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This Synchro-Sunlight picture is an example of what you can do with your miniature or plate camera. It was taken in mid-afternoon on a bright May day with a Kalart Speed Flash attached to Zeiss Maximar Camera. Exposure 1/100th sec. ƒ 12, E.K. Super Sensitive Panchromatic film with one medium size flash bulb.
Win $50 with Your
Sy n ch ro-S un ligh t Pictu res
We will pay $50 first prize, $25 second prize, and five additional prizes of $5 each for the best Synchro-Sunlight pictures submitted on or before September 1, 1937. Amateur and professional prints given the same consideration. Enter as many prints as you wish, but be sure your name and address appears on the back of each. Sufficient return postage must accompany all entries. Every effort will be made to assure the safe return of prints submitted, but we cannot be responsible for loss or damage.
Get out your camera and Speed Flash right now, and begin to capture a new array of Synchro-Sunlight effects. Synchronized speed flashes in bright sunlight make strikingly different pictures— strong top and back lighting, with full foreground detail—beautiful cloud formations.
Write for illustrated folder, “Synchro - Sunlight Photography,” telling how.
The Kalart Speed Flash
Photographers all over the country are enthusiastic in their praise of the Kalart Speed Flash. Synchro-Sunlight pictures are easy when a Kalart Speed Flash is used with your camera. No power lines —no bulky equipment. Excellent action shots under any light conditions. Adapted to practically all cameras, including Leica and Contax. Price, $11.25.
See the K a 1 a r t Speed Flash at your dealers and ask for a trial with your own camera.
THE KALART COMPANY
INCORPORATED Contest Editor
56 Warren Street New York City