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Answer for the clue "Instrument for producing film ", 13 letters:
cinematograph

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The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cinematograph \Cin`e*mat"o*graph\, n. [Gr. ?, ?, motion + -graph.] an older name for a movie projector , a machine, combining magic lantern and kinetoscope features, for projecting on a screen a series of pictures, moved rapidly (25 to 50 frames per second)...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (context historical English) A camera that could develop its own film and served as its own projector. vb. (context rare English) To employ the techniques of cinematography

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A cinematograph is a motion picture film camera , which also serves as a film projector and printer. It was invented in the 1890s.

Usage examples of cinematograph.

Chemping had invited her youngest nephew to accompany her on the first day of the shopping expedition, throwing in the additional allurement of a cinematograph theatre and the prospect of light refreshment.

Close to an excellent golf-course, and surrounded by various beauty spots, with a thoroughly revised water-supply, a newlypainted pier and three rival Cinematograph Picture Palaces, Beachfield has long been known as a rising plage of exceptional attractions, the quaint charm of its.

I know nothing about the making of cinematographs, but, as I understand, you take the pictures, from beginning to the end of the scenario, in series, then choose the best ones to use after you have developed them?

The Chinee and the strange white man moved in a kind of flicker, unreal as the figures in a cinematograph.

Chemping had invited her youngest nephew to accompany her on the first day of the shopping expedition, throwing in the additional allurement of a cinematograph theatre and the prospect of light refreshment.

A millionaire with a private cinematograph, all the necessary props and a troupe of intelligent actors could, if he wished, make practically all of his inner life known.

His eyes were starting to ache a little with the strain of keeping themselves glued watchfully to the cinematograph screen ahead.

The garage lights had gone out again, and the road was starting to wind out of the cinematograph screen again.

He was looking at a flickering cinematograph film of a boy shooting a masked burglar.

But in not twenty years these live entertainments will begin to atrophy because of the cinematograph, and then they will fade still more because of Mr.