National Geographic : 1918 Jun
The graflex A reflecting camera that lets your eye see what the lens sees, before exposure, and right side up. You watch the ground - glass screen, adjust focus till the image of your picture grows clear and sharp- then snap it. See the picture before you snap it SIMPLICITY, speed, absolute control of focus and com position - the satisfaction that follows increased certainty- this is the Graflex story. Auto matic exposures from a tenth to a thousandth of a second; successful snapshots in failing light, where slow exposures with other cameras would result in failure; fully-timed negatives, in good light, of two-mile-a-minute motion that other cameras could never get. Ask for interesting booklet "Why I Use a Graflex"- free from your dealer or from us. FOLMER C, SCHWING DEPARTMENT Eastman Kodak Company Rochester New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."