National Geographic : 1939 Apr
A BREATH-TAKING experi ence- to see your first Koda chrome color movie on the screen. It's not only the beauty, but the extraordinary reality of Koda chrome color movies that makes them so wonderful. There's the world, just as it looks when you step out into it-bathed in light, glowing with rich, radiant color. Every flower has its own tint, every face its individual coloring. Your film catches all the subtle variations of changing light and motion-the very tone of the weather, the way shadows look at a certain hour of the day. If you haven't yet taken mov ies in Kodachrome color-get started now. There's a thrill and a fascination about it unlike any thing else you've ever done. Ask your dealer today to show you some sample movies taken on Kodachrome Film. Only actually seeing them will give you any idea ... Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Kodachrome i1 EASTMAN'S m FULL-COLOR l HOME MOVIE FILM FROM A KODACHROMEORIGINAL Going to the New York Fair? Be sure to take your Cine Kodak. Stop at the Kodak Building, where Eastman ex perts will advise you what to take and how to take it. See the Cavalcade of Color-the Great estPhotographicShowonEarth. Nothing like it has ever been seen before. Don't miss it. All these movie cameras take pictures in Koda chrome as well as black-and-white: Cine Kodak Eight, the "economy movie maker," Model 20, at new low price of $29.50; Model 25, at $42; Model 60, at $67.50 . Cine-Kodak "E," low-priced "sixteen," $39.50. Cine-Kodak "K," most widely used 16 mm. home movie camera, at new low price of $80. Magazine Cine-Kodak, 3-second magazine loading, $117.50.