German Museum of Film and Photo Technology

With more than 3,000 exhibits, the museum comprises one of the most extensive collections of film, photo, and TV-related technology in Germany.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the world of electromagnetic radiation of light and are shown the limits of image recording. An electron microscope is used as a model to show the various enhancements that were made possible due to the discovery of electron beams. Among them are the visualization of viruses, genes, atoms and many other things. A thermal imaging camera from 1970 illustrates how infrared rays, which are not perceptible by the human eye, can be made visible. Furthermore, visitors are also provided with an overview of recent developments in communications technology.

Opening Hours:
Wed. to Fri. 14.00 – 18.00, Sat., Sun., Holidays 11.00 – 18.00, January and February Sun., Thu. 11.00 - 18.00, visits and tours outside of opening hours by arrangement

Address:

Deutsches Film- und Fototechnikmuseum, Weinstr. 33, 67146 Deidesheim, Phone +49 (0)6326/6568 or 981068, Fax. +49 (0)6326/981069

Internet: http://www.dftm.de

 

 

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