National Geographic : 1968 Sep
Kodak has changed all that. We have lots of models of super 8 projectors, too, since super 8 movies call for them. Now our camera loads instantly. The big change is the super 8 film cartridge. You just slip it in a Kodak Instamatic M12 movie camera and shoot 50 feet without winding.You'll have your movies. And a nice sun tan. And since they're super 8, these movies will have a clearer picture, with color better than ever. The other big change is the price. The M12 is less than $30. In its out fit with Kodachrome film, wrist strap and batteries, it's less than $35. Stop in at your Kodak dealer's for a look at our new kind of movie cam era. With all its changes, it's a really nice thing to have. Kodak Instamatic"movie cameras. From less than $30. Prices subject to change without notice.