National Geographic : 1912 Oct
As small as your note book and tells the story better. The Vest Pocket KODAK A miniature Kodak, so capable that it will convince the experienced amateur, so simple that it will appeal to the novice. So flat and smooth and small that it will go readily into a vest pocket, yes, and dainty enough for milady's hand bag. And the Vest Pocket Kodak is efficient. It is small, almost tiny, but the carefully selected meniscus achromatic lens insures good work ; the Kodak Ball Bearing shutter with iris diaphragm stops and Auto-time Scale give it a scope and range not found except in the highest grade cam eras. Loads in daylight with Kodak film cartridges for eight exposures. Having a fixed focus it is always ready for quick work. Has reversible brilliant finder. Made of metal with lustrous black finish. Right in every detail of design and construction. Pictures, IN x 2 inches. Price $6.00. An important feature is that the quality of the work is so fine, the definition of the lens so perfect that enlargements may be easily made to any reasonable size, and at small cost-to post card size (34 x 5Y) for instance, at 15 cents. EASTMAN KODAK CO., ROCHESTER, N. Y., The Kodak City, "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."