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Went there expecting to get some shots of vintage cameras, instead only managed to capture their vintage doors as it remained shut with a notice announcing their relocation plan pasted right smack on the front. Oh wells, it was worth a shot anyway.
My friends and I were offered RM10 each per entry to this Camera Museum (which also connects with the Owl Museum). We were amazed by the abundance of camera collections! We got to see the first ever camera, wartime camera, tracing camera, and also the...More
After hunting around for this museum on a really hot and humid afternoon, we arrived to find the museum CLOSED and notice on the door that they have moved.
You would think that they should have updated tour operators and hotels so that interested tourists...More
Must Visit if you like to see the old old type of camera, alot of interesting photo taken in the old days, how film are made and there is a lady telling you story of camera history, she is very nice and resourceful. great job.
We went btw on this hidden museum, on the second floor of a durian shop. The attebdant there gave us a full explanation of the most interesting artifacts on the museum, and it was certainly very impressive. A hidden pearl in penang!
To those who own the overprice-camera (DSLR), come and see the time tunnel and history of the camera. From the 2 meter long camera, until 3 cm camera. You will be amazed of these collections. Please don't bring your baby if you want to spend...More