E.P. Prestwich, possibly a brother or son of J.A.,
shot one of the most famous and important early films. The Diamond Jubilee
procession of Queen Victoria in 1897. It is the first time a camera is
panned to follow action. I believe he shot this film for Robert Paul, a very
early film exhibitor.
John Alfred Prestwich is
actually best know for his engineering work outside the cinema as he was the
designer of the "JAP" motorcycle. "JAP" taken from his initials.