National Geographic : 1936 Oct
"Recreation" is the smallest item on her budget btshecab a ordan s asb aigh bbyhorne by g I) AYDOWNattheendof SV her budget comes "Recre ation"-and only the dollars not needed elsewhere ever get listed there. But don't get the idea that she never has fun. Fact is, she can afford a most fascinating hobby-home movies. Cine . lKodak Eight makes it possible. Cini-Kodak Eight was de Ssigned for a single purpose... to bring home movies to people of limited incomes. It's the camera you've hoped for ... Now excit ing human action records cost only a few cents each. See the Eight, and the fine pic tures it makes, at your dealer's today. Now gorgeous full-color Kodachromefor Cind-Kodak Eight Just load your Eight with Koda chrome, and "shoot." Color mov ies are as easy to make as black and-white. No extra equipment is needed for all ordinary shots. The color is in the film ... Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. * A new type of camera and film makes inexpensive home movies possible. A twenty-five foot roll of CinB-Kodak Eight Film runs as long on the screen as 100 feet of amateur standard home movie film. The Eight makes 20 to 30 black-and-white movie "shots" -each as long as the average scene in the newsreels-on a roll of film costing $2.25, finished, ready to show. Cine-Kodak Eight is small, sturdy-costs but $34.50. As easy to use as a Brownie. Cine-Kodak Eight home movies at less than 100 a "shot"