OKO Multi-Gauge Cinecamera-Projector

Made:
1920-1929 in Poland
inventor:
Kazimierz Proszynski
maker:
Oko
Oko Multi-Gauge Projector, 1920-29. Oko Multi-Gauge Projector

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Oko Multi-Gauge Projector, 1920-29.
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection

Oko Multi-Gauge Projector
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection

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OKO cine camera/projector. Designed by Kasimir Proszynski. Mechanism for 12cm wide specially perforated film; moved laterally to expose 12 frames side by side, then moved down one frame and exposed on the return, and so on. Three-blade shutter; lens missing. Fitted inside light-tight case (missing) for filming. With short length of deteriorating nitrate film; 120mm roll of film with multiple images, 12 frames across.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Collection:
Kodak Collection
Object Number:
1990-5036/7229
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), celluloid (cellulose), felt, white metal (unknown) and wood (unidentified)
type:
cine camera/projector
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford