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  1. History of Video Production Krystin Vickers

  2. Fact 1: 1826 The first known fixed, permanent photography was taken by Nicéphore Niépce. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  3. Fact 2: 1835 William Fox Talbot creates his own photography process. A few years later he invents the positive/negative process used in modern photography.http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  4. Fact 3: 1861 The first-ever color photograph is shown by James Clerk Maxwell. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  5. Fact 4: 1884 George Eastman invents flexible photographic film. http://www.high-techproductions.com/historyoftelevision.htm

  6. Fact 5: 1887 ThomasEdison patents motion picture camera. http://www.high-techproductions.com/historyoftelevision.htm

  7. Fact 6: 1888 Edisonattemptstorecordpicturephotos onto a wax cylinder. http://www.high-techproductions.com/historyoftelevision.htm

  8. Fact 7: 1888 George Eastman patents Kodak roll-film camera. http://photodoto.com/camera-history-timeline/

  9. Fact 8: 1895 Firstpublicdemonstration of motion pictures displayed in France. http://www.high-techproductions.com/historyoftelevision.htm

  10. Fact 9: 1900 The Raisecamera (travelcamera) was invented. Extreme light weight & small dimensions when its folded made this photo camera the most desirable thing for landscape photographers. http://photodoto.com/camera-history-timeline/

  11. Fact 10: 1901 120mm film is introduced by Kodak. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  12. Fact 11: 1913/1914 The first 35mm still camera developed by Oskar Barnack of German Leica Camera. Later it became the standard for all still cameras. http://photodoto.com/camera-history-timeline/

  13. Fact 12: 1923 Patentfortheiconoscope, the forerunner of the picture tube. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  14. Fact 13: 1932 For the first time, amateur 8mm movie film, cameras and projectors are available. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html

  15. Fact 14: 1948 Edwin Land invented the Polaroid camera which it could take a picture and print it in about one minute. http://photodoto.com/camera-history-timeline/

  16. Fact 15: 1956 Thefirst video tape recorder was the Ampex VRX-1000. http://www.ehow.com/facts_6038159_history-video-production-equipment.html

  17. Fact 16: 1972 The first television camera employed early versions of the cathode ray tubeinvented in 1897. http://www.ehow.com/facts_6038159_history-video-production-equipment.html

  18. Fact 17: 1975 The first commercially available video cassette recorder was the Sony Betamax. http://www.ehow.com/facts_6038159_history-video-production-equipment.html

  19. Fact 18: 1978 Konica introduces the first point-and-shoot, autofocus camera Konica C35 AF. It was named “Jasupin.” http://photodoto.com/camera-history-timeline/

  20. Fact 19: 1981 The still video or digital camera was demonstrated. http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blvideo.htm

  21. Fact 20: 1984 Canon releases the first digital camera – the first ever electronic still camera. http://www.leavealegacytoday.com/the-history-of-photography-and-videography.html