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Early Television

60 line lens disk receiver.
Built for Jack Davis, 1978.
Presently in the AWA
Museum, Bloomfield, NY

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Peter Yanczer with a 45 line
Sanabria format camera,
Original Felix the Cat doll on a
turntable and a Visionette 24
line kit receiver.

 

Early Television

48 Line direct view camera
/ and viewing monitor

Early Television

Television, "Visionette"
(1930)

 

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Colour Bar Pattern,
Baird 15 line Serial #2
receiver.

 

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24 line image, from a
35mm slide. First system
built by Peter Yanczer
(1975)

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120 Line camera for the
Mirror Screw Built in 1997
By Peter Yanczer

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Original Baird "Grid Cell"
(1932)

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Original J. L. Baird
"Televisor"(England, 1930)
30 lines, 12. 5 fps

 

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Tekade,German (1934)

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Yanczer, 32 lines, 15 FPS.
14 inch Diameter.
Synchronous motor drive.
(1982)

Early Television

Line photo, self-portrait)
Peter Yanczer (1980)

 

Early Television

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