Pictures that Move? Must be Magic.

It's Not Magic! It's Edison!

Kinetograph

A Breakthrough in Moving Picture Shooting!

  • Patented 1883 by Thomas Edison
  • ONE camera takes all the shots!
  • No more lining up multiple still cameras to get your moving picture
  • Easy to use system
  • FLEXIBLE FILM INCLUDED


Wait! There's More!

Get the Kinetoscope at a 20% discount when you buy TODAY

  • You can now view the moving pictures you shoot in a more comfortable environment
  • Feed the film in, look through the eyepiece and be transported to another world
  • *Only for single users


COMING SOON

Sharing is Caring with the Vitascope

  • This breakthrough invention allows you and your friends to watch the same moving picture show at the same time
  • Projects onto a large screen
  • Make the movies a social occasion!


About the Inventor

Thomas Alva Edison

  • From the man who brought you the light bulb, another great hit!
  • COMING SOON: Moving pictures synchronized with sound from Edison's Phonograph
  • Invite Edison into your home through the Kinetograph and accessories*



*Additional purchase of accessories required


Picture Attribution

Kinetograph mit horizontalem Filmlauf This image is available for use in the public domain.

vue du Kinetoscope This image is available for use in the public domain.

"Edison's Greatest Marvel: The Vitascope" This image is available for use in the public domain

Thomas Edison, half-length portrait, facing front This image is available for use in the public Domain