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Motion picture cameras

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Edison C. Breckenridge camera and projector

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 3101
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of two articles: a Keystone Capri combination motion picture/still camera with interchangable lenses, and an accompanying Keystone 95 projector with still/motion picture function. Both items are stored in the manufacturer's cases.

Dates: approximately 1950-1960

Department of Physics collection of photographic equipment

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5755
Scope and Contents Cameras and photographic equipment from the Physics Department. Collection has 85 pieces including a Prosch Triplex Stereoscopic, a stereo viewer, camera lenses from various makers, film canisters, diffusers, glass dry plates and holders, light meters, two Pocket Kodaks, one Polaroid, one Fotron III, three Graflex cameras, one Century View model 40, a homemade bellow camera with color filters, film developing tools, Kodak paper catalog, large format lenses, examples of undeveloped film, and...
Dates: approximately 1890-1970

Roy J. Hallsey collection

 Collection — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197227643241]
Identifier: MSS 3738
Scope and Contents

This collection contains a Pathex motion picture camera and Pathex projector, instruction books, a film container, and a cleaning outfit. This camera originally belonged to Roy J. Hallsey.

Dates: approximately 1900

Kodak Brownie 8 Movie Camera

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197227629026]
Identifier: MSS 3361
Scope and Contents

This collection contains one Kodak Brownie 8 Movie Camera f/2.7 circa 1950s.

Dates: approximately 1950s

School of Music filmmaking equipment

 Collection — Oversize 1: [Barcode: 31197225524534]
Identifier: MSS 3241
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of four pieces of photographic equipment, including: a Nikon Super Zoom-8 movie camera, a No. 3 folding pocket Kodak Model B4 camera with case, a Sun Gun II movie light with case, and a Kodak Instamatic M95 movie projector.

Dates: approximately 1915-1960