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Film & Culture Chapter 10
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Literally, "writing with light"; technically, the recording of static images through a chemical interaction caused by light rays striking a sensitized surface.
Literally, "dark chamber." A box (or a room in which a viewer stands); light entering (originally through a tiny hole, later through a lens) on one side of the box (or room) projects an image from the outside onto the opposite side or wall.
The use of a series of still photographs to record the phases of an action, although the actions within the images do not move.
An early device for exhibiting moving pictures—a revolving disk with photographs arranged around the center.
A form of the chronophotographic gun (see revolver photographique)— a single, portable camera capable of taking twelve continuous images.
The first motion-picture camera.
A peephole viewer, an early motion-picture device.
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