- Aeroscope was the first successful hand-held operated film camera.
- This made it possible to film with the Aeroscope in difficult circumstances including military purposes.
- "Aeroscope " magazine is the official publication of PATTS College of Aeronautics.
- The Aeroscope was built and patented in England in the period 1909-1911 by Polish inventor Kazimierz Pr髎zyDski.
- However, even by the beginning of World War II, some of the improved Aeroscope cameras were in use by the British combat cameramen.
- Still, there are archival photographs of Aeroscope cameras being pumped by British combat cameramen as late as in 1940, at the beginning of World War II.
- Filming with Aeroscope the cameraman did not have to turn the crank, as in all cameras of that time, so he had both hands on the camera to operate.
- At the beginning of the 20th century, he was active in France and England as an inventor and producer of the Aeroscope ( 1909 ) camera, powered by compressed air.
- "' Kazimierz Pr髎zyDski "'( 4 April 1875 13 March 1945 ), born in Warsaw, Gaumont company, as well as invent the widely used hand-held Aeroscope camera.
- Hundreds of light and relatively compact Aeroscope cameras were used by British Army combat cameramen on the battlefields of World War I and later by newsreel cameramen until the late 1920s, when more modern spring cameras like Eyemo and later Bolex took over.