Thomas Rudolphus Dallmeyer
Thomas Rudolphus Dallmeyer (1859-1906), English optician was the son of
John Henry Dallmeyerwho ran an optics business.
He assumed control of the business on the failure of his father's health, was principally known as the first to introduce the
telephoto lensinto ordinary practice (patented 1891), and he was the author of a standard book on the subject ("Telephotography", 1899). He served as president of the Royal Photographic Societyin 1900-1903.----
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