E. & H.T. Anthony

Champion Equipment, Variation 3 (c. 1900-1906)

Date Introduced: 16 April 1900 in a paste in supplement to the 1899 catalog; Years Manufactured: 1900-c.1906
Construction: rear focus via push-pull; single swing; reverse by removable back; three-piece lensboard
Materials: mahogany body; cherry base track; black fabric bellows; brass hardware
Sizes Offered: #1.75B=5×7; #2B=5×8; #7B=6.5×8.5; #8B=8×10
Notes: similar to the NPA camera of the period, except wood is varnished instead of French polished, and the hardware is brass instead of nickeled.  Even though a different design, used the same name as the model that it replaced in 1900.     To aid in the confusion, Anthony often used the same engravings for the NPA, O.N.A and Champion.
16 April 1900 Supplement to Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Equipments and Materials for Amateurs, E. & H.T. Anthony & Co., New York, NY, p. 3
Illustrated Catalogue of Photographic Equipments and Materials for Amateurs, The Anthony & Scovill Co., New York, NY, June, 1901, p. 28-29

Elwood Caldwell

Welcome to fiberq.com! I'm Elwood Caldwell, and I'm absolutely passionate about all things IT and VR technology. From the intricate workings of computer systems to the immersive experiences of virtual reality, I find myself constantly fascinated by the ever-evolving landscape of these fields. At fiberq.com, I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to share my passion with you. Through articles, news updates, and insights, I aim to provide readers with valuable information about the latest advancements, trends, and breakthroughs in IT and VR technology. Stay tuned for the latest updates and discoveries right here on fiberq.com! Facebook / Email