National Geographic : 1961 May
NEW KODAK ZOOM 8 REFLEX CAMERA Now! Push a button to zoom your movies! "Zoom" is the happiest thing that's happened to your movies since color came in! It adds drama to the simplest of scenes. And the camera to do it with is the new Kodak Zoom 8 Reflex Camera. All you do is push a button and-voila!-the lens zooms! This remarkable 8mm camera has a reflex view finder, so you see your subject grow larger-or diminish-right in the viewfinder-exactly as the lens sees it. One moment you're shooting a lass dancing the Highland fling. Next moment zoom-you're close enough to catch the twinkle in her eyes. And you haven't moved a step! The electric eye of the Kodak Zoom 8 Reflex Camera sets the exposure for you automatically. You don't have to think about the "setting." It takes care of itself, whatever the light. You're free to pursue the picture! Both automatic features-zoom and exposure control-can instantly be switched to manual control so you can do the fancy work yourself for special effects, unusual light conditions. You take 15 feet of film at one winding-well over a minute of shooting. Easy loading, too. See it firsthand Put this superb camera through its paces. You'll appreciate the advances and refinements that make the Kodak Zoom 8 Reflex such an extra ordinarily fine movie camera. It's priced at less than $200, or as little as $20 down at most dealers'. See your dealer for exact retail price. Price is subject to change without notice. What you see as you zoom ... you'll see on your screen. Because you actually view through the lens! EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester 4, N. Y.