National Geographic : 1937 Jul
.. V From New York January 8, 1938 Let the famous Empress show you the world in the grand manner . . . 108 places...57daysinport..and a royal welcome everywhere. Fares as low as $2300 ($18 per day) including exceptional shore programme. See YOUR OWN TRAVEL AGENT or any Canadian Pacific office in the United States and Canada. _ IKodak VOLLENDA $4450 Champion-Inte rnatinal ARMED with a Kodak Vollenda, you'll find Cop it an easy step from conventional "snap shooting" to all-round "miniature" work Manufacturers o the paper used in spur-of-the-moment "off-guard" pictures, sport scenes alive with action, rainy-day pic THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE tures, snapshots under Photofloods indoors and oher high-grade coated paper after dark. The hard shots come easy to Kodak Vollenda; it has a fast anastigmat f.3.5 lens, Office-Milt LAWRENCE, MASS. a 1/500-second shutter. Negatives are sharp, and capable of extreme enlargement-espe cially when Kodak Panatomic Film is used. See Kodak Vollenda at your dealer's; you'll marvel that so fine a "miniature" can be sold for only $44.50 ... Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Details: Anastigmat f.3.5 lens e Compur-Rapid shutter, with 9 speeds (I to 1/500 second) * Action front e Revolving lens mount; focuses from 31/2 feet to infinity * Optical eye-level finder * Depth-of focus scale e 16 pictures, 13/16 x 19/16 inches, on a roll of "vest pocket" film. THE Only Eastman makes the Kodak "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."