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PictionID:52729125 – Catalog:14_030129 – Title:Sycamore Canyon Test Facility Details: Still Camera/Tank Set Up; Sycamore Canyon Date: 07/21/1961 – Filename:14_030129.tif – Images from the Convair/General Dynamics Astronautics Atlas Negative Collection. The processing, cataloging and digitization of these images has been made possible by a generous National Historical Publications and Records grant from the National Archives and Records Administration—Please Tag these images so that the information can be permanently stored with the digital file.—Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum

Image from page 22 of “Handbook for motion picture and stereopticon operators” (1908)
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Identifier: handbookformotio00jenk
Title: Handbook for motion picture and stereopticon operators
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Jenkins, C. Francis (Charles Francis), 1867-1934
Subjects: Motion Pictures Motion Picture Technology
Publisher: The Knega Company, inc.
Contributing Library: Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum
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ideof which is coated with a sensitive emulsion, thatof the negative being much more rapid than thepositive stock, although the latter produces betterresults for the lantern ribbons. The little pictures are not quite so wide as thefilm, leaving a narrow unoccupied marginal edge,in which are punched the little holes by which thefilm is kept in register during each step of the en-tire process. The pictures are f of an inch inheight by 1 inch wide, the latter dimension beingacross the film between the perforations, and areplaced one immediately above another, giving six-teen pictures to each foot of film. The standard ribbon is If inch wide and aboutToVo incn thick and in lengths approximately 200feet to each roll in America; and about 50 metersin Europe. The manufacturers furnish films,either perforated or unperforated, as desired. Theroll when received from the manufacturers is cov-ered with tinfoil and black paper, and encased ina tin box, sealed against the air. Operators Handbook 17

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PHOTOGRAPHING. The Camera. The camera is equipped with a photographiclens of large aperture and short focus, so that itwill work with a quick exposure. The casing orbox contains suitable mechanism for guiding andfeeding the film step by step in the focus of thelens, and a rotary shutter with one or more radialslits therein so arranged that the lens is uncoveredonly when the film is momentarily arrested, thelatter being pulled down quickly between exposuresso as to present a fresh surface each time. From 18 Motion Picture fifteen to twenty pictures are made per second,according to preference or necessity, the exposuredepending entirely upon the strength of light,rapidity of movement of the object photographed,and the result desired to be attained. A Professional Camera. A professional camera should have embodied inits construction the following features: A set oftwo or more interchanging lenses of different foci;a rising and falling front; a perfectly-balancedshutter (close to the film

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PictionID:43738868 – Catalog:14_006377 – Title:Vandenberg AFB TV Camera; Field of View; 101 Area Site 576C. Date: 02/08/1961 – Filename:14_006377.TIF – – – – Image from the Convair/General Dynamics Astronautics Atlas Negative Collection—Date comes from GD data. Please Tag these images so that the information can be permanently stored with the digital file.—Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum