Film Pack Adapters - Antique and Vintage Cameras

N&G Film Pack Adapter

1912

Newman & Guardia Ltd

London

England

Image of N&G Film Pack Adapter

Construction:
Leather covered, aluminium sheath. To fit the Baby Sibyl.

Format:
4.5 x 6 cm.

Identification:
No name on inside of door.

With:
Box.

Film Pack Adapter

Format:
2 " x 3 ".

With:
Selo Panchromatic Film pack.

Houghton Film Pack Adapter

Houghton-Butcher Manufacturing Co.

London

England

Construction:
Leather covered.

Format:
6 " x 4 ".

The term Film Pack is now generally applied to the Premo Film Pack introduced in 1903 by the Rochester Optical Co. based on a patent by J.E. Thornton. Other film pack arrangements were developed around the same time but did not have the same commercial success.

The systems differ in detail but the essentials were that a number of cut films were held by, or attached to, a paper backing with tabs by which they could be moved from the front to the back of the pack. Several methods of attaching individual films to a roll of film were proposed but were not put into production.

References & Notes:
Film Packs.

Film and Plate holders

Dark-slides

Wet-plate

Double Dark-slides

Single Dark-slides

Studio & Process

Autochrome

Lippmann

Transfer Boxes

Hare

Lancaster

Changing Boxes

N&G

Adams

Reid's, Lizars

Soho

Gaumont, Heidoscop, T-P, Ica

Film Pack Adapters

Envelope Adapters

Mackenzie-Wishart

Houghton

Daylight Loading System

A-kla

Roll-Holders

Kodak

Graflex, Adams, T-P

Zeiss, Adams

Rollex, Plaubel

Kodachrome Adapter

35 mm & Other Cassettes

Polaroid

Magazine Plate Holder

Plate / Film Adapter

Repeating Back

Leica Single Film Holder