National Geographic : 1967 Dec
It fits right ' in your palm. Old Scrooge there has a right to be afraid to give a movie camera-the old kind. But Kodak has a brand-new wonderful kind of super 8 movie camera. As a gift, all it lacks is the wrapping paper. The lucky person you give it to just slips a Kodachrome film cartridge in. That's all. He never has to thread, wind or flip film. He's ready to shoot a full 50 feet of super 8 color movies. Movies clearer and brighter than ever. You'll enjoy giving this camera because you'll make some body happy without having to spend much. The Kodak Instamatic M12 mov ie camera is less than $30. In a complete outfit (right), with Kodachrome film and batteries, it's less than $35. Then there's the M18 with a zoom lens for wide-angle to telephoto shots, a CdS electric eye that sets the lens opening automatically and a detach able pistol grip. It's less than $80. In outfit, less than $85. Because super 8 movies call for a super 8 projector, Kodak offers a choice there, too. So see your Kodak dealer. And don't be surprised if Scrooge is already there. Prices subject to change without notice. Kodak Instamatic movie cameras. From less than $30.