National Geographic : 1936 Aug
Retired on a modest income .. yet he can afford to take up home movies as a hobby * A new type of camera and film makes inexpensive home movies possible. 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. Cine-Kodak Eight is small, sturdy-costs but $34.50. As easy to use as a Brownie. HE HAS EARNED the rewards of an active life. Now, at last, he has "time"... time to live and enjoy life. But his income doesn't allow for luxuries. Yet even his reduced budget doesn't interfere with his favor ite new recreation. He can pass the hours making home movies ... showing them-thanks to the economy of a new camera and film. Cine-Kodak Eight was designed to make economical home movies available to everyone. With the Eight, and its special film, movies are no longer expensive. Discover the Eight-and you have found the secret of those inexpensive movies that your friends have been making. See a Cine-Kodak Eight at your dealer's today. Now gorgeous full-color Kodachrome for Cine-Kodak Eight Just load your Eight with Kodachrome, and "shoot." Color 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 ... home movies at less than 100 a "shot"