National Geographic : 1955 Apr
Kodak presents a superb new personal movie maker ... the Cine-Kodak K-100 Camera If you want beautiful 16mm. color movies with unusual corner-to-corner definition and over-all color purity, this is your camera. Glance over this partial list of features, if you will. See if there are any you'd willingly be without ... Loads easily and quickly-takes 100-foot rolls, single- or double-perforated, color or black-and-white. Longer shooting-up to 40 feet of film without rewinding! Your choice of 5 speeds from 16 (standard) to 64 (slow motion) frames per second. Unique spring motor dial tells how many feet can be run without rewinding. Standard film-footage indicator, too. Your choice of lenses-the K-100 comes with ultra-fast 25mm. Ektar II f/1.9 or f/1.4 (Kodak's finest) -or you can sub stitute any of a complete series of Ektars, each with its matching optical finder, from 15mm. wide-angle to 6-times telephoto. 3-way exposure lever-"half-down" for steady shooting; "full-down" for self movies; "up" for single-frame shots. Special effects-spring-motor drive .. . hand crank ... back winding ... electric motor shaft . . . permit a wide variety of exposure effects. Yet no camera is easier to use than the basic K-100. Learn more about the K-100 from your Kodak dealer, or by writing us for free booklet C3-101. Cine-Kodak K-100 Cam era with f/1.9 Ektar II Lens, $269., with f/1.4 Ektar, $369. And well worth it. Pricesinclude Federal Tax and are subject to change without notice And most Kodak dealers offer convenient terms Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N.Y.