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For some photographers, the best camera is one that is manual and mechanical. Fig 2-2. The 'Vest Pocket' Autographic Kodak. Courtesy of the Author Now, we could say that Photography has little to do with Television. Recently however, those technologies have converged with the appearance of cross-over consumer products. We need only look at digital cameras to realise that there is very little difference between the cameras (primarily for Photography) and Video Camcorders (primarily for Video Recording).

All that would remain is to find a practical and completely reliable means of archiving tens of Gigabytes per movie. The sobering thought is that for movies on DVD that time is already here. Cinema Television - 1930s Style Bringing the technology for television into the cinema is not new. Though C. Francis Jenkins in the United States had a deep interest in television and moving picture technology, John Logie Baird in Britain had a focus on new technology for the cinema that was one of his more enduring legacies.

Courtesy of the Author At the time, the predictions in his 1911 address of which television was but a part, drew some interest. 7 He placed a 'call to action' on corporate research laboratories where he believed the high funding necessary to develop such a television system could be met. His call to action may have been answered, as it appeared to spur on several of the main pioneers of television to commence or increase focus on television research. Alexanderson at GE Schenectady, von Ardenne and Karolus in Germany, Takayanagi in Japan and Zworykin at Westinghouse all started research into television in the middle of 1924, a year after John Logie Baird.

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