National Geographic : 1956 Sep
Kodak's finest personal movie camera-now with 3-lens turret Now take the kind of travel movies people usually pay to see! New Cine-Kodak K-100 Turret Camera accommodates Kodak's finest cine lenses ... runs 40 feet of film with one winding! This is the ideal camera for preserving your travels, family activities, and sports events . . . in beautiful 16mm color movies. This is the new K-100-built to accept your choice of any three great Kodak Ektar Lenses. With a click of the turret, you switch from the standard lens to a telephoto or wide-angle. Matching viewfinders instantly and automatically frame your scene. And with its double-length film run, you go on shooting while others stop to wind. Other outstanding features of the K-100: telescopic-type viewfinder adjusts to your vision . . . camera shoots at any speed from 16 to 64 frames per second, plus single frame . .adapts to electric-motor drive, and to hand cranking for fades, dissolves, double or multiple exposures. With superb Ektarf/1.9 or f/1.4 Lens and matching viewfinder, $315 and $415, respec tively. (Single-lens model, from $279 with f/1.9 lens.) Convenient terms at most Kodak dealers'. (Prices subject to change without notice.) Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N.Y.