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Kodak's finest, simplest 8mm. movie maker Cine-Kodak Magazine 8 Camera You can't beat it for superb, low-cost 8mm. color movies-and for downright simplicity. 3-second magazine loading permits changing films any time. No film thread ing. You can load it blindfolded. Set its fast f/1.9 lens at "universal focus" -f ilm all subjects sharply from a few feet to infinity. Or, you can focus down to a mere 2 feet if you wish! Bright, enclosed viewfinder makes ac tion shots surprisingly easy. View of sub ject is always at its brightest. 4 speeds in all, from normal action to real slow motion. Built-in exposure guide "dials" correct exposure, indoors and out. Shooting lever locks while running you can walk into your own movies. Long shots with little winding is another attractive feature of the Magazine 8. The reliable spring motor permits exposures nearly a minute in length. Wide choice of auxiliary lenses. With f/1.9 lens, $149.50 including FederalTax. MostKodakdealers offer convenient terms. Price subject to change without notice Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y.