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Q: Eadweard Muybridge who put running horses successive images on a zoopraxiscope. When people spun it, the images looked like the horses were running.
After that, there was a development of camera technology.
Side by side with it, the invention of celluloid in the U.S.
William Dickson who made a Kinetograph, which is precursor of film camera, under the direction of Thomas Edison.
Lumber brothers in Paris made a portable camera which was based on the Kinetograph. Because of the invention, to shoot outside became more easily. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Eadweard Muybridge put successive images of running horses on a zoopraxiscope. When people spun it, the images looked like the horses were running.
After that, there was a development of camera technology. Side by side with it came the invention of celluloid in the U.S.
William Dickson made a Kinetograph, which is the precursor of the film camera, under the direction of Thomas Edison.
The Lumiére brothers in Paris made a portable camera which was based on the Kinetograph. Because of this invention, shooting outside became easier.

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