"The Camera That Changed the World": A Film

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Years before the 1960's, moving images and motion pictures moved in an erratic and clunky animation, unable to capture real movement. In the 1950's, American and French filmmakers were all set to change this.

The desire to create a camera for the moving image that will capture real life in the moment and as it happened has an incredible story. Beginning from Jean Rouch, whom had experimented with a small wind-up handheld camera, started to think that action was missed when winding the camera up (as it could only record for about 20 seconds).

Watch the rest of the story here which will revolutionize cinema here for free.

✘ Youtube: http://youtube.com/watch?v=sPlqkbxEvJc

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written by lomographymagazine on 2017-01-02 #culture #cinema #photography #filmmaking #cinema-history #the-camera-that-changed-the-world

2 Comments

  1. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    That's a good doc. I didn't finish it yesterday. Did they take it down?

  2. ibkc
    ibkc ·

    "The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated due to multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringements."

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