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Étienne-Jules Marey (1830–1904)

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Pioneer physiologist and physician, who studied and photographed the flight of birds. In 1882, Marey invented the fusil photographique, a device which allowed him to take twelve separate photos in one second. After Eastman's introduction of celluloid film, Marey patented his Chrono Photographic Camera, with which a rapid succession of images could...

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(age 74) in Paris, France

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 1894 Falling Cat (Short)
 1891 La vague (Short)
 1891 Two Fencers (Short)
 1890 Mosquinha (Short)
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 1894 Falling Cat (Short)
 1891 Two Fencers (Short) (director of cinematography)
 1890 Mosquinha (Short)
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 1891 Je vous aime (Short) (producer)
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 1982 Pigeons in the Square (Short) (respectful homage)
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Pioneer physiologist and physician, who studied and photographed the flight of birds. In 1882, Marey invented the fusil photographique, a device which allowed him to take twelve separate photos in one second. After Eastman's introduction of celluloid film, Marey patented his Chrono Photographic Camera, with which a rapid succession of images could be taken.

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