National Geographic : 1919 Jul
GRAFLEX For that difficult picture-a Graflex On the speedway, at the athletic field, in the midst of swiftly moving traffic-a Graflex will get the picture in a thousandth of a second. On the dull cloudy days, when you can take only time exposures with other cameras, you can make a slow, hand-held snapshot with a Graflex. In the shade of a tree, on the porch, even in a well lighted room in-doors, you can catch those fleeting pictures of the children at play-the unconscious, unposed pictures of happy childhood with a Graflex. The Graflex Focal Plane Shutter, the Graflex lenses, the Graflex mirror, that shows the picture right side up at the very instant of exposure- it is this combination that makes these "impossible" pictures, possible. The Graflex uses Kodak film cartridges, glass plates or film packs, as you choose. SCatalogue free at your dealer's or by mail. FOLMER & SCHWING DEPARTMENT EASTMAN KODAK CO. ROCHESTER N.Y. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"