Lucien Bull Multiple-lens Camera for Taking High-speed Photographs

Made:
1933
maker:
Lucien Bull

Multiple-lens camera for taking high-speed photographs on a fixed plate at rates up to 3000 per second. Invented and used by Dr Lucien Bull, CBE, in 1933. b) Fifty anastigmatic f3.5 lenses for use with the above (mounted insitu). Booklet MOTEUR Universel. Type. BIS. Serial No. 208747.

Details

Category:
Photographic Technology
Object Number:
1957-56
Materials:
brass, ceramic, electrical components, electrical wiring, glass, wood
credit:
Bull, L
status:
Permanent collection

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