National Geographic : 1914 Sep
The Autographic Kodaks You can now date and title your negatives, permanently, and almost instantly at the time you make them. T OUCH a spring and a little door opens in the back of the Kodak; write with pencil or stylus on the red paper of the Autographic Film Cartridge; expose from 2 to 5 seconds; close door. When your negatives are developed a permanent photographic reproduction of the writing will appear on the intersections between the negatives. When the prints are made you can have this writing appear upon them or not, just as you choose. By turning the winding key slightly and advancing the paper the width of the slot you can have the writing appear on the picture itself if you wish. Any picture that is worth taking is worth a title and date. The places of interest you visit, the autographs of friends you photograph, interesting facts about the children, their age at the time the picture was made-all these things add to the value of a picture. Architects, Engineers and Contractors who make photographic records of their work can add greatly to the value of such records by adding notes and dates permanently on the negative. The careful amateur photographer can improve the quality of his work by noting, by means of the Autographic Kodak, the light con ditions, stop and exposure for every negative. The greatest Photographic advance in twenty years. No. 3A Autographic Kodak, pictures 31 x 5% in., . $22.50 EASTMAN KODAK CO., At all Kodak Dealer's. ROCHESTER, N. Y., The Kodak City. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."