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Cinematographic.‘a cine camera’
- ‘The video statement looked like it had been filmed on a cine camera.’
- ‘Long gone are the days of scratchy cine films.’
- ‘In those early years, the business was mainly involved in hiring and selling 16 mm cine films.’
- ‘High-speed cine and still cameras were secured to record the launch.’
- ‘Hubner put on cine variety shows, interspersing traditional variety with very early cinema films.’
- ‘Many more people own cine cameras of some kind these days and we are trying to persuade them to include sound with their films.’
- ‘The Intermediate Film Technique used a cine camera and 17.5 mm film.’
- ‘The following week's film shows the life of a Birmingham family who ran a photographic studio and acquired a cine camera.’
- ‘We simply invited them because they represented the Malayalam cine industry.’
- ‘Cleland took his cine camera and filmed the army parade.’
- ‘For the film buffs and budding cine artistes, the book could be of much use.’
- ‘His cine film A Nursing Story won an award; he appeared on science television programmes as an adviser.’
- ‘People in Bolton are being urged to dig out their old photos and cine film.’
- ‘He said that the relative had some other spools of cine film from the same period.’
- ‘He recorded on his cine camera some of the sights that the family enjoyed.’
- ‘At fifteen, Mark developed an interest in cine film, so to pursue his new hobby, took a part-time job in a camera shop.’
- ‘His family was able to encourage Schlesinger's interest in theatre and film, giving him his first cine camera when he was 11.’
- ‘Lots of people living in the village will have photographs, cine film and documents that help make up the history of Saltaire.’
- ‘A cine club offering both documentary films and box office movies will also be added to the south building.’
- ‘He was an avid reader, did cine photography, and painted in oils, so his partial loss of sight in later years was a big blow to him.’
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