National Geographic : 1953 Jun
"You bring back more of your vacation... d when you make not only snapshots but full-color movies, too" Travel Editor, The Saturday Review, photographer,author of the famous Footloose books . . . "Footloose in France" ... "in Italy" . . ."in Canada" ... "in Switzerland" I've seen travelers forget their passports, their luggage, even the name of their destination, but never their cameras. It's more than likely you'll take snapshots on your trip... some in color. And if you own a 35mm. camera you'll be bringing back some handsome color slides. "But to bring home a collection of pictures that will capture your trip with all the action and color ... you really should take along a movie camera, too. "From the moment you leave your front door, you'll be on the move. You'll see new people, new places, the unpredictable. Will you remember it all? The pageantry of the old world . . . the mountain with the mists gathering round its head ... the sunburnt hands that strummed the guitar... the people, the color, the action? "No-you simply can't do full justice to your travels with a 'still' camera alone. The world around you just won't stand still! If you want to make the next trip the best trip, make movies!" So movies are wonderful. But aren't they hardto make... and expensive, too? Not a bit of it! Movies are simple as snapshots. There's an exposure guide on every Kodak movie camera. Some models don't even have to be focused. The others, if you like, can be set to work at any distance. A fast lens does a perfect job un der varying light conditions. It has a sunshade, too, so you can follow action almost right into the sun. As a matter of fact-you can learn all you need to know about movies just from the instruction book .. . get grand ones from the start! It's easy, then, to make good movies. But what about the cost? Well--the Brownie Movie Camera sells at $39.75. It uses economical 8mm. roll filn . . . only $3.95 for full-color or $3.25 for black-and white, including processing! And that's enough to make 30 to 40 average-length movie scenes! Makes it hard to see how you can afford not to make movies . . . a picture record precious above all others because it faithfully, excit ingly re-creates the color, the ac tion, the reality of life itself. But get the whole fascinating story for yourself from your Kodak dealer. Or just mail coupon to Kodak-for free copy of "Let's Make Movies." /T^ S ee E " 6t4ll "Photographic Equipment R and Supplies" Cine-Kodak Royal Maga- Cine-Kodak Magazine 8 zineCamera-For 6mm. Camera-Sleek and movies at their most luxurious best. With f/1.9 lens, $176.25. trim "little brother" to the "Royal." With fll.9 lens, $150.95. Prices subject to change without notice and include Federal Tax. -- ------------ -- - ----------- ------------ ------- Ltl EELe Please send free copy of "Let's Make Movies" to: Tells how to make color Name______ movies... how to make movies indoors or out ... Address how to choose a camera. Just mail coupon to Kodak. City State__ Brownie Movie Camera - Most economical way to crisp, clear 8rnm. movies. F/2.7 lens. Just reduced to $39.75. Kdak TRADEMARK Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N.Y.