kinetograph


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kinetograph

(kɪˈnɛtəˌɡrɑːf; kɪˈniːtəˌɡrɑːf; kaɪˈnɛtəˌɡrɑːf; kaɪˈniːtəˌɡrɑːf)
n
(Film) an early type of film camera, invented in the late 19th century, which was used for photographing moving objects
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kinematograph, kinetograph

a motion-picture camera.
See also: Films
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In 1891, he was granted a patent for a Kinetograph camera, an invention to which William K.
In the late nineteenth century there was a flurry of devices and a parade of names, which all contributed more or less, depending on one's perspective, to the development of cinematic culture in forms that we might recognise today: praxinoscope, zoopraxiscope, chronophotographs, biofantascope, kinetograph, kinetophonograph, Reynaud, Muybridge, Marey, Friese-Green, Edison, to cite just a handful.
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