National Geographic : 1948 Aug
... with a Cine-Kodak camera Slip in a film magazine (no threading), aim, and press the button ... you and your CINE-KODAK MAGAZINE 16 CAMERA are making movies ... marvelous movies from the first. And they're good sized, too ... suitable for shows in clubrooms and auditoriums as well as in your home. MAGAZINE 16, with Lumen ized f/1.9 lens, exposure ,guide that "dials" the lens setting, choice of speeds, is priced at $150, plus tax. See it, together with the Magazine 8 (below), at your Kodak dealer's. And ask for the free booklet, "Home Movies the Cine-Kodak Way." EASTMAN KODAK CO., ROCHESTER 4, N. Y. "Kodak" is a trade-mark The Supply Situation Though Kodak is making more cameras, projectors, and film than ever before, the demand is greater, too. Keep in touch with your Kodak dealer. (Prices subject to change without notice.) Cine-Kodak Magazine 8 Camera, f/1.9, 8mm. counterpart of the Maga zine 16...loadsin3 seconds with economical 8mm. film. $125, plus tax. Cine-Kodak Film starts as low as $2.50 per roll, including processing! Tax extra. Kodascope Sixteen-20, the projector with push-button operating ease. With f/1.6 lens, 750-watt lamp, and carrying case, $245.