Paul's Cinematograph Camera No 2

Made:
1896 in London
maker:
Robert William Paul

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Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly
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Science Museum Group Collection

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
Science Museum Group Collection

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
Science Museum Group Collection

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
Science Museum Group Collection

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
Science Museum Group Collection

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed. This camera was possibly used to film Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee procession in June 1897.

Early Kinematograph apparatus by Robert Paul, London, 1896. One camera with continuous feed.

This camera was possibly used to film Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee procession in June 1897.

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Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
1913-550 Pt1
Materials:
brass (copper, bronze (copper, cast iron, glass, steel (metal), tin alloy), wood (unidentified), zinc alloy)
type:
cinematograph
credit:
The National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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