[ki-nee-tuh-graf, -grahf, -net-uh-, kahy-]
- a camera for taking pictures for a kinetoscope.
Origin of kinetograph
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About 1890, Edison invented the kinetograph and kinetoscope, after a long series of investigations and experiments.Invention
Bradley A. Fiske
The “kinetograph,” which is the precursor of the apparatus for showing moving photographs, is of great interest.
Next week, if it's successful, we shall produce it with scenery and effects on the kinetograph.
Those who wish to see the kinetograph at work will please go within.