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The Aeroscope was known for its simplicity and reliability.
The Aeroscope was a compressed air camera designed by Prószyński, one that proved reliable and popular.
As several of the cameramen died filming from the firing lines Aeroscope got a name of camera of death.
Prószyński later constructed the first hand held camera called an Aeroscope, the first compressed air camera, that could be hand-held.
Filming with Aeroscope the cameraman did not have to turn the crank, as in all cameras of that time, so he had both hands on the camera to operate.
(Prószyński was also a pioneering camera inventor, developing a model called a pleograph in 1894, and a handheld effort called an aeroscope in 1909.)
However, even by the beginning of World War II, some of the improved Aeroscope cameras were in use by the British combat cameramen.
Patented in England in 1910 by the Polish inventor Kazimierz Prószyński, Aeroscope was the first successful hand-held operated film camera.
This made it possible to film with the Aeroscope hand-held in most difficult circumstances, as well as made possible to film from the airplanes, also for the military purposes.
At the beginning of the 20th century, he was active in France and England as an inventor and producer of the Aeroscope (1909) camera, powered by compressed air.
Still, there are archival photographs of Aeroscope cameras being pumped by British combat cameramen as late as in 1940, at the beginning of World War II.
The Looff's also erected the Blue Streak Racer wooden roller coaster on their new pleasure pier, along with The Whip and the Aeroscope thrill ride.
PATTS graduates are also required to undergo on-the-job training with aviation companies such as Philippine Airlines, Air Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Aeroscope Development Corporation and the Philippine Air Force.
He patented his first film camera, called Pleograph (in Polish spelling: Pleograf), before the Lumière brothers, and later went on to improve the cinema projector for the Gaumont company, as well as invent the widely used hand-held Aeroscope camera.
Hundreds of light and relatively compact Aeroscope cameras were used by the British War Office for the combat cameramen on the battlefields of World War I, and later by all newsreel cameramen all over world, until the late 1920s.