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An apparatus for taking serial photographs to record movement.
[kineto- + G. skopeō, to examine]
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Dickson debut the Kinetograph, the world's first motion picture camera.
In their expensive black-leather coats, the women waiting for the elevator gave the impression they knew exactly what the relationship of their lives of freeways and tax breaks was to the task of examining films made on a kinetograph. In an odd way I envied them.
Dickenson, the man largely responsible for the Kinetograph camera with which these films were photographed and the Kinetoscope peephole machine in which they first were viewed.
Most of the circuit booked Biograph films until July of 1905, when the circuit switched to the Kinetograph, a film exchange with financial ties to Thomas Edison.