The Museum of Shanghai Old Camera Manufacturing is a place that can not be missed by photography enthusiasts. It was a place where people remembered the past. After all, there were seagull cameras in every home that year. The third floor of a small building on Anfu Road (near Wukang Road) is hidden in the Museum of Shanghai Old Camera Manufacturing. It is based on the data of the former Shanghai Camera Factory and takes the Seagull camera as the exhibition point. The exhibition hall reproduced some scenes of the camera workshop, displaying various series of Shanghai brand, Seagull brand cameras in different periods, as well as some precious foreign cameras. The museum is free of charge and is closed from Monday to Thursday.
The museum is on the third floor, oh, the stairs are a bit long, and it's a surprise to walk up patiently. "Theme Cafe" The second floor is the Theme Cafe, known as "Black Store" - the main color is black, and the consumption is still very conscientious. "Traffic Tips" Line 7 is constant. No. 6 Shulu Road Walk North Turn left and enter Anfu Road. You'll be there all the way.
The Museum of Old Camera Manufacturing is located in Anfu Road, a quiet one-way street, inadvertently breaking into the world of photography enthusiasts. The entrance corridor shows the works of the masters twice. The second floor is a cafe, and the third floor is a museum. It can be visited by signature only. The small museum exhibits a camera older than my age, Shanghai Brand. Seagull brand and other brands of cameras, let me open my eyes.
I really want to take the camera out and touch it. Of course, it's impossible. But it's really good. Tickets are free. Just go in and register your ID card or your mobile phone number. The popularity is general, but it is all photography enthusiasts or camera enthusiasts who will pay attention to it. Nearby is the Magnolia Theatre, which was conducting animation exhibition that day.
Free visits to museums, weekend visitors are not many, the exhibition exhibits a lot of antique cameras, mainly seagulls, there are special Nikon Camera Exhibition area, saw a lot of camera styles have never seen, and many antique cameras can be used, it is really eye-opening. The coffee shop on the second floor is also very well decorated. It is estimated that this is the best coffee shop in the bustle.
In fact, the exhibition hall is still good, can fully understand the history of the development of Chinese old camera manufacturing, camera production process and so on, a good place for a friend who likes cameras, popularity is not as strong as it was when the opening of the museum.
Walking through Shanghai If you like photography, don't forget to visit Shanghai.
A characteristic Museum in Shanghai. Free of charge. The Museum runs through the development process of Chinese camera manufacturing, and condenses the shining light of national industry. There is one of the only existing seagull cameras in China at that time. It's also a good experience to go back to the time we spent with old cameras.