National Geographic : 1911 Aug
The d1Special Folding Pocket KODAK Here is quality and effi ciency in small compass-and such simplicity that can make good pictur anyone es from the very start. Fitted with our quiet ball bearing shutter with a range of exposure from lo of a second to "time", and a superior Rapid Rectilinear lens; has every adjustment that is desir- able in a hand camera. Loads in daylight with Kodak film cartridges for six or twelve exposures. Made of aluminum and covered with fine seal grain leather. A dependable camera of quality EASTMAN KODAK CO., ROCHES'IER, N. Y., The Kodak City. "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers." Pictures, 2% x 4% inches. Price, $15.°° Kodak cataloguefree at the dealers or by mail.