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James F Shew & Company were a camera manufacturer based in London, England, reportedly working from c.1849 until c.1920[1].

Cameras

  • Day Xit c.1910
  • Detectivkamera
  • Eclipse c.1890
  • Eclipse Focal Plane
  • Eclipse Pocket
  • Euxit Vest Pocket
  • Featherweight Camera, c.1898
  • Fieldcamera Stereo
  • Five Guinea Xit c.1904
  • Guinea Xit c.1906
  • Hand Universal Camera
  • Press Reflector A abd B
  • Reflector Reflex
  • Shewgraphe Patent
  • Stereo Field Camera c.1900
  • Tailboard Camera c.1900
  • Tailboard Camera Stereo
  • Two Guinea Xit c. 1904
  • Wideangle camera, c.1893
  • Xit (wooden)
  • Xit (aluminium) c.1900
  • Xit Stereoscopic

Sources

  1. Rob Niederman's page

 

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