For 35mm film in internal 300' magazines. Lens missing; second lens tube fitted above standard; double gate, sperated by one frame. Additional mechanism, incomplete, operating guillotine shutters in each gate. Hand turned; footage and fps dials; critical focusing through film (cap missing). Claw intermittent and two sprockets. 'Binocular' mask.
Williamson 35mm cine camera, made by the Williamson Kinematograph Company Limited in England, 1910.
This is a hand-cranked cine camera for 35mm film in internal 300' wooden magazines. James Williamson started producing films in 1897, and in 1910 he began to concentrate on the manufacture of film equipment.