First Video Camera Invented?


The first video cameras were produced in the 1920. The first machine patented in the United States, which showed movies, was the wheel of life. It was patented in 1867 by William Lincoln.
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Ray Dolby, Charles Ginsberg, and Charles Anderson invented the video camera that was the first machine to record both image and sound on April 14th 1956.
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