldest film standard to be used even today that passed for more than 100 years afterwards.

※You can see for 200 yen of place special rate of admission public 300 yen with camera (camera for 120 films) using Brownie film during current display period.


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