National Geographic : 1941 Jun
On your own home screen -gorgeous full-color "stills"-with KODACHROME -at surprisingly low cost... Color "stills"-as brilliantly gay and beauti ful as the one above, when shown on your home screen-are the big thrill today among miniature-camera owners. With a Kodak Bantam f/4.5 or a 35-mm. camera such as the Kodak 35, anyone can make these full-color "stills" with Kodachrome Film. And you'll be surprised at the low cost. With Kodachrome, the initial cost is the whole cost-your finished transparencies, in slides all ready to project, are paid for when you buy your film. Ask your dealer to show you... Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. These Kodaks make full-color KODACHROME "stills" as well as pictures in black-and-white i450 Kodak 35 ff5.6 Compact, smart, convenient-to carry. Precision construction. Kodak 35 f/4.5-$24.50. Kodak 35 f/3.5 -$33.50; with Coupled Range Finder, $47.50. $2250 Kodak Bantam f/4.5 So small it fits the palm of your hand; fast, versatile, easy-to operate. A precision miniature. S For Projection ... Kodaslide Projector Model 1 small, efficient, thoroughly de pendable. Complete with lens, lamp, and 113-ft. cord-$18.50. KODACHROME FILM Eastman's film for gorgeous full-color "stills"