National Geographic : 1928 Jan
B LL ngO #STERE# MOTION PICTURES record your travels exactly as you live them THE great ocean liners are ready for their new year trips to foreign lands. Hundreds of Filmo Cameras will be aboard them. For experienced travelers have found that only motionpictures you take yourself with Filmo can do justice to the many strange and beautiful sights you will discover. Filmo operates with greater ease than an ordinary still camera. No cranking, no focusing for distance, no turn ing film to next exposure. Simply look through the spy glass viewfinder, press the button and you're taking movies. Adaptability is provided to take movies indoors, out of doors, in late afternoon or on dark and rainy days. You need never miss a picture with a Filmo. Filmo cameras use Eastman Safety Film (16 mm.) in the yellow box, obtainable at practically all stores han dling cameras and supplies. First cost covers developing and return postpaid to you. Then for a lifetime you can see your trip in movies, on a wall or screen in your own home, or anywhere. The easily operated Filmo Projector, also made by "the movie people," shows them for you. See a Filmo dealer now, or write us for the descriptive booklet illustrated here. Bell & Howell Co., 1817 Larchmont Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. New York, Hollywood, London (B. & H. Co., Ltd.) Established 1907. With Filmo Camera "What you see, you get" New Booklet brings complete information. Write for it! For those who prefer to use 35 mm. film and commercialize their movies there is the Bell & Howell EYEMO Camera, hand held, automatic, similar to Filmo in design and use.