National Geographic : 1961 Mar
NEW KODAK SOUND 8 PROJECTOR Now add sound to your 8mm movies! The sound of children's songs and laughter and chatter . . . background music that fits right in with your travel and vacation movies ... the voices of the whole family at parties and holiday get-togethers . . . You can add them all to all your movies, new or old, with the exciting new Kodak Sound 8 Projector. Making your own "talkies" is as easy as this: Ask your dealer to have Kodak Sonotrack You be the narrator Use the microphone that comes with the Kodak Sound8toaddarun ning commentary. To edit, just erase by revers ing the film and then you re-record. It's that easy! Coating added to the edge of your processed film.Then you simply project your striped film with the Kodak Sound 8 Projector and record your commentary and music right on the film. Because this projector is made by Kodak, you can be sure of brilliant screen images, as well as quality sound. See-and hear-itdemon strated at your Kodak dealer's. It costs less than $350, or as little as $35 down. Price is subject to change without notice. r Yourown record player or tape recorder can be used to add music or sound effects with brilli ant sound fidelity. The Kodak Sound 8 Projector comes complete with a phono connector cord. See your dealer for exact retail price. EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester 4, N.Y. SEE KODAK'S "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW" AND "THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET"