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When was the movie camera invented?

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Answered 2007-05-12 01:58:27

1888. French inventor Louis Augustin Le Prince developed a single-lens camera which he used to make the very first moving picture sequences, by moving the film through a camera's sprocket wheels by grabbing the film's perforations.

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