Executive Room Oskar Barnack
EXECUTIVE OSKAR BARNACK
November 1, 1879 (Lynow, Germany) – Janeiro 16, 1936 (Bad Nauheim, Germany).
The engineer Oskar Barnack was a German optical engineer, precision mechanic, industrial designer, and the father of 35 mm photography.While working for Leitz, then a microscope manufacturer, the master entineer and photography enthusiast invented the original Ur-Leica (Leica I): the first precision miniature camera to become available commercially.
He and Leica are represented through the photographic lens itself.