National Geographic : 1936 Sep
Luxuries have no place in this college girl's budget T HERE are so many neces sities that claim college money... she has to plan care fully to make her allowance last out the month. But she can afford a hobby that is great fun now, a lasting thrill for the years to come home movies. They're so inex pensive now, thanks to a new type camera and film. Cine-Kodak Eight lets peo ple with modest incomes in on the fascinating sport of home movies. Now-exciting action records cost but a few cents a scene. And they're as easy to make as snapshots. See the Eight and the pic tures it makes, at your dealer's today. It's the camera you've been waiting for. Gorgeous full-color Kodachrome for Cin6-Kodak Eight Just load your Eight with Kodachrome, and "shoot." Col or movies 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 Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cine-Kodak Eight * A new type camera ... a special film ... make home movies possible at the lowest cost ever. A twenty-five foot roll of Cine-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 news reels-on a roll of film costing $2.25, finished, ready to show. Cin6-Kodak Eight is small, sturdy and thoroughly reliable-costs but $34.50. * . home movies at less than 100 a "shot"