National Geographic : 1936 May
ng through college on a small allowance afford to make a *.. yet he can mov-ie record for the years to co HE is making the most of every college day . . . and doing it on a pretty small allowance, too. There's a future for men like this. Still-he can afford to make a movie record.., packed with the scenes and action of his alma mater . . . preserved for the years to come. For a new camera and film have made movies so inexpensive. Cine-Kodak Eight has taken movies out of the "luxury class." It was designed for all those people who wanted to make movies-but thought they were too expensive. With this new camera, movies cost but a few cents a scene. Let your dealer show you the Eight-today . . . Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cine-Kodak Eight . . home movies at less than 10€ a "shot" * Home movies at a fraction of their former cost. A twenty-five foot roll of Cine-Kodak Eight Film runs as long on the screen as 100 feet of amateur stand ard home movie film. The Eight makes 20 to 30 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. A.