National Geographic : 1922 Mar
0 Aiming at a Common Bull's-eye Starting from the rough glass, the Kodak Anastigmat is Eastman made. The organization that makes the camera also makes the lens. Ob viously, then, the lens expert does not have the generality "camera" in mind but rather a specific model of known capabilities in a specific size and with a specific shutter. The camera builder and the lens maker are aiming-not at a common tar get-but at a common bull's-eye. As a result, on the camera to which it is fitted, any Kodak Anastigmat at its indicated speed is at least the equal in depth, sharpness and flatness of field of any anastigmat made, regardless of price. The better you understand your lens, the better will be your pictures. You will find our little booklet "About Lenses" inter esting-and worth while. It's free-and we should be glad to mail you a copy. SThe0 K Eastman Kodak Company ANA G ATS Rochester, N. Y. .77ntLfldA.5 "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"