National Geographic : 1936 Mar
His life work is teaching at a modest salary ... yet home m he now can afford Movies as his hobby HIS life is a full one-in every sense. Yet the luxuries of life have little or no place in his budget. He can, however, afford a fascinating hobby--home movies. He keeps a living movie record of his children, trips, activities ... at the cost of a few cents a scene, due entirely to the development of a new camera and film. Cine-Kodak Eight was de signed to make economical home movies available to everyone. With the Eight, and its special film, movies are no longer expensive .. . they are within reach of your budget. Discover the Eight-and you've found the secret of 3.! a those inexpensive movies that 1 your friends have been mak- A ing. See a Cind-Kodak Eight at your dealer's today . . . Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. * A new type of camera and film makes inexpen sive home movies possible. A twenty-five foot roll of Cine-Kodak Eight Film runs as long on the screen as 100 feet of amateur standardhome movie film. The Eight makes 20 to 30 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. Itisaseasytouseasa Brownie. Cin-Kodak Eight .. home movies at less than 10 a "shot"