Portal:Photography/Did you know

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  • ...that the inventors of Kodachrome, Leopold Mannes and Leopold Godowsky, Jr. were both accomplished musicians?
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  • ...that the first real zoom lens, which retained near-sharp focus while the effective focal length of the lens assembly was changed, was patented in 1902 by Clile C. Allen (U.S. Patent 696,788)?
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... that the Canon EOS 6D is Canon's smallest and lightest full-frame DSLR?

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... that the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj is the first compact digital camera of its kind with a built-in projector?

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... that the Canon EOS-1D X is a full-frame flagship model for Canon?

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Nominations[edit]

More "Did you know"s can be nominated here. General guidelines for nominations, loosely based on Wikipedia:Did you know include:

  • Pick DYKs in articles that are interesting.
  • Look for articles that are over 1,000 characters in size - no stubs.
  • The "Did you know?" fact must be mentioned in the article.
  • Try to select articles that cite their sources, particularly the item mentioned.