National Geographic : 1937 Dec
Movies of IT'S CHRISTMAS MORNING, and the family has its movie camera at last. Now the holiday season, and all your trips and vacations, will be made happier than ever. You can hardly wait to watch the family thrill to the first sight of themselves on the screen. You're happy that now you can make home movies of the children that will keep them always just as they are today. Cine-Kodak Eight, a specially designed camera, has brought the delights of movie making comfortably within your reach. A Don't you It's wonderful worry, Mother.. its a Cind -but can Kodak Eight we afford - 25-foot roll of film for Cin-Kodak Eight runs as long on the screen as 100 feet of amateur standard home movie film-gives you 20 to 30 movie scenes of newsreel length - yet it costs you only $2.25, black-and white, finished, ready to show. And for a few cents more a scene, gor geous full-color Kodachrome movies. Simple to make as black-and-white; no extra equip ment needed; the color is in the film. See the Eight, and the movies it makes, at your deal er's... Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y. CIN K DAK EIG T Costs only $34.50-Makes marvelous CINE-KODA K EIGHT movies at everybody's price "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."