The origin of the camera can be traced much further beyond the introduction of photography. Johann Zahn designed the first camera in 1685. Joseph Niepce developed the camera obscura or the pinhole camera and took the first photo with it in 1814. Through many generations of photographic technology, the camera has evolved from daguerreotypes, calotypes, dry plates, film and to the modern day with digital cameras. A set of camera cufflinks worn are not just cufflinks, it’s history and style fused together in one. The set comes in an exquisite leather box with velvet inlay
“French inventors Louis-Rene Panhard and Emile Levassor are credited with the development of the first modern manual transmission. They demonstrated their three-speed transmission in 1894 and the basic design is still the starting point for most contemporary manual transmissions.Panhard and Levassor used a chain drive on their original transmission. In 1898 auto maker Louis Renault used their basic design, but substituted a drive shaft for the drive chain and added a differential axle for the rear wheels to improve performance of the manual transmission. The next major innovation occurred in 1928 when Cadillac introduced the synchronized manual transmission, which significantly reduced gear grinding and made shifting smoother and easier.” A set of stick shift cufflinks are more than just accessories; they are history around the cuffs. The set comes in an exquisite leather box with velvet inlay.