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chronophotographic

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to or connected with chronophotography.

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Examples

  • He developed a new type of camera that could capture the individual phases of a subject moving through time and space on a single plate: 'chronophotographic' images.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • To illustrate this, I presented the panel audience with a series of photographs from the history of technological invention, including Watson's gallows telephone, Marey's chronophotographic rifle, and an image of the first human sonogram, which was conducted in the turret of a B-29 bomber.

    The Fourfold Visions of William Blake and Martin Heidegger

  • At the time that we described the Demeny chronophotographic apparatus we remarked that it had the advantage of permitting of the projection of very luminous images of large dimensions; but it is certain that the cases are somewhat limited in which there is any need of using a screen 24 or 25 feet square, and, as a general thing, one 6 or 10 feet square suffices.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 1178, June 25, 1898

  • And finally, "To make an investigation into the original photographic and chronophotographic experiments carried out by the French physiologist EJ Marey (1830 - 1904)":

    GreenCine Daily

  • And finally, "To make an investigation into the original photographic and chronophotographic experiments carried out by the French physiologist EJ Marey (1830 - 1904)":

    GreenCine Daily

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