Butcher's No. 2 Empire Cinematograph. For 35mm film on 400' reels. Pathe Serie Superieure lens, screw focused; beater intermittent, 2 sprockets; before lens shutter. Centrifugal safety shutter; framing device. Iron lamphouse, condenser and light source missing, slides over behind lantern lens, with flasher, tinter slot, rack focusing. On wooden base.
Butcher's Empire Model 2 cinematograph, made by Houghton-Butcher Manufacturing Company Limited in England, c. 1921.
The Empire cinematograph was a cine camera and projector in one. It took 35mm film on 400' reels and has a Pathé Série Supérieure lens.
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- cine projector
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- photographic equipment
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
- Permanent collection
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