National Geographic : 1957 Mar
New Kodak Signet 40 Camera brings home color slides that used to be hard to get! So smart, so simple, so sure, the new Kodak Signet 40 Camera helps you take magnificent color slides with remarkable ease. It sets and focuses effortlessly. It advances the film quick as a wink. It even offers your choice of flash reflectors. So you're almost sure to get the picture you want every time. The Signet 40 looks and feels as if it were designed to your specifica tions. It's compact, clean-lined- the kind of camera you'll be proud to own. And it's made by Kodak so you know it's good. Your Kodak dealer has the out- standing new Signet 40 for $69 ... including flasholder and two reflec tors. Why not stop in and see it first chance you get? Ask about small down payment and convenient terms. List price-in cludes Federal Tax and is sub- 69 ject to change without notice- Rapid-action thumb lever Bring together the two images Sharp, fastf/3.5 lens and 1/400 advances film, stops automat- in the rangefinder-viewfinder shutter stop sports action. ically. Fast, easy loading, window-you're in focus! Average exposure settings are Double-exposure prevention. Shoot as close up as 2 feet away. "color-marked." Three- and four-inch reflectors get maximum brilliance out of both sizes of midget flashbulbs. EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY... Rochester 4, N. Y.