National Geographic : 1955 Jul
Save all your vacation thrills in big-screen movies Cine-Kodak Royal Magazine Camera 16mm Kodak's finest personal movie camera combines Ektar-Lens quality and automatic loading You save all the excitement . . . all the color of your vacation highlights-just as you live them-when you take along this superb Kodak movie maker. And when you show your Royal-made movies with a Royal Projector, they'll have the over-all definition and color purity you want-even projected up to 10 feet wide! The Cine-Kodak Royal 16mm Camera combines top picture excellence and top convenience. Its superb f/1.9 Ektar Lens (Kodak's finest) practically guarantees superior pictures. The Royal loads in just 3 seconds. No threading, simply slip in the factory-loaded film magazine. Change film any time you wish-from outdoor to indoor for instance-even in broad daylight. The Royal offers 3 operating speeds including real slow motion. Also single frame. Focuses down to a mere 12 inches for extreme close-ups . . . accepts 6 auxiliary Ektar Lenses (wide-angle or telephotos). Adjustable finder shows fields of all six. The Royal is realistically priced at $169.50 For lower film costs Cine-Kodak Magazine 8 Camera uses economical 8 mm film, yet gives movies plenty big enough for living-room shows (up to 4 or 5 feet wide). It, too, has the convenience of 3-second magazine loading, close-up focusing. Also accepts auxiliary wide-angle and tele photo lenses. $149.50. Other fine Kodak movie cameras as low as $37.50! Pricesinclude Federal Tax and are subject to change without notice. Most Kodak dealers offer convenient terms. Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y.