- 1880 - American George Eastman begins to commercially manufacture dry plates for photography.
- 1880 - Eadweard Muybridge holds a public demonstration of his Zoopraxiscope, a magic lantern provided with a rotating disc with artist's renderings of Muybridge's chronophotographic sequences. It was used as a demonstration device by Muybridge in his illustrated lecture (the original preserved in the Museum of Kingston upon Thames in England).
- January 1, 1881 - American inventor George Eastman founds the Eastman Dry Plate Company.
- 1882 - American inventor George Eastman begins experimenting with new types of photographic film, with his employee, William Walker
- 1882 - French physiologist Étienne-Jules Marey invents the chronophotographic gun, a camera shaped like a rifle that photographs twelve successive images each second.
- 1885 - American inventors George Eastman and Hannibal Goodwin each invent a sensitized celluloid base roll photographic film to replace the glass plates then in use.
- 1887 - Hannibal Goodwin files for a patent for his photographic film.
- 1888 - George Eastman files for a patent for his photographic film.
- 1888 - Thomas Edison meets with Eadweard Muybridge to discuss adding sound to moving pictures. Edison begins his own experiments.
- 1888 - Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince creates the first motion picture films created on paper rolls of film.
- 1889 - American inventor George Eastman's celluloid base roll photographic film becomes commercially available.
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