Kinetograph

• (n.) A camera for making chronophotographs. • (n.) A machine for the projection of chronophotographs upon a screen for the purpose of producing the effect of an animated picture. • (n.) A combined animated-picture machine and phonograph in which sounds appropriate to the scene are automatically uttered by the latter instrument.Kine...
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Kinetograph

(from the article `motion picture, history of the`) ...regular motion of the film strip through the camera and a regularly perforated celluloid film strip to ensure precise synchronization between the ... ...because they prevailed commercially. The heart of Edison`s patent claim was the intermittent movement provided by a Maltese cross ...
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Kinetograph

Ki·ne'to·graph noun [ Greek ... movable + -graph .] (Physics) (a) A camera for making chronophotographs. (b) A machine for the projection of chronophotographs upon a screen for the purpose of producing the effect of an animated picture. (c) A combined animated-pi...
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