National Geographic : 1938 Feb
OWtheye o ravel budgets ... A movie shot costs less than a dime NOWADAYS you don't have to say "Good-by" to jolly shipmates, to interesting ships and ports-not with movie making so inexpensive. Cine-Kodak Eight, the"econ omy movie maker," gives you movies that remember, at less than a dime a shot. A "shot" runs as long on your own home screen as the aver age scene in the newsreels, and Cine-Kodak Eight makes 20 to 30 such shots on a roll of film costing only $2.25, black-and- -with CINE-KODAK EIGHT white, finished, ready to show. FULL-COLOR MOVIES are simple to make as black-and white, and cost just a few cents more a scene-simply load the Eight with Kodachrome Film. TO SHOW YOUR PICTURES at their best, use Kodascope, the Eastman projector. Cine-Kodaks, Koda scopes and Cine-Kodak Film are all Eastman-made, designed to work together, and backed by world-wide Eastman service. See the Eight and the movies it makes at your dealer's... Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y . CINE-KODAK EIGHT Only $34.50-makes marvelous movies at everybody's price "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."