National Geographic : 1947 Dec
I/fore taw ever Amnerica ZrTuu^m. . e Last Christmas ... this Christmas ... the great days of years past and years to come-these are things folks want to put into movies. One of their favorite evenings to screen the color and action of yesteryears is Christmas Eve ... their favorite of all days for taking priceless family scenes is Christmas Day. Fortunately, more and more fine Cini-Kodak cameras and Kodascope projectors are becoming available. Talk it over with your Kodak dealer ... soon! Cin-Kdak "Eight25" CameraA Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y. Cine-Kodak "Eight-25" Camera--A remarkable little camera with "fast" f/2.7 coated lens, fixed focus; built-in exposure guide. Makes a whole week- KodascopeSixteen-20 end of movies for less than $2.50, A super-brilliant, de luxe including finishing. Only $55, plus tax. projector for ideal screen SMagashowings in home or club. , Push-button controls; S reverse and "still" projec tion; Cordomatic connect ing co rd . $245 , c o mplete L s with case. "Magazine" Cine-Kodak-"Eight" or Ka sco ig-- Rgef tm "Sixteen," with focusing f/1.9 coated lens for average home shows. Only $78, interchangeable with telephotos; unique complete with lens and lamp. view finder; "slow-motion" control; built-in complete with lens ad exposure guide. The "Eight," $125; the "Sixteen," $150-tax extra.