Man Walking Around A Corner
The last remaining production of Le Prince's 16-lens camera is a frame sequence of a man walking around a corner. It is believed to have been shot with the 16-lens type but this is unsure as it appears as though it has been made with a single glass plate, not an Eastman American film. Pfend Jacques, a French cinema-historian and Le Prince specialist, confirms that those images where shot in Paris, at the corner of Rue Bochard de Saron (where Le Prince was living) and the corner with Avenue Trudaine because Le Prince who was in Leeds at that time, sent the images to his wife in New York City in a letter dated 18 August 1887. It is a part of a gelatine film shot in 32 im/s.
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