Motion picture equipment; Motion picture cameras
Mutograph Camera, exterior view. An early camera  that relied on electricity to power its mechanism, and instead of using sprockets to guide the film through the camera, the Mutograph relied on a friction feed. In addition, the film stock, 70 mm (2¾ inches) wide, provided more than four times the image surface of a standard 35-mm frame.
BW photograph, sepia tone; 8” x 6.25”
Jonathan Silent Film Collection