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Probably no development in cinecamera practice recently has provoked as much discussion as the new multiplane camera with which Walt Disney's organization was able to overcome the handicaps of cartoon picture production satisfactorily for the first full-length cartoon feature, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The new technique for animation production with this camera combines precise mathematical control with much greater elasticity of action and photographic effects. Many tricky obstacles were surmounted by the Disney organization in devising a workable camera to fit the specifications they had set for themselves.

The following description of the Disney camera is technical enough to satisfy the demand of experts for information about this new technique, while still readily understandable by those with only average information on the photographic processes. […]

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