National Geographic : 1920 May
GRAFLEX It's life and action in pictures that make them attractive The graceful dive of the expert swimmer; the pole vaulter clearing the bar by an inch; the racing motor skidding in a cloud of dust, around the curve; the hawk rising from the ground with its prey; the elusive expres sions and natural, easy poses of the youngsters caught unprepared-pictures in unlimited variety that are differ ent-that hold the interest because they tell a story. You can get them easily with a Graflex, where other cameras would fail. And the pictures are just as you want them because you see in the camera, a full picture size reflection of the subject. Eastman Kodak Company Folmer & Schwing Department Rochester, N. Y. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"