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... HE CARRIES WITH HIM ALIMENTARY PILLS AND SUDDENLY FIND HIMSELF IN THE MIDDLE OF A HURRICANE THAT LEADS TO A FANTASTIC PLACE: THE LAND OF THE ELEMENTARY SPIRITS WHERE HE IS RECEIVED BY A SILK SHADOW THAT PRESENTS THIS PLACE TO HIM AND MAKE THIS IMPORTANT REVELATION ABOUT RECORDING IMAGES.
19 of August 1839 The French Government announces the discovery of one photografic process named "Daguerrotip" invented by the painter Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre that was in contact with Joseph Nicéphore Niepce experiences.
Around 1850 someone discover that magnesium filaments produce one intense light seemed like sun light. Since 1880 almost every photography was realized with artificial light in a way to reduce time exposures using an explosive mixture of sulphide of antimony, potassium chloride and magnesium dust.
Back in 1727 Johann Heinrich Schulze experimentally demonstrated that light and not heat was responsible for the blackening of Silver Nitrate.
In 1929 magnesium was reduced to tiny aluminium sheets closed in glass tubes as a normal electric lamp and introduced in German market with the name of "Vacublitz" (the photoflash lamp).

The Camera - October, 1936

The Camera - October, 1936