Moy cine camera, No 500. Cine camera for 35mm film in internal 200 foot magazines. Taylor,Taylor & Hobson Cooke cinematograph lens f: 2 inches f/3.5-22 Serial No 79294. Helical focusing mount. Provision for external adjustment of shutter (shutter blade missing). Double sprocket and claw drive. Hand turned. Through the film focusing from rear. Folding optical frame finder. Parallax adjustment on rear sight. Rotary footage indicator, rotary frame indicator. Camera Serial No 500.
Cine camera by Ernest F Moy Limited, England, 1908.
This is a cine camera for 35mm film in 200' internal wooden magazines. The camera is fitted with a Taylor, Taylor and Hobson Cooke Cinematograph f/3.5-22 2" lens. Ernest F Moy Limited launched their first daylight loading cine camera in 1900, and by 1911 Moy cameras were in constant use by British studios and topical film makers around the world.
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- brass (copper, zinc alloy), glass, leather, paper (fibre product), steel (metal) and wood (unidentified)
- cine camera
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- image making equipment
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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