National Geographic : 1929 Aug
All the World's a Movie Set when you take along THE NEFILMO 70D ... and the skill of an expert Hollywood cameraman is put in your hands by this master of all personal movie cameras-the new Filmo 70 D. Close-ups, long shots, s-l -o-w motion,fasteraction... movies of your travels such as were never known before are at your finger tips with the seven speeds, three-lens turret, and variable view finder of this amazing new star in personal moviedom. A toy? Far from it. An amateur camera? Only in its utter sim plicity. Filmo 70 D is a small model of its $5,000 brothers in the professional field. Yet it costs but $245 and up in its May fair carrying case of English saddle leather, equipped with SESAMEE lock. Ask your Filmo dealer to demonstrate Filmo 70 D or write us for literature and the illustrated movie booklet, "What you see, you get." BELL & HOWELL Co., Dept. H, 1817 Larchmont Ave., Chicago, Ill. New York, Hollywood, London (B. & H. Co. Ltd.) Established1907 BELL & HOWELL 7 EEmo WHAT YOU SEE,YOU GET Filmo 70 A, the originalpersonal movie camera, surpassed only by Filmo 70 D, $180 and up with carryingcase. Filmo 75, pocket size and aristo cratic,$120 and up with carrying case. All Filmos take either a 50 or100foot roll of film. For black and white pictures, Filmo Cameras use Eastman Safety Film (16mm.) in the yel low box-both regular and panchromatic- obtainable at practically all dealers handling cameras and supplies. Filmo Cameras and Filmo Projectors are adaptable, under license from Eastman Kodak Com pany, for use of Eastman Koda color film for home movies in full color. Cost of film covers developing and return postpaid, within the country where proc essed, ready to show at home or anywhere with Filmo Projector.