Photographs have been collected at the Art Institute of Chicago for practically 70 years, and they have been exhibited here frequently since 1900. The most popular cameras utilized a sliding-box design. A second, slightly smaller field slid into the back of the larger box. The focus was managed by sliding the rear field forward or backward. A laterally reversed picture would be obtained until the digital camera was fitted with a mirror or prism to right this impact.
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