The History of Panoramic Photography (contd.)
In the late nineteenth century, cameras were manufactured
specifically for producing panoramas. These cameras were
either swing-lens cameras, where the lens rotated while the
film remained stationary, or 360-degree rotation cameras,
where both the camera and the film rotated.
Wonder Panoramic camera , Manufacturer: Rudolph Stirn, 1890
C.P. Stirn's patent "The Wonder" Panoramic Camera, covering up to 360, for up to five
exposures on transparent roll film