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Kodak Cine Automatic Turret Camera, f/1.9, for regular, wide angle, telephoto shots. $124.50. Single-lens model, $92.50. The big ones never get away... caught with the new Kodak Cine Automatic Camera NEW MOVIE CAMERAS SET THEMSELVES AUTOMATICALLY! Now, the very first time you take movies, you can be sure they will be clear and correctly exposed ! Even if light conditions change while you're shooting, you'll get every detail clearly with the new 8mm Kodak Cine Automatic Camera. Kodak's built-in electric eye adjusts and re adjusts the lens opening for correct exposure-automatically.Built-in fil ter lets you use indoor Kodachrome Film outdoors. Telescopic view finder adjusts to your own eyes, warns when there is too little light, and shows when filter is in position. NEW MOVIE PROJECTORS THREAD THEMSELVES AUTOMATICALLY! Here's the only movie projector that threads itself all the way-right on to the take-up reel: the automatic Kodak Cine Showtime Projector. Newly developed high-lumen lamp gives greatest 8mm screen brilliance in Kodak history. Has 400-foot reel capacity for full half-hour shows. Controls for forward, still, reverse, and rewind are all on a single illumi nated panel. Storage for two 400 foot reels. Permanently lubricated. $137.50. De luxe model with vari able speed control, AC-DC opera tion, and built-in splicer, $167.50. (Prices are list, include Federal Tax, and are subject to change without notice) EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester 4, N.Y. Automatic Kodak Cine Showtime Projector, $137.50.