History of the Movie Camera
The invention for the kinetoscope led the way to the Kinetograph. The Kinetograph consisted of still photographs that were set up for viewing in such a way that it gave the impression of an actual movie.
Then came 8mm and people would use their movie cameras to film their children at play and family affairs. It was quite a hobby for the motion picture enthusiast and was having lucrative potential for the serious minded businessman.
The use of the movie camera and projector carried on till the middle 1970s, when ‘video’ was introduced and changed the entire outlook of how home movies would be displayed.
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