Lumière Cinématographe

Made:
c. 1896 in Lyons and Paris
maker:
Jules Carpentier
and
Louis Jean Lumière

35mm Lumière Cinématographe camera/ projector/ printer, serial no 254, with 3 external feed magazines, 2 printing magazines, 2 internal take-up magazines, taking and projection lenses, crank and case. Claw mechanism designed for Edison perforations. With wooden box. Made by Jules Carpentier, c. 1896. Owned and used by Harishchandra Sakharam Bhatwadekar (Save Dada) to make first films in India, shot by native Indian.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
2007-5005/1
Materials:
brass, metal (unknown), glass, wood
type:
35mm motion picture camera, printer, projector
credit:
The National Media Museum, Bradford/Sarosh Collection

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