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35mm cine camera used by Cherry Kearton
early 20th century
35mm hand cranked motion picture camera owned and used by natural history photographer and cinematographer Cherry Kearton (1871-1940), bearing the label 'The Charles Urban Trading Company, London & Paris', fitted with a J H Dallmeyer brass-barrelled lens with rack and pinion focussing and drop in aperture wheel adjustments. On heavy black stained wooden tripod with extending legs.
Pictures from Nature, by Richard and Cherry Kearton
Printed Materials & Ephemera
'Pictures from Nature' by Richard and Cherry Kearton. Examples of Rembrandt Photogravure.
Cherry Kearton Limited
1912 - 1915
1910-1916, film camera and accessories manufacturer and supplier, London
Kinematograph 35mm camera
Kinematograph 35mm camera, used by Cherry Kearton, for filming 'The big game of life', c.1915.
Proszynski aeroscope camera
Aeroscope cine camera for 35mm film in Debrie type 400 foot magazines, internal. Lens missing. Helical focusing mount, lever adjusted. Critical focusing on film front. Externally adjustable shutter. With compressed air motor drive. Speed adjustable 16, 20, 24 fps. tube type filling valve with protective cap. Power indicator dial. Folding frame finder with adjustable backsight. Provision for hand turning. On-off knob. Signed by Proszinski. No.151. Made by Cherry Kearton Limited.