|Albert Londe apparatus with 12 lenses|
image by André Gunthert (Image rights)
Albert Londe (1858-1917) was an influential French medical photographer and pioneer of photography of movement. He worked in Paris at the Salpêtrière Hospital. In 1882 he designed a camera with 9 lenses which had electro-magnetically triggered shutters. In 1891 he constructed a similar 12-lens camera.