Kamloops footage 1937

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Kamloops footage 1937

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not wanting to be that person but, it would have been a film movie camera in 1937. not a video camera.



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Re: Kamloops footage 1937

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Video is video.

Film video vs Digital video would be more correct.
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the recording, reproducing, or broadcasting of moving visual images


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I remember that pop. I was 18 or 19 then.
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Re: Kamloops footage 1937

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A lot of towns had bottling plants back in the day. Vernon's used to be on Coldstream Avenue until it moved onto 27th Street where Dodge and Home Hardware are today.
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oldtrucker wrote:I remember that pop. I was 18 or 19 then.


You were 18 in 1937? Wow. Props.
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Re: Kamloops footage 1937

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Man, you had to work hard to produce volume. What great footage. I love that stuff. Simpler times. Notice the girls both put the whole end of the bottle in their mouths and that the delivery guy happened to have a bottle opener in his overalls.

That would have been some pretty high falutin automation for the day.
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