National Geographic : 1921 May
The No. 2C Autographic KODAK, Junior fiss, equipped wiltc Kodak Anastigmat i f.7.7 lens and Kodak Ball Bearing shutter $25 .00 This Camerafits into a niche, all its own. The size aiof the picture it makes, 2n x 4 inches, is particularly pleasing; is almost up to the full post card sizeand yet the camera itself is small, light, convenient. TheKodak Anastigmat lenses ae made to exactly fit Kodak requirements. They are not merely an adaptation of a lens to the Kodak. They are a Kodak product designed to fit Kodaks, and in each case designed with particular reference to the size and type of Kodak and Kodak shutter that they are to be used with. The f.7 .7 lens used on the 2C Kodak has more speed than the best of the rectilinear lenses and is at least equal to the best anastig mats in depth, sharpness and flatness of field. The Kodak Ball Bearing shutter has speeds of , and of a second for "snap shots", has the usual time and "bulb" actions for prolonged exposures. It is an unusually reliable shutter, works smoothly and is quiet in its action. The No. 2C Junior is covered with genuine grain leather, is finely finished in every detail, is extremely simple in operation, is "autographic", of course and, with the Kodak Anastigmat lens, produces negatives having that crispness and sharpness that are character istic of the true anastigmat. The price, $25.00, includes the excise war tax. All Dealers' EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, ROCHESTER, N Y., The Kodak City "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"