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Camera and Movie Picture Timeline
Transcript of Camera and Movie Picture Timeline
Reverend Goodwin patents celluloid photographic film Camera & Movie Picture Timeline. 1880-1889 Movies: The 1st motion picture camera is built by William Kennedy, commissioned by Thomas Alva Edison and is named Kinetograph. 1890-1899 Cameras: Kodak roll-film camera developed Movies: First motion picture studio
was established by The Edison Corporation. The first Kinetoscope
parlor opens in New York City. 1900-1909 Cameras: Panchromatic film created using sensitive dyes. Patented also known as "Auto chrome" was the first additive color screen material. Movies: First movie theater opens in Pittsburgh
The New York Times publishes its first movie review on D.W. Griffith's Pippa Passes. 1910-1919 Cameras: First 35mm still camera developed. The Brownie was the first mass market camera Movies: D.W. Griffith's movie introduces narratives, flashbacks, & other elements that are used today in narrative film making. 1920-1929 Cameras: Modern flash bulb is invented. Movies: Filmmakers created their own organizations to censor their own movies. W. Disney makes his first Mickey Mouse cartoon. 1930-1939 Cameras: Kodachrome film is marketed. Photoelectric cell introduced with the first light meter Movies: Hollywood releases the Wizard of Oz (One of the 1st colored films). 1940-1949 Cameras: The Polaroid is marketed. Eastman Kodak introduces the Kodacolor negative film Movies: Casablanca was a famous movie that encouraged the war effort and inspired troops. 1950-1959 Cameras: High speed Tri-X film is introduced by Eastman Kodak. Movies: Color television introduced. 1960-1969 Cameras: An underwater camera is created for the U.S. navy by EG&G. Instant color film is introduced by Polaroid. Movies: Hummingbird was a ten min. animated film. Kitty was created by a group of Russians that created a mathematical moving cat. 1970-1979 Camera: SX-70 camera introduced with one step instant photography. First point and shoot auto focus camera is developed by Konica Movies: Metadata was an experimental 2-D animated short. Future world was the first to use 3-D computer graphics. 1980-1989 Camera: Sony demonstrates the first consumer camcorder. Pixar introduces digital imaging processor. Canon demonstrates the first digital electronic still camera. Movies: Indiana Jones and the last Crusade was the first to use all digital composite. Star Trek IV was the first to use Cyberware (company) 3-D scanner and first 3-D morphing. 1990-1999 Camera: Eastman Kodak announces Photo CD as a digital image storage medium. Movies: Die Hard 2 was the first to use digitally manipulated matte painting. Robocop 2 was an early use of real time computer graphics to create a character in a motion picture. 2000-2009 2010-2013 Cameras: Optio WS80 & W80 are two palm-sized waterproof camera. Both can withstand rain, snow, sand, spills, and can take underwater pictures and videos. Movies: Able Edwards was the first movie to be shot completely on a green screen with digitally scanned images as backgrounds. Lord of the Rings was the first to use AI for digital actors by using the Massive Software developed by Weta Digital. Movies used 3-D images. Camera: HD PENTAX DA 560mm F5.6 ED AW was designed for all K-mount camera bodies. PENTAX K-01 designed by Marc Newson with an interchangeable lens. The PENTAX K-30 is the new weather and dust resistant digital SLR camera. Movies: The first movie to use CGI in a live broadcast was Coronation Street Live. The first movie to completely use CGI and gross more than 1,000,000,000 was Toy Story 3. Movies also started to use 3-D images. Conclusion This concludes my camera