Pathéorama viewer

Made:
1922 in Paris
maker:
Pathé
The Pathéorama
      The Pathéorama, made by Pathé in France, 1922

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The Pathéorama The Pathéorama, made by Pathé in France, 1922
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection

Pathéorama viewer, made by Pathé, Vicenees. Film strip viewing device; films transported by rubber covered wheel past frosted celluloid screen. Magnifying lens. The Pathéorama is a film strip viewer for 35 mm film, it was available in metal or bakelite. The filmstrip is positioned directly into the compartment of the Pathéorama. The film is advanced manually by turning a rubber wheel. The images are transported past a frosted celluloid screen and viewed through a magnifying lens.

The Pathéorama, made by Pathé in France, 1922.

The Pathéorama is a film strip viewer for 35 mm film, it was available in metal or bakelite. The filmstrip is positioned directly into the compartment of the Pathéorama. The film is advanced manually by turning a rubber wheel. The images are transported past a frosted celluloid screen and viewed through a magnifying lens.

Details

Category:
Photographic Technology
Object Number:
1990-5036/338
type:
film strip viewer
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment by process
  • image viewing equipment
  • photographic viewing equipment
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford