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A Complete Set of Apparatus,
For taking Portraits or Views Stereoscopically, Price, £5 5s. The above Set is of the most perfect character, and supplies the Photographic Tourist with all the requisite Materials.
A Complete Set of Stereoscopic Apparatus, witli
View and Portrait Lens, Price, £10 10s.
The Apparatus, &c, of this Set is of a more finished character than the above, and the Camera clamped with brass, packed in strong case, and is admirably adapted for export to India, or other warm climates.
With beautifully mounted double Achromatic Lens, taking Pictures and Portraits 4J by Z\, with all the requisite Apparatus and Chemicals packed in box, with lock and key. Price, £5 5s.
Next Size Larger, taking Portraits 6J by 4J.
The Lenses of the above Sets of Apparatus are warranted, and for sharpness and accuracy in their performance, are unsurpassed.
Nitrate of Silver 311 per oz.
Iodized Collodion ... ... ...8 0 per lb.
Plain do 7 0
Iodizing Solution 1 0 per oz.
For detailed List of Apparatus and Chemicals tee Photographic Catalogue.
Stop screw, by which the instrument is set to any convenient height. Hinge joint, on which the instrument is moved to any required angle. Adjusting pulley to regulate colour and light.
The Colour reflector from which tints, as of Moonlight, Sunrise, Midday, and Sunset.
can be reflected on transparent pictures. The eye pieces in which the optical arrangements are placed, and adjusted to variation?
in focal distance, in the different conditions of sight.
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41. WALES' AND BAYLY'S ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS.
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