National Geographic : 1966 Jun
This professional camera has some amateur features. Like price. And automation. "The Lens Alone is Worth the Price" It looks and performs like the luxury, profes sional camera it is. But you don't have to be a 'pro' to own it. Or use it. The fast, sharp Hexanon fl.8 lens is cross-coupled to a super sensitive CdS electric eye. They work together to give you perfect pictures, automatically, under most any lighting conditions. The bright range/viewfinder window shows you exactly what the camera sees. No more, no less. You say, "smile", and Konica Auto-S2 does everything else. Under $110 (plus case) and as any pro will tell you, "the lens alone is worth the price". See your dealer or write for free brochure: Konica pea Camera Corporation, P.O. Box 1070, Woodside, N. Y . 11377. A BERKEYPHOTOCOMPANYP Konica Auto-S2 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Special Publications reservation NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY DEPARTMENT 312, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20036 I wish to receive the Society's four SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS. Please send me "Our Country's Presidents" to be sent in the Spring, and the three other volumes as they become available at three month intervals. Bill me $4.25 for each book when it is mailed. I will be free to return any book which I decide not to keep or to cancel my subscription for these books at any time by notifying the Society of my decision. NAME (PLEASE PRINT) ADDRESS United Kingdom members may obtain the Society's publications from its office at 11 Stanhope Gate, Mayfair, London, W.1 .