National Geographic : 1921 Oct
0j) Achievement. The making of fine lenses is no longer a mysterious art locked in the minds of old world craftsmen. Through its staff of optical mathematicians, through i ts Research Laboratory and by means of testing apparatus of the utmost exactitude, the Kodak company has again proved that we here in America can equal the world in the scientific production of instru ments of precision. The production of the Kodak Anastigmat lens is a distinct achievement -not merely in the fact that it is at least the equal of the finest anastigmats made anywhere in the whole world, but in the further fact that through the use of scientific, specialized machinery of the utmost accuracy it is made and sold at a price which is bring ing the anastigmat advantages to hundreds of thousands of amateurs who have not hitherto felt that they could afford a lens of the finest quality. Send for the free booklet "About Lenses". It contains interesting information that you ought to have. Th O K T0K Eastman Kodak Company AN G ATS Rochester, N. Y. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"