National Geographic : 1961 Apr
NEW KODAK MOTORMATIC 35 CAMERA Winds the film for you! Sets the exposure, too! Imagine a 35mm camera that's so automatic you can snap off as many as 10 color shots in 10 seconds-and be sure that every shot is exposed just right. That's the magic of the amaz ing new Kodak Motormatic 35 Camera-the camera that winds the film for you, and sets the exposure, too. Quick as you shoot, the film advances by itself, automati- cally. You're always ready for the next shot. You can click off exciting sequence shots that tell the whole story. Or capture that perfect moment that so often comes just after you press the button. In sun or shade, the electric eye adjusts the lens opening au tomatically for picture-perfect exposures. You get a good shot time after time. See your dealer for exact retail prices. Another electric-eye "35"! Kodak Auto matic 35 Camera reads the light, sets the lens by itself for correct ex posures... less than $90. There's a new ease to flash pic tures, too. Set the distance to your subject and the lens open ing adjusts automatically for correct flash exposure. This is the most automatic of the Kodak family of fine auto matic cameras. See it now at your photo dealer's ... less than $110, or as little as $11 down at many dealers'. Pricesare subject to change without notice. Retina precision, new ease! Kodak Retina Au tomatic III Camera has fully automatic exposure control, coupled range finder... less than $130. EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester 4, N.Y. SEE KODAK'S "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW" AND "THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET"