Issue: 19391201

Friday, December 1, 1939
December
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Popular Photography
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2
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Agfa Ansco Corporation
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Agfa Ansco Corporation
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0002.xml
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3
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PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0003.xml
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4
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WOLLENSAK OPTICAL CO.
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WOLLENSAK OPTICAL CO.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0004.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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Universal Camera Corp.
UNIVEX MERCURY
Universal Camera Corp.
CAMERA "A"
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6,7
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Advertisements
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LEONARD WESTPHALEN
CAMERA LENS
LEONARD WESTPHALEN
MIN LARGER
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0006.xml
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8
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GENERAL ELECTRIC: G-E Synchro-Press No. 16
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
G-E Synchro-Press No. 16
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0007.xml
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9
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The Haloid Co.: ENLARGING PAPER
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The Haloid Co.
ENLARGING PAPER
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10
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CANDID SHOTS
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THE EDITOR
WE present to you this month the biggest issue any photographic magazine ever published. Naturally, we are proud of it. But our pride is not based merely on size. We know that this issue contains an unusual number of really outstanding features which are bound to add to your enjoyment of photography.
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11
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CAMERA SUPPLY CO.: KEMP
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CAMERA SUPPLY CO.
KEMP
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0010.xml
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12
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Advertisements
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BELL & HOWELL
Direct Focusing Finder for Filmo 141
BELL & HOWELL
Low-cost Tru-Pan Tripod
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masthead
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Popular Photography
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tableOfContents
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Contents
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article
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The CAMERA is Mightier than the GUN
Warfare today is subservient to the aerial camera. Its lens directs bombing raids, reports enemy movements, strips away camouflage—tells all.
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ALFRED TOOMBS
MODERN photography has changed the entire face of warfare. Military men have been forced to redesign their tactics because of the aerial camera. Nothing can hide from its lens. Because of it the best laid battle plans are often placed in the enemy’s hands before they can be executed.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0014.xml
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16,17,122
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THEY PUT PICTURES ON THE AIR
Television has brought forth a new type of cameraman who, in addition to being proficient in composition, lighting, and the elusive camera angle, must also be master of the science of electronics.
Smooth Tripod Operation
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John Darwood
A NEW species of camera-manipulator has appeared and seems to be flourishing, although there are scarcely more than a dozen or two of these individuals in the entire kingdom of the lens. Television created a place for them, for the business of putting moving images on the air revolves around the television cameraman—pardon—television camera operator.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0015.xml
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ON PORTRAITS AND PEOPLE
Here are a few of the whimsical remarks made by the author during his address at the annual convention of the Photographic Society of America in New York.
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THERON W. KILMER
DURING the past thirty years it has been my pleasant duty to have made portraits of many men. During that time experience has taught me a great deal and experience, of course, is our best teacher. It is usually thought that women are very vain when it comes to photography, but I can assure you that there is nothing vainer than a man.
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MY FAVORITE PICTURE
This brilliant photographer, famed for his spectacular and dramatic effects, selects as his favorite work a picture that achieves effectiveness and charm through simplicity.
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WILLIAM MORTENSEN
THIS, I think, is my favorite picture. Although I made it a good many years ago, my pleasure in it has not grown less, but rather increased. Many more spectacular "masterpieces" that excited me tremendously at the time have long since found their way into the ash can.
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20,173,174
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MANUFACTURING WAR PROPAGANDA with PHOTOGRAPHS
Falsified pictures mould public opinion
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VERNON POPE
NEW weapons are developed in every new war. Back in the 14th century, the war-makers learned that one man with a gun was worth a dozen men with bows. In the early years of the first World War, they learned that two men in a tank were worth two dozen men on horses.
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21,22,23,170,171,172,173
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PORTRAITURE IS GOING INFORMAL
Unstudied pose and a true representation of your subject's character are the attributes of an informal portrait.
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MARGARET BOURKE WHITE
THIS is a big world and a great deal of life goes on in it. If you can show what life writes on the faces of people who live it, you will fulfill your function as a portrait photographer. An informal portrait can furnish the key to a man’s character.
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24,25,166,167
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George Platt Lynes PHOTOGRAPHER OF FANTASY
Self-educated, by the trial and error method, Lynes has evolved a unique, imaginative style that has made him outstanding in photography.
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ROBERT W. MARKS
GEORGE PLATT LYNES has injected a vital, imaginative style into commercial photography. Shooting simply, in a straightforward, artful way, he has been able to create drama, movement, and pulse . . . almost out of the air. Lynes uses little in the way of equipment—few lights, bare sets, no gadgets.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0020.xml
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26,27,183
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GLAMOUR ON A SMALL BUDGET
Odds and ends may he ingeniously fashioned into costumes and accessories with which to dress up your model. The cost is slight and only close inspection will reveal their true, lowly nature.
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ALEX EVELOVE
GLAMOUR only sounds expensive. But glamour, in the words of Hollywood and the advertising fraternity, is a matter of presentation. It is a product of an imagination strong enough to impress itself on other imaginations. It is thought generally that glamour photography can be produced only after the expenditure of considerable money for such sundries as costume, make-up, and “props.”
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0021.xml
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28,29,140,142,144,146
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You Can Photograph STARS IN HOLLYWOOD
Good manners and knowing where to find movie stars are the secrets of how to photograph them personally.
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DAVID SAUNDERS
MOST of the hundreds of thousands who come to Hollywood don’t see movie stars either at work or at play. Of those who do manage to get glimpses of favorite actors and actresses on the lots, at least half carry cameras—to the studio gates. There these are impounded until the visit to the set is over.
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Making Photographs WITHOUT A CAMERA
Producing "photograms" will give you an understanding of the basic principles of photography and composition.
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L. MOHOLY-NAGY
IF you want to come to the most intimate understanding of how your camera operates, if you want to achieve a fresh approach to the art and science of photography, lay your camera aside for a while and try taking pictures without it. Get acquainted with the “photogram,” which is produced by camera-less photography.
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CABLES CARRY WAR PICTURES
The amazing quality of the cabled news picture of the European War which you see in your daily paper is made possible by improved method of picture transmission over wires.
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W. H. DEPPERMANN
IT is just a bit staggering to pick up a newspaper and see actual photographs of events which transpired in warstricken Europe yesterday, or even today. The war has impressed this amazing scientific accomplishment upon us as never before.
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Announcing the Winners in the POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE PHOTO CONTEST
PRIZE WINNERS
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HERE are the winners whose pictures were selected from more than 36,500 photographs entered in our big contest. Congratulations to the successful entrants—and thanks to all of you who participated. Many of the prize-winning pictures are reproduced here in the Annual Salon Section, and others will appear from time to time.
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34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42
Salon Section
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FIRST PRIZE — COLOR
WOODLAND NYMPH
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Charles d'Emery
With disregard for the conventional rules of lighting in color photography, prize-winner d'Emery produced a transparency of unusual luminosity and striking composition which impressed the judges above all other color shots entered in contest.
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43,44,156,158,159,160
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Notes on the Salon Section
Many of the pictures appearing in this Annual Salon Section are prize-winners in the $3,700 Popular Photography Picture Contest and are indicated by number. For awards, see page 34.
COLOR SECTION
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1st Prize. In making this exceptionally fine color photograph, Charles d'Emery, South Norwalk, Conn., disregarded the conventional rules of lighting to produce an outstanding picture. He used a 5x7 Eastman View camera and Voigtlander Dynar lens.
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44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,89,90,91,92,93,94
Salon Section
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BLACK-AND-WHITE
GUIDING EYES
FIRST PRIZE
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Dale Rooks
Simple in subject and message, the prizewinning picture is aglow with the essentials of a good photograph—composition, human interest, print quality, and lighting.
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95,160
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How Salons are Judged
Modern methods of print selection assure salon contributors of absolutely impartial and secret voting. Merit is the only factor in the choice.
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JACK D. SELLERS
MORE and more people each year are sending prints to salons. It is with justifiable pride that a contributor can say that one or more prints have been accepted for hanging. Oft times a contributor feels that certain prints should have been accepted which were not.
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96,97,149,150
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COMPOSITION and CONTRAST IN COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Your pictures need not scream with color; arrange them with an eye toward harmony, following the rules of color composition.
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JAMES A. DOOLITTLE
WHEN making pictures in monochrome, your chief concern has been with a pleasing arrangement of mass and line; with contrast in terms of tone. But when you load with natural color film, or fondle a one-shot camera, an entirely new set of variables is introduced into your picture-making scheme.
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98,99,184,185
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SIMPLE SUBJECTS MAKE PRIZE PICTURES
Look closely at the humble, familiar objects and scenes about you. They offer an infinite variety of photographic subjects.
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SAMUEL GRIERSON
CERTAIN subjects are so familiar to us that we fail to realize their possibilities as subject matter for our photographs. In short, familiarity breeds contempt. We are apt to sit back in the easy chair and think with longing, and perhaps envy, of the fortunate souls who possess the time and wherewithall to take their camera and themselves to far places and practice their photography amid scenes that are different.
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Planning Your Christmad Card
If you have a camera you can work up unusual holiday greetings. The author describes a few he has made for himself and for others.
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ROLAND WOLFE
ABOUT this time of year you should be experiencing an urge to create the annual card of Christmas greetings. Perhaps you will hit upon a good idea for your card long before the postman acquires that drawn and haggard look on his face around mid-December, and will have planned, printed, and addressed them in plenty of time for the holiday season.
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WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOUR COLOR PICTURES?
Analysis of inconsistent results with color films reveals that the difficulty lies more often with the user than with the film itself.
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WARREN BUNTING
APLASTIC surgeon had an idea. It would be useful if he could keep a record of the color of his patients’ faces as well as their other characteristics. So he loaded his camera with natural-color film, placed his patients one by one in a chair in a little room, and took their pictures.
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SPECTACLE LENSES FOR YOUR CAMERA
The lenses from inexpensive spectacles which may be obtained at the 25-cent store can be adapted to your camera for telephoto and wide-angle work.
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E. A. SOUTHWICK
IF you have never experienced any of the numerous possibilities offered by those spectacles which are for sale in most 25-cent stores there is a real treat awaiting you. Of greatest interest to the photographer, of course, are the methods of adapting these lenses to a camera.
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Pictures Through A PINHOLE
Few amateurs have explored the wonders of the pinhole camera, yet it offers the simplest and most inexpensive method of taking good pictures. The author tells how to make and use one of these fascinating boxes.
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J. GORDON BENNETT
IN this very modern day of superspeed shutters and ƒ 1.5 lenses, one is apt to consider fine equipment a requisite of good photography. Who has not heard some amateur bewailing his inability to indulge in the expensive gadgets so appetizingly displayed in the showcases of the local camera shop?
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THE SIX FUNDAMENTAL FORMS OF COMPOSITION
Your pictures will improve greatly if you master the basic compositional forms described here and illustrated on the next two pages.
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STAN JENKINS
A CLEAR understanding of composition is of supreme importance to all picture makers, regardless of their degree of experience. To keep things clear, I want to emphasize that this article does not deal with or illustrate Pictorial Composition or Decorative Composition, nor with Balance, Proportion, Rhythm, or any other aspect of the subject.
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THE SIX FUNDAMENTAL COMPOSITIONAL FORMS
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PICTURE ANALYSIS
The photograph this month is analyzed from twenty points of view which determine the various elements of pictures.
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NICHOLAS HÁZ
STUDENTS sometimes ask me, “What will make me a good photographer and how shall I become rich from my work?” A superficial answer would be: “Learn to make magnificent pictures by becoming a master of composition and technique; the rest of it will take care of itself.”
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COLOR MOVIES NEED COLORED TITLES
BLACK-AND-WHITE FILM CAN BE USED FOR MANY COLOR EFFECTS IN TITLING. THIS INEXPENSIVE METHOD WILL DRESS UP YOUR COLOR MOVIES.
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KEN WAGNER
WITH color figuring more and more prominently in present day filming, true title editing has become a problem. Careful editing and clear, attractive titles have become a combination many conscientious movie makers recognize as final, necessary steps in the creation of entertaining, smoothflowing film subjects.
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Simple Slide Rules Aid Photography
You can cut out these handy scales and make them into slide rules as explained here. They will enable you to determine indoor exposure, relative shutter speeds for different stops, focal distance, and depth of field.
Washing Jugs and Bottles
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WALTER E. BURTON
WHETHER or not you are familiar with the conventional slide rule or “slip stick,” you will find it easy to make and use photographic slide rules. These devices are great time-savers because they enable you to find answers quickly to photographic problems like “How much faster is an ƒ 2 lens than an ƒ 4.5 lens?”
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HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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F. C. SAGANDORE
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Print Criticisms
The service rendered on this page is free to our readers. Send your prints with technical data to POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, 608 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, III. We regret that we cannot criticize prints by mail, nor can we return prints submitted to this department.
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G. H. W., Schoolcraft, Mich.—You deserve considerable credit for tackling a some what difficult subject such as the practicing bare-back riders. The action has been stopped as much as was necessary, and the exposure seems to have been adequate to produce a strong print.
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Questions & Answers
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D. A., Pulaski, Pa. What is meant by a 50 mm or a 75 mm lens? Also, what is meant by an achromatic lens? ANSWER: A 50 mm lens has a focal length of 50 mm, or approximately 2 inches. A 75 mm lens has a focal length of 75 mm, or approximately 3 inches. An achromatic lens is one which has been partially corrected for chromatic aberration; the images projected by such a lens will not be accompanied by fringes of various colors.
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Letters to the Editor
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Dear Sir: In the September issue there was an article about mailing photographs by third and fourth class mail. So-o-o about three weeks ago I sailed forth to the nearest post office to mail some prints to your contest. The postmaster in charge informed me that the entry blanks attached to the prints made them first class and soaked me one buck.
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New Tricks FOR CAMERA OWNERS...
A monthly list of valuable kinks and hints for the amateur. POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY will pay $3.00 for each one accepted.
Box for Enlarging Paper
Exposure with a Filter
Dustproof Lensbrush Encased in Discarded Fountain Pen
Cover for Reflector
Loading Bulk Film
Protecting New Trays
Light-Tight Lensboard Hose Coupler
Special Scale Weights
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AFTER finding all available safe-boxes inadequate as to the number of different kinds of paper they would hold, I designed one as shown in the photograph. The original feature of this idea is the use of a “work organizer” such as is used for filing papers on office desks.
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TRADE NOTES AND NEWS
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ANNOUNCEMENT IS made of the new 2½x2½ Vokar, all-American camera. Proper exposure is assured by a clever new device known as “Varicoupled Control” which automatically sets the diaphragm in proper relation to shutter speed for varying light conditions.
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CALENDAR OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS
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Eastman Kodak Company: Super-XX
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Eastman Kodak Company
Super-XX
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BURLEIGH BROOKS INCORPORATED: RAJAH “O” ENLARGER
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BURLEIGH BROOKS INCORPORATED
RAJAH “O” ENLARGER
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What the Camera Clubs Are Doing
Correspondence Welcomed
First "Deep South" Salon Is Success
We Hear—
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Here’s another list of clubs both old and new which have expressed a desire to correspond with other groups of enthusiasts everywhere: Artista Camera Club, Inc., Charles Martens, Sec,, 3140 Eastood Ave., Chicago, I11. Downers Grove Camera Club, George McElroy, Publ. Dir., 5233 Carpenter, Downers Grove, I11.
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Advertisements
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AMERICAN BOLEX COMPANY, INC.
Hugo Meyer Primoplan 1" F/1.5 lens
AMERICAN BOLEX COMPANY, INC.
Leitz Hektor Rapid 27mm F/1.4 lens
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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Advertisements
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International Research Corporation
argus MODEL K
International Research Corporation
argus MODEL DP-2 PROJECTOR
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Advertisement: Argus C2 or C3 Cameras
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Argus C2 or C3 Cameras
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Loading Tray for Cut Film Holders and Hangers
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Wm. A. Barnhill
THE accompanying photograph shows a handy arrangement for loading and handling cut film hangers prior to development. This work must be done in total darkness when panchromatic material is used. Ordinarily it requires quite a large table or bench to do this work properly and safely with a stack of exposed holders and unloaded hangers on one hand, and unloaded holders and loaded hangers on the other.
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D. PAUL SHULL
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D. PAUL SHULL
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SEAL, Inc.: SNAPSHOT-STIX
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SEAL, Inc.
SNAPSHOT-STIX
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Advertisements
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SOCIETY FOR VISUAL EDUCATION INC.
Miniature PROJECTOR
SOCIETY FOR VISUAL EDUCATION INC.
Tri-Purpose PROJECTOR
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Advertisements
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ABBEY PHOTO CORP.
MODEL OS PRESS FLASHGUN
ABBEY PHOTO CORP.
SUPER B FLASHGUN
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0060.xml
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130
130
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NATIONAL PHOTOCOLOR CORPORATION: 2¼X3¼ MINIATURE COLOR CAMERA
[no value]
NATIONAL PHOTOCOLOR CORPORATION
2¼X3¼ MINIATURE COLOR CAMERA
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0061.xml
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130
130
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ZIFF-DAVIS PUBLISHING CO.
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ZIFF-DAVIS PUBLISHING CO.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0062.xml
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131
131
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MINNESOTA MINING & MFG. CO.: SCOTCH CELLULOSE TAPE
[no value]
MINNESOTA MINING & MFG. CO.
SCOTCH CELLULOSE TAPE
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0063.xml
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132
132
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[no value]
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Excel MOVIE PRODUCTS
Excel SUPER 8 PROJECTOR
Excel MOVIE PRODUCTS
Excel 8 MM MOVIE CAMERA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0064.xml
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132
132
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ARKEY LABORATORIES, INC.: ARKEY PHOTO DRYER
[no value]
ARKEY LABORATORIES, INC.
ARKEY PHOTO DRYER
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0065.xml
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132
132
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BARNETT LABORATORIES: TABLE TOP CAMERA STANB
[no value]
BARNETT LABORATORIES
TABLE TOP CAMERA STANB
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0066.xml
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133
133
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FINK-ROSELIEVE CO., INC.: F-R ROLL FILM DEVELOPING OUTFIT
[no value]
FINK-ROSELIEVE CO., INC.
F-R ROLL FILM DEVELOPING OUTFIT
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0067.xml
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134
134
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[no value]
UNEEDA: ARGUS C3 CANDID CAMERA
[no value]
UNEEDA
ARGUS C3 CANDID CAMERA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0068.xml
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134
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Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0069.xml
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134
134
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[no value]
Sellars & Co.
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Sellars & Co.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0070.xml
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135
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Willoughlys
THE COMPACT CANDID MIDGET
Willoughlys
THE NEW KEMPSHADE
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0071.xml
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136
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UNEEDA
Argus C-3
UNEEDA
Agfa “Memo”
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0072.xml
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136
136
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[no value]
SPECTRA PHOTO PRODUCTS, Inc.: COLOR CAMERA
[no value]
SPECTRA PHOTO PRODUCTS, Inc.
COLOR CAMERA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0073.xml
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136
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0074.xml
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137
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General Electric
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General Electric
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0075.xml
article
138
138
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[no value]
Tank Developer Economy
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
W. M. Castleberry
CERTAIN types of cut film—filmpack developing tanks are adjustable for different size film. These adjustments are made by varying the distance between two movable and slotted holding pieces. When processing any film smaller than the largest the tank accommodates there is waste space between the tank walls and the film holders.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0076.xml
article
138
138
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Testing Hypo tor Strength
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[no value]
[no value]
Ethel S. Capps
THE old method of counting and recording prints fixed in the hypo solution and discarding the latter after so many have been treated (and doing a mathematical high-jinks to determine how many of one size equal another) usually causes the solution to be thrown away before it has been actually exhausted.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0077.xml
article
138
138,140
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Iodine Treatment of Overexposed Negatives
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
A. P. Weinbach
THE simple but very effective iodine treatment of overexposed negatives will save many negatives which might be discarded or ruined by other reducing methods. The iodine treatment is founded on fundamental photographic chemistry. The basic reaction, when a film containing silver bromide is exposed to light and subsequently developed, is the conversion of the silver bromide to free silver and free bromine.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0078.xml
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138
138
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MOTION PICTURE SCREEN & ACCESSORIES CO.. INC.
BRITELITE SPOTLIGHTS
MOTION PICTURE SCREEN & ACCESSORIES CO.. INC.
BRITELITE TWINFLECTORS
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0079.xml
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138
138
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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THE HALOID COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0080.xml
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138
138
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WHITEHALL SPECIALTY CO.: The "Quick-Set" JUNIOR TRIPOD
[no value]
WHITEHALL SPECIALTY CO.
The "Quick-Set" JUNIOR TRIPOD
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0081.xml
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139
139
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[no value]
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Bass CAMERA CO.
Movikon 16
Bass CAMERA CO.
Movikon 8
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0082.xml
article
140
140
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[no value]
Repairing Cracked Glossy Prints
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Emil J. Richlik
VERY often, due to improper packaging, glossy prints are returned from magazines and newspapers with the surface more or less cracked. Excessive handling also results in dog-eared corners, and in general the prints are not fit for a second mailing.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0083.xml
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0084.xml
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141
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C.O.D. FILMDEX
No. 401 FILMDEX VIEWER
C.O.D. FILMDEX
No. 101 FILMDEX PANEL
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0085.xml
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142
142
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GENERAL DEVICES CORPORATION: NEW 1940 MODEL speedo PRINT DRYER
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GENERAL DEVICES CORPORATION
NEW 1940 MODEL speedo PRINT DRYER
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0086.xml
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142
142
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FABCO PRODUCTS CO.: VERSATILE TRIMMER
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FABCO PRODUCTS CO.
VERSATILE TRIMMER
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0087.xml
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142
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0088.xml
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142
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ENTECO CAMERA ACCESSORIES: SUN SHADES
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ENTECO CAMERA ACCESSORIES
SUN SHADES
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0089.xml
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143
143
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY: Revere SUPER 8 MM. PROJECTOR
[no value]
REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
Revere SUPER 8 MM. PROJECTOR
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0090.xml
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144
144
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[no value]
The Kalart Company Inc.: KALART Micromatic SPEED FLASH
[no value]
The Kalart Company Inc.
KALART Micromatic SPEED FLASH
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0091.xml
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144
144
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FROMADER GENERA COMPANY
[no value]
FROMADER GENERA COMPANY
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[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0092.xml
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144
144
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W. W. BOES CO.
Economy Model B
W. W. BOES CO.
De Luxe Model A
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0093.xml
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144
144
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KIIN-O-LIX, Inc.: KIN-O-LUX REWIND
[no value]
KIIN-O-LIX, Inc.
KIN-O-LUX REWIND
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0094.xml
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145
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0095.xml
article
146
146
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Print-Washing Aid
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Harold Brooks
THE average amateur experiences quite a bit of annoyance when his prints float to the top of the water and over the rim of his washing tray. This may be prevented by imprisoning them beneath an inverted wire basket of the type used in most offices for filing letters and papers.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0096.xml
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146
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0097.xml
article
147
147
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[no value]
Keeping Film and Paper Data
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[no value]
[no value]
D. J. Pletsch
MANUFACTURERS’ instructions in the use and processing of various types of films and papers are usually included in the box when the materials are purchased. When ready to process the film or paper, I usually had difficulty finding the particular instruction sheet for that product.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0098.xml
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147
147
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THOMAS S. CURTIS LABORATORIES
COLOR PRINTER
THOMAS S. CURTIS LABORATORIES
CURTIS COLOR PRINTER 4x5 MODEL K
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0099.xml
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148
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0100.xml
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149
149
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P&H DEVELOPING PROCESS: CORRECTS MISTAKES
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P&H DEVELOPING PROCESS
CORRECTS MISTAKES
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0101.xml
article
150
150
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[no value]
Drum-Tray Development for Roll Film
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Alex Evelove
SCRATCHES on film, which frequently accompany development by the “seesaw” method in a tray, are eliminated when the developing drum technique is applied to the amateur photographer’s problem. Drums may be made in any size, depending on the amateur’s trays.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0102.xml
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150
150
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LAFAYETTE CAMERA
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LAFAYETTE CAMERA
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[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0103.xml
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150
150
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CAMERA SPECIALTY CO., INC.: PROJECT-O-METER
[no value]
CAMERA SPECIALTY CO., INC.
PROJECT-O-METER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0104.xml
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150
150
[no value]
[no value]
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.: SOLAR ENLARGERS
[no value]
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
SOLAR ENLARGERS
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0105.xml
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150
150
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[no value]
ARGONAUT PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES
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ARGONAUT PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORIES
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0106.xml
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151
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LAFAYETTE CAMERA
LAFAYETTE Improved ENLARGING EASEL
LAFAYETTE CAMERA
LAFAYETTE ADJUSTABLE ROLL FILM TANK
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0107.xml
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152
152
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0108.xml
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153
153
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GOODS PEED, INC.: SYNCHRONIZER
[no value]
GOODS PEED, INC.
SYNCHRONIZER
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0109.xml
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154
154
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0110.xml
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155
155
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MANSFIELD PHOTO RESEARCH LAB.
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MANSFIELD PHOTO RESEARCH LAB.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0111.xml
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155
155
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[no value]
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ELWOOD PATTERN WORKS, Inc.
MODEL AM
ELWOOD PATTERN WORKS, Inc.
MODEL SP
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0112.xml
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156
156
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0113.xml
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157
157
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ALBERT SPECIALTY COMPANY: FOTO-ART
[no value]
ALBERT SPECIALTY COMPANY
FOTO-ART
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0114.xml
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157
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RIGHT SALES INCORPORATED: ROCKER RINSER
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RIGHT SALES INCORPORATED
ROCKER RINSER
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0115.xml
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158
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0116.xml
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159
159
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DEJUR-AMSCO CORPORATION: DeJUR Model 5A Exposure Meter
[no value]
DEJUR-AMSCO CORPORATION
DeJUR Model 5A Exposure Meter
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0117.xml
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159
159
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AIR ADVENTURES
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AIR ADVENTURES
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0118.xml
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160
160
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MINICAM CO.
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MINICAM CO.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0119.xml
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160
160
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JOHN G. MARSHALL, INC.: MARSHALL'S Photo Oil Colors
[no value]
JOHN G. MARSHALL, INC.
MARSHALL'S Photo Oil Colors
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0120.xml
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160
160
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[no value]
Marshall Field & Company: The New Curved LAW PHOTO PRINT DRYER
[no value]
Marshall Field & Company
The New Curved LAW PHOTO PRINT DRYER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0121.xml
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161
161
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[no value]
EDWARDS’ FINE GRAIN LABORATORY
[no value]
EDWARDS’ FINE GRAIN LABORATORY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0122.xml
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161
161
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CASTLE FILMS
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CASTLE FILMS
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[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0123.xml
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162
162
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SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
[no value]
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0124.xml
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162
162
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Advertisements
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KELLEY PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Kel-Lite
KELLEY PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Kel-Masks
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0125.xml
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162
162
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[no value]
Royaltone LABORATORIES, INC.
[no value]
Royaltone LABORATORIES, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0126.xml
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165
165
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Wabash Photolamp Corp.
[no value]
Wabash Photolamp Corp.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0127.xml
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165
165
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AMAZING STORIES
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AMAZING STORIES
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0128.xml
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166
166
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EASTMAN KODAK STORES: BABY KEG-LITE
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK STORES
BABY KEG-LITE
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0129.xml
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166
166
[no value]
[no value]
S. MENDELSOHN
[no value]
S. MENDELSOHN
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0130.xml
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166
166
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ALBERT CAMERA EXCHANGE
ENLARGERS
ALBERT CAMERA EXCHANGE
BARGAINS
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0131.xml
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166
166
[no value]
[no value]
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PHAOSTRON COMPANY
MODEL A
PHAOSTRON COMPANY
MODEL B
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0132.xml
article
167
167
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[no value]
Water-Colors for Spotting
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Nathan Sperber
THE tube water-colors obtainable at any art supply store are ideal for spotting your photographs. Obtain a small tube of ivory black water-color. Squeeze out an inch ribbon and spread a thin layer on a small, clean piece of cardboard or celluloid.
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0133.xml
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167
167
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THE EDWAL LABORATORIES, INC.
[no value]
THE EDWAL LABORATORIES, INC.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0134.xml
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167
167
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POPULAR AVIATION
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POPULAR AVIATION
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0135.xml
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168
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0136.xml
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169
169
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[no value]
Advertisements
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HAYNES PRODUCTS CO., INC.
The GRAY-SCALER
HAYNES PRODUCTS CO., INC.
THE MCM PHOTOMETER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0137.xml
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169
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Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0138.xml
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170
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0139.xml
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171
171
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CRAIG MOVIE SUPPLY COMPANY
[no value]
CRAIG MOVIE SUPPLY COMPANY
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0140.xml
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171
171
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RADIO NEWS
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RADIO NEWS
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0141.xml
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172
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0142.xml
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173
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HABER & FINK INC.
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HABER & FINK INC.
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0143.xml
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173
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Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0144.xml
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173
173
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UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED: X-OR COLOR PRINTS ON PAPER
[no value]
UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED
X-OR COLOR PRINTS ON PAPER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19391201_0005_006_0145.xml
article
174
174
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Exposure Meter Used As A Contact Printing Meter
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A VISUAL extinction type exposure meter may be used to determine the printing time of contact prints. With the negative in place in the printing frame, put your meter over a middle tone section of the negative, turn on the light, and read the smallest number visible in the meter.
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NEW BOOKS
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FINDING NEW SUBJECTS FOR YOUR CAMERA, by Jacob Deschin. Published by Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. Cloth bound, 5½x8¼, 240 pages, illustrated, $2.50. The author tells how the ability to see pictures with the camera’s eye can be developed.
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FEDERAL STAMPING & ENGINEERING CORP.
MODEL No. 120
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MODEL No. 230
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ROBERT W. SMEATON: “SYNCHROFLASHER”
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INTERCONTINENTAL MARKETING CORPORATION: PHOTRIX SS
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JOHN G. MARSHALL, Inc.: DARK ROOM TEST
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DARK ROOM TEST
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THE DECEMBER COVER
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The illustration on this month's cover was made from a 5x7 Kodachrome transparency taken by John Paul Pennebaker, chief illustrator for Underwood & Underwood, Chicago. He used a 5x7 Ansco View Camera and 12” Goerz Dagor f 4.5 lens. The setup was built in his studio, and illumination furnished by one No. 3 and three No. 2 Wabash Superflash lamps in Victor reflectors. The No. 3 lamp was used in the fireplace. The exposure on Eastman Type B Kodachrome cut film was made at ƒ 11 for the full duration of the flash.
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CARL ZEISS, Inc.
IKOFLEX III
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SUPER IKONTIA B
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ABE COHEN’S EXCHANGE: AUTOFLEX REFLEX
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OMEGA ENLARGERS: Model “A”
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ELKAY PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.: ELKAY ADJUSTABLE FILM HOLDER
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ELKAY ADJUSTABLE FILM HOLDER
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W.C. Horn, Bro. & Co.: Photo Album
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Photo Album
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DU PONT FILM MANUFACTURING CORP. INC
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BOYLSTON ST.
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FOTOSHOP, INC.
SUN RAY
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PHOTRIX SS
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UNIVERSAL CAMERA CORP.: NEW UNIVEX PROJECTOR
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UNIVERSAL CAMERA CORP.
NEW UNIVEX PROJECTOR
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Fantastic ADVENTURES
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Film Agitation
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THE power supplied by your phonograph offers a simple and satisfactory means for film agitation. A wooden disc the size of a standard record is cut out of ¾" soft wood or built up from a series of cardboard discs. A hole of the same size as the hole in a record is drilled in the exact center.
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Prize Contests and Markets
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RAYGRAM CORP., 425 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y., has extended the closing date of the RAY-DEL Picture Contest from November 1st to December 31st. The contest is for pictures depicting balance in some manner, shape or form. First Prize. $50;
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Improved Photo Mailer
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Wm. R. Forder
CARDBOARD does not always protect your photos in the mail as sometimes they slip over to the edge and are damaged by the string or rubber bands. To prevent this, two “corners” are cut from an old envelope and pasted on the cardboard as shown in the sketch.
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Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation
WESTON JUNIOR
Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation
WESTON UNIVERSAL (Model 650)
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STILL CAMERAS
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Agfa Ansco Corp.
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Agfa Ansco Corp.
AGFA MEMO DOUBLE FRAME
$25.00
Roll film, 35 mm; 24 exposures, 24 x 36 mm (approx. 1x1½"); 2" anastigmat ƒ 4.5 lens; leaf shutter, ½ sec. to 1/200 sec., T and B; eye level finder; helical manual focusing, by scale; exposure counter; depth of field guide; rapid film shift mechanism; lens protected when not in use. Price $25.00. Eveready stiff leather case, $4.50. Among available accessories—filters, lens shade. MFR., Agfa Ansco Corp.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
ARGUS C3
$30.00
Cartridge, 35 mm film; up to 36 exposures, 1x1½"; 50 mm Cintar anastigmat ƒ 3.5 lens; behind-thelens shutter, 1/5 sec. to 1/300 sec., T and B; coupled rangefinder; optical eye level finder; tripod socket; built-in flash synchronization; exposure counter. Price $30.00. Among available accessories— telephoto and slip-on lenses, macro and micro accessories, Eveready case, filters, lens shade. MFR., Intern’t'l Research Corp.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
ARGUS M
$7.50
Roll film No. 828; 12 exposures, 1x 1½"; 24 exposures, 1x¾"; fixed focus Argus ƒ 6.3 triplet anastigmat lens; between-the-lens shutter, I and B exposures; optical eye level viewfinder; tripod socket; film mask. Price $7.50. Among available accessories— case, slip-on lenses, filters, lens shade, etc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
CLARUS MS-35
Roll film, 35 mm: 18 or 36 exposures approx. 1x1½"; interchangeable 50 mm Clarus ƒ 3.5 anastigmat lens; coupled rangefinder; focal plane shutter, 1/25 sec. to 1/1000 sec. and B; eye level viewfinder; tripod socket; exposure counter; parallax adjustment; automatic film transport, simultaneous with shutter winding. Price on request. Interchangeable ƒ 2.8 lens, coupled with rangefinder, also available. MANUFACTURER, International Photographic Industries, Inc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
DEARDORFF TRIAMAPRO 4x5
$165.00
Plates, cut film, filmpack, or adaptable to roll film with holders; supplied with Graphic or Graflex back; can be adapted to all synchronous flash and rangefinder equipment; 18½" bellows (triple extension with 6" lens); lens board rises, lowers, swings vertically and horizontally; double sliding front standard; camera bed rises, lowers, drops completely for wide angle lenses; back revolves completely around; box takes 3" lenses for extreme wide angle work, and 8¼" ƒ 4.5 lenses mtd. in No. 3 Compound shutters; peep sight and wire finder. Price without lens or shutter, $165.00. MFR., L. F. Deardorff & Sons.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
GALLUS
$16.50
Roll film No. 120 or B-2; 8 exposures, 6x9 cm (approx. 2¼x3¼"); Boyer ƒ 4.5 lens; Gallus shutter, to 1/100 sec.; waist level finder. Price $16.50. DIST., Olden Camera & Lens Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
FLASH-MASTER NO. 117
$4.00
Roll film No. 127 or A-8; 16 exposures, 1⅝"x1⅝"; 50 mm Graf Achromat ƒ 7.7 lens, stops down to ƒ 16; I & T shutter; plastic construction, chrome trim. Case available. Price $4.00. MFR., Monarch Mfg. Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
FLEX-MASTER DE LUXE NO. 277
$5.00
Roll film No. 127 or A-8; 16 exposures, 1⅝x1¼"; 50 mm Graf Achromat ƒ 7.7 lens, stops down to ƒ 16; I & T shutter; die-cast construction, aluminum trim. Case available. Price $5.00. MFR., Monarch Mfg. Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
IKOFLEX I
$59.50
Roll film No. 120 or B-2; 12 exposures, 2¼"x2¼"; 2-lens reflex; 3" Novar anastigmat ƒ 3.5 in Compur shutter, 1 sec. to 1/300 sec.; depth of field guide. Price $59.50. Among available accessories— slip-on lenses, filters, lens shade.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
IKOFLEX II
$89.50
Similar to Ikoflex I, but has Triotar ƒ 3.5 lens, automatic film stop and double exposure prevention lock. Price $89.50. Available accessories same as above, plus Eveready case.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
SUPER IKONTA B
$235.00
Same as listed in May Directory, but has built-in photoelectric exposure meter. Price $235.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Carl Zeiss, Inc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
IKOFLEX III
$199.00
Similar to Ikoflex II, but has Tessar f 2.8 in Compur Rapid shutter, I sec. to 1/400 sec., B, and delayed action; eye level and waist level finders, automatic film transport, exposure counter, exposure guide. Focusing hood forms Albada finder. Price $199.00. Available accessories same as for Ikoflex II.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
KODAK MONITORS SIX-20 & SIX-16
$30.00
Six-20 models take roll film No. 620 or PB-20; 8 exposures 2¼x3¼"; Six-16 models take roll film No. 616 or PB-16; 8 exposures 2'½x 4¼"; automatic film wind control; body shutter release; eye and waist level finders; exposure counter; depth of field scale. Prices, with Kodamatic shutter, Kodak Anastigmat ƒ 4.5 lens: Six-20, $30.00; Six-16, $35.00. With Supermatic shutter, Anastigmat Special ƒ 4.5 lens, Six20, $42.50; Six-16, $48.50.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
KODAKS SPECIAL SIX-20 & SIX-16
$39.50
Description similar to May Directory listing, except now available with new Kodak Supermatic shutter, T, B, 1 sec. to 1/400 sec. Prices: Special Six-20, $39.50; Special Six16. $43.00.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
KODAK VIGILANTS SIX-20 & SIX-16
$14.50
Film sizes and no. of exposures same as for Monitors; body shutter release; eye and waist level finders; tripod sockets for vertical and horizontal positions; ƒ 8.8, ƒ 6.3, or ƒ 4.5 Kodak Anastigmat lens, Kodex or Kodamatic shutter; or Kodak Anastigmat Special ƒ 4.5 lens, Supermatic shutter. Prices: from $14.50 to $42.50. MFR., Eastman Kodak Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
KORELLE REFLEX III
$168.50
Similar to Korelle Reflex Models I and II (see May Directory); satin chrome trim; shutter speeds from 2 sec. to 1/1000 sec. and delayed action; 3¼" Zeiss Tessar ƒ 2.8 lens in bayonet mount. Price $168.50. DISTRIBUTOR. Burke & James.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
KORONA 5x7 COMMERCIAL
$137.00
View camera; takes 5 x 7" film or plates; double extension bellows; groundglass back; swing back; rising and lateral front; side swing; tilting lens board. Price, without lens $65.00. With lens from $137.00 to $150.00, depending on choice of lens equipment. MFR., Gundlach Mfg. Corp.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
LEROCHROME ONE-SHOT
$180.00
2¼X3¼ Model. Takes 2¼x3¼" Defender Tri-color film combination; 6½" Hugo Meyer Primotar ƒ 4.5, in Compur shutter, 1 sec. to 1/200 sec., T & B; single extension bellows; one-piece aluminum alloy construction. Price, with lens and 3 holders, $180.00. 3¼x4¼ Daylight Model. Takes cut film and tilmpacks 3¼x4¼"; optional lens equipment, Hugo Meyer & Goerz, 8¼" ƒ 4.5; Compur or Compound shutters, 1 sec. to 1/100 sec., T and B; single extension bellows; eye level finder; groundglass back; coupled rangefinder; built-in color filters; light-weight one-piece aluminum alloy construction. Price, complete with lens, case, 3 holders, etc., $450.00. 3¼x4¼ Tungsten Model. Specifications similar to above, except coupled rangefinder is optional. Accessories same as for above. Price complete, from $365.00 up. 5x7 Model. Similar to 3¼x 4¼ models; takes cut film and plates 5x7"; 12" Hugo Meyer or Goerz 12" lenses optional; Compound shutter, 1 sec. to 1/100 sec., T and B; swing front. Price complete with lens, case, 3 holders, etc., $750.00. MFR., National Photocolor Corp.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
MONARCH 620
$4.00
Roll film No. 620 or PB-20; 16 exposures, 1⅝x2¼"; 62 mm Graf Achromat ƒ 7.7 lens, stops down to ƒ 16; I & T exposures; die-cast construction, polished aluminum finish. Case available. Price $4.00. MFR., Monarch Mfg. Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
PARVOLA A
$40.00
Roll film No. 127 or A-8; 16 exposures 1⅜x1½"; 50 mm lhagee anastigmat or Zeiss Tessar ƒ 3.5 lens in Compur shutter, 1 sec. to 1/200 sec., T, B, and delayed action; or 50 mm Xenar ƒ 2 in Compur Rapid shutter; eye level finder; manual helical focusing; soft leather pouch. Prices: with lhagee ƒ 3.5 in Compur, $40.00; with Tessar ƒ 3.5 in Compur, $50.00; with Xenar ƒ 2 in Compur Rapid, $75.00. Among available accessories— hard leather case, filters, etc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
PARVOLA C
$90.00
Roll film No. 127 or A-8, or filmpack and cut film 1⅝x2½"; 8 exposures 1⅝x2½" or 16 exposures 1⅜xl½" with roll film; 75 mm Zeiss Tessar ƒ 2.8 in Compur Rapid shutter, 1 sec. to 1/400 sec., T, B, and delayed action; or 75 mm Zeiss Tessar ƒ 3.5 or lhagee anastigmat ƒ 3.5 in Compur shutter, to 1/300 sec.; double extension bellows; eye level finder; manual focusing. Prices, with 3 holders, fllmpack adapter, film mask, soft pouh: with Tessar ƒ 2.8 in Compur Rapid, $90.00; with Tessar f 3.5 in Compur, $65.00; with lhagee f 3.5 in Compur, $55.00. Among available accessories— hard leather case, filters, film adapters, lens shade. DISTRIBUTOR, Henry Herbert.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
PICKWIK NO. 300
$5.00
Roll film No. 127 or A-8; 16 exposures, 1⅝x1¼"; 50 mm Graf Achromat f 7.7 lens, stops down to f 16; I and T exposures; plastic construction, chrome trim. Price $5.00. MFR., Monarch Mfg. Co.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
ROLLEIFLEX STANDARD
$172.50
Construction and appearance similar to other Rolleiflex models; roll film No. 120 or B-2; 12 exposures, 2¼x2¼"; 3" Zeiss Tessar f 3.5, bayonet mount; Compur Rapid shutter, 1 sec. to 1/500 sec., & B; eye level finder in addition to reflex focusing; Eveready or De Luxe hard case; automatic film transport; exposure counter and guide; hyperfocal distance table. Price $172.50. Among available accessories—30 cm telephoto lens, slip-on lenses, filters, 35 mm adapter and plate backs, lens shades, etc. DISTRIBUTOR, Burleigh Brooks.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
SPECTRA MODEL A COLOR CAMERA
$97.50
Roll film; 6 exposures, 2x2"; 4¼" Wollensak Velostigmat f 4.5 lens; Betax shutter, ½ sec. to 1/100 sec., T and B; single extension bellows; rangefinder; scale focusing; allsteel chassis, precision adjustments; genuine mahogany casing. Price $97.50. Leather case $10.00.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
SPECTRA MODEL B COLOR CAMERA
$103.50
Plate back; similar to Model A, except takes 2¼x3¼" cut filmsame lens and shutter equipment; groundglass back. Price $97.50.' Deluxe model, price $103.50. Leather case $10.00. MFR., Spectra Photo Products.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
TENAX I
$60.00
35 mm film; negative size 1x1"; 50 exposures on regular 36-exposure load; 35 mm Novar f 3.5 lens in Compur shutter, 1 sec. to 1/300 sec. and B.; eye level finder; scale focusing; automatic film transport, exposure counter, depth of field guide. One lever winds shutter and advances film simultaneously. Price $60.00. Among available accessories— slip-on lenses, filters, lens shade, Eveready and soft leather cases, etc. DISTRIBUTOR, Carl Zeiss, Inc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
UNIVEX MERCURY
$65.00
Description similar to Mercury in May Directory, except that focal plane shutter goes to 1/1500 sec.; interchangeable anastigmat lenses (35 mm); Tricor f 2.7, 3.5; Hexar f 2; Telecor 75 mm telephoto f 3.5 and 125 mm f 4.5. Prices: with f 2, $65.00; f 2.7, $42.50; f 3.5 (35 mm), $29.75. Among available accessories— exposure meter, rangefinder, flash unit, rapid winder.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
UNIVEX IRIS FLASH STANDARD & DE LUXE
$6.95
Description similar to Univex Iris Standard and De Luxe in May Directory; equipped with built-in flash synchronization. Prices, Standard, $6.95; De Luxe, $8.50. Photoflash unit, ready to attach, $3.95.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
UNIVEX ZENITH STANDARD
$12.50
Univex roll film; 6 exposures 1½"x 1⅛”; between-the-lens shutter, B, T, 1/25 sec. to 1/200 sec.; 2" Univex anastigmat f 4.5 lens manual focusing; body shutter release; dual aperture scale (1 visible from above camera). Price $12.50. Eveready case $3.00.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
UNIVEX ZENITH FLASH MODEL
$15.00
Same as Zenith Standard, except has built-in flash synchronization. Price $15.00. Flash unit available. MFR., Universal Camera Corp.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
UTILO SPECIAL
$59.50
Plate back; filmpack 2¼x3¼"; cut film 6x9 cm.; 10½ cm. Trioplan f 3 lens in Compur shutter, 1 sec. to 1/200 sec., T, B, delayed action; double extension bellows; waist level and eye level finders; groundglass back. Regular equipment—brown saddle leather case, 3 plateholders, filmpack adapter, rising front, bubble level. Price $59.50. DIST., Photo Utilities, Inc.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
WATSON 35 CANDID
$27.50
Similar to Welti (see May Directory), except for black finish and has no accessory clip. Prices, with f 2.9 lens, Prontor shutter, $27.50; with Prontor II shutter, $30.00; with Compur S, $39.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Burke & James.
Agfa Ansco Corp.
WELTUR C
$89.50
Same as Weltur (see May Directory), except makes 16 exposures 1⅝x2¼" or 8 exposures 2¼x3¼". Prices, with Tessar f 4.5 in Compur Rapid shutter, $89.50; with f 3.8 lens $92.50. Eveready case $8.50.
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Since last May, a huge variety of new photographic equipment has appeared on the market. In order to bring its big May, 1939, Directory up to date, POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY lists the new equipment in this supplementary Directory. Much of the information concerning the products was obtained from the manufacturers and distributors, for whose cooperation we are sincerely grateful.
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PRINTING PAPERS
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LIGHT FILTERS
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MOVIE CAMERAS
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Eastman Kodak Co.
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Eastman Kodak Co.
MAGAZINE CINE-KODAK
Same as May listing, except lens extension tube kit now available, permits extra extension of ½, 1, 2, or 4", or 7½" maximum. MFR., Eastman Kodak Co.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO ARISTOCRAT
Description same as in May Directory, with following additions: available interchangeable focusing lenses, 2" f 3.5, f 2.8; available accessories: Hyper Cinor lens attachment for 12½ mm. Taylor-Hobson f 2.5 universal focus lens, doubles angle of lens; focusing alignment gauge to correct for parallax; film rewind device, for lap dissolves and double exposures.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO COMPANION
Description same as in May Directory, except 2" f 3.5, f 2.8 focusing lenses now available; also film rewind device mentioned above, and auxiliary positive viewfinder with interchangeable objectives to match available lenses.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO SPORTSTER
Description same as in May Directory, with following additions: streamlined camera housing; automatic footage indicator; Hyper Cinor attachment available.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO 121
Similar to May listing; Hyper Cinor attachment now available.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO 141-A
$6.00
Similar to May listing; available accessories: direct focusing finder; macroand micro-adaptability; Hyper Cinor for 1" f 2.7 lens; $6.00 case; candid carrying case.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO 141-B
Similar to May listing; operates at 16, 32, 48, and 64 frames per second; Hyper Cinor available for f 1.9 lens.
Eastman Kodak Co.
FILMO 70-DA
Similar to May listing; electric motor drive, positive viewfinders on 3-objective turret and Hyper Cinor attachment now available. MFR., Bell & Howell.
Eastman Kodak Co.
RCA 16 MM SOUND MODEL S.O.F.
$250.00
Description similar to RCA 16 mm. Sound Camera listed in May 1939 Directory; has optional lens equipment, 100 or 400 ft. capacity, 40 ft. spring run, pressure or Veeder footage indicator, reflex focusing. Prices, Newsreel model, from $250.00 up. MFR., RCA Manufacturing Co. DIST., Bass Camera Co.
Eastman Kodak Co.
REVERE C8
$23.95
8 mm silent; capacity 30 ft.; 8, 12, 16, 24. 32, frames per second; rotary shutter, 1/35 sec. speed at 16 frames per second; spring motor drive; positive start; useful spring run 5 ft.; positive visible footage indicator; built-in eye level finder; 12½ mm. Wollensak f 3.5 fixed focus lens; screw mount; built-in exposure guide; stainless steel aperture & film gates. Price $23.95. Other lenses available: ½" fixed focus f 2.7, universal focus f 1.9; 1½" telephoto f 3.5. MFR., Revere Camera Co.
Eastman Kodak Co.
UNIVEX C-8 TURRET MOUNT MODEL
$25.00
Description similar to Univex C-8 in May Directory; has automatic mask for 1½" telephoto lens; available lenses: ½" f 5.6, 4.5, 3.5, 2.7, 1.9, 1" f 3.5, 1½" f 3.5; built-in eye level finder; dial footage indicator; slack film take-up. Price with f 4.5 lens, $25.00. Eveready case $5.00. MFR., Universal Camera Corp.
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ARGUS
$.70
AR1. For film; sinsle solution type; dry, ready to mix; fine grain; rapid development; good temperature tolerance; slightly increased emulsion speed; good shadow detail; excellent keeping qualities; non-sludging, non-staining. Price, bottled, to make 1 qt. of solution, $.70. AR2. For film or paper; dry, ready to mix. Film: medium fine grain, rapid development, good temperature tolerance, normal emulsion speed, good shadow detail and keeping qualities. Paper: bromide, compensates for over and underprinting. Price, bottled, to make 1 qt. of solution, $.45. AR3. For paper; dry, ready to mix; full scale of tones with all contact or projection bromide papers. Price, bottled, to make 1 qt. of solution, $.40. MFR., International Research Corp.
International Research Corp.
BARNUM
$.50
BAR-ATOMIC. For film; chemical development; rapid to gradual dev. time; soft to contrasty; fine grain; temperature tolerance 64“ to 80° F. Price, per 1-qt. bottle of solution, $1.00. BAR-ATOMIC UNIVERSAL. For film and paper. Single solution type; chemical development; rapid dev. time; medium grain; temperature tolerance 60° to 75° F.; normal speed; long scale, preserves shadow detail; concentrated, can be diluted 1 to 4, 8, 16, 32. Price, per 1-qt. bottle (solution) $.50. MFR., Barnum Photographic Products.
International Research Corp.
EASTMAN
$.45
DK-50. For film and plates; dry, ready to mix; average contrast; long life; average dev. time 10 minutes at 65° F. Price per in to make 1 gallon, $.45. DK-60A. Similar to DK-50; for average contrast and maximum speed with fast panchromatic materials. Price, per tin to make 1 gallon, $.55. MFR., Eastman Kodak Co.
International Research Corp.
EDWARDS
$.60
FULTONE. For paper; dry, ready to mix; may be diluted according to contrast desired; oxidizes slowly; warm tones. Price, per can to make 1 qt., $.60. MFR., Edwards Fine Grain Laboratory.
International Research Corp.
GRAPHIC ECONOMY
$.75
LT-17. For film, plates, and paper negatives; dry, ready to mix; single solution type; chemical development; fine grain; temperature tolerance 65° to 80° F.; 8 to 10 minutes dev. time; normal emulsion speed; medium contrast; non-oxidizing, non-deteriorating, keeping qualities excellent. Price, per tin to make ¼ gal., $.75. MANUFACTURER, Graphic Economy Developer Co.
International Research Corp.
HARRIS-SEYBOLDPOTTER
$1.85
REFRACT-O-GRAIN. For film; single solution type, in solution; physical development; ultrafine grain; 12-15 minutes devel. time, at 70° to 85° F.; increased emulsion speed; normal contrast, excellent shadow detail; excellent keeping qualities. Price, 40-oz. bottle, $1.85. MANUFACTURER, Harris-Seybold-Potter Co.
International Research Corp.
HAYNES
$1.30
DIALON. For film; single solution type; dry, ready to mix; medium fine grain; 10 to 11 min. dev. time; temperature tolerance 65° to 80° F.; normal emulsion speed; contrasty; excellent keeping qualities; long tonal scale; 1 qt. gives uniform results on over 25 rolls of 35 mm. film. Price, fibre container to make 1 qt., $1.30. MFR., Haynes Products Co.
International Research Corp.
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC RESEARCH LABS.
$1.00
LEROVISUAL. For paper; dry, ready to mix; warm black tones; good gradation with bromide, chlorobromide, and chloride papers; temperature tolerance 60° to 70° F.; for use in enlarging only; paper dipped in developer, then placed on enlarging easel, develops in about 30 sec.; print thus exposed and developed visually. Price, per 1-qt. package, $1.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Whitville Co.
International Research Corp.
JOMAR
$.05
LIQUID MQ. For paper and film; keeps indefinitely in original tube, good keeping qualities when diluted with 10 oz. of water (for paper) or 32 oz. water (for film); handy size. Price, per tube of liquid, $.05, 6 for $.25. MFR., Jomar Laboratories.
International Research Corp.
KEMP
$1.50
SUPERSPEED 500. Single solution type, in solution; for film; fine grain; chemical development; developing time 4 to 45 minutes; temperature tolerance 65° to 80° F.; gradual or rapid development, soft or contrasty as desired; emulsion speed increased to 5 times normal; good shadow detail; develops as many as 32 rolls of 35 mm. film pet quart; good keeping qualities. Price, 1-qt. bottle, $1.50. MFR., Kemp Camera Supply Co.
International Research Corp.
LAFAYETTE
$.59
MINIGRAIN. For film. Dry, ready-tomix; normal emulsion speed; non-staining; extremely fine grain; temperature tolerance from 65° to 80° F.; controllable contrast; good keeping qualities; time and temperature table supplied to all popular films. Price, powder to make 1 qt., $.59. MFR., Radio Wire Television Inc.
International Research Corp.
MANSFIELD
$.80
MICROGRAIN 85. Similar to May list ing, except now available in dry form ready to mix. Price, per can to make 1 qt., $.80. MANUFACTURER, Mansfield Photo Research Laboratories.
International Research Corp.
MON-BLANC
$3.50
VON-L CONCENTRATE FOR FILM. Single solution type, in solution; combination physical and chemical development; fine grain; rapid development, depending on dilution; temperature tolerance 55° to 85° F.; full tonal scale; excellent keeping qualities; increases emulsion speed 10 times that of film manufacturer's rating, or more if desired. Prices: 4-oz. bottle to make 2 qts. of developer, $1.00; 8-oz. bottle, makes 4 qts., $1.85; 16-oz. bottle makes 8 qts., $3.50. VON-L PRESS CONCENTRATE FOR FILM. Single solution type, in solutionvery fine grain; description similar to above; extra rapid development; increases emulsion speed up to 50 times film manufacturer’s rating. Prices: 8-oz. bottle to make 5½ pints of developer, $2.00; 16-oz. bottle, makes 11 pints, $3.50; 32-oz. bottle, makes 11 qts., $6.50. VON-L CONCENTRATE FOR PAPER. (Medium and Contrast.) Single solution type, in solution; chemical development; cold tones, full scale; rich blacks, clear whites with bromide papers; brown-black tones with chlorobromide papers; not suited to chloride papers; excellent keeping qualities. Prices: 16-oz. bottle to make 9 pints of developer, $1.25; 32-oz. bottle, makes 9 qts., $2.25; 1 gal., makes 9 gals., $8.00. VON-L CONCENTRATE FOR PAPER. (Extra Contrast.) Also for direct positive and reversal motion picture film; single solution type, in solution; chemical development. With m.p. film: fine grain, rapid development, increases emulsion speed up to 10 times film manufacturer's rating, temperature tolerance 68° to 73° F., full scale, good keeping qualities. Paper: increases emulsion speed 3 to 4 times; warm tones, full scale; rich blacks, clear whites, with bromide, chlorobromide, and chloride papers. Prices: 16-oz. bottle to make 9 pints of developer, $1.25; 32-oz. bottle, makes 9 qts., $2.25; 1-gal. bottle, makes 9 gals., $8.00. MFR., Mon-Blanc Chemical Labs.
International Research Corp.
OXFORD
$2.75
OPCO CONCENTRATE 8. For film. Liquid, concentrated; fine grain; developing time from 6 to 23 min., from 65° to 85° F.; normal emulsion speed; gamma of .8 producing full steps of sensitometric strips; normal keeping qualities; maximum resolving power, no grain clustering. Prices: 2-oz. bottle $.50; 8-oz. bottle $.95; 1-qt. bottle $2.75. MFR., Oxford Products Co.
International Research Corp.
WALDEN
$1.85
"R.F.D.” For film; multiple solution type, in solution; fine grain; gradual to rapid developing time, according to temperature (up to 80° F.); normal emulsion speed; shadow detail; excellent keeping qualities; non-toxic; non-staining; high resolving power; not affected by changes in time, temperature or climatic conditions. Prices: 16-oz. bottle of developer and 16-oz. bottle of replenisher (good for 25 rolls of 35 mm film), $1.00 per unit; 32-oz. size (good for at least 50 rolls), $1.85 per unit. 10% higher west of Rockies. MFR., Walden Research Labs.
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ARGUS E2
$16.50
Vertical; 35 mm film only; double condenser illumination, 100-watt Argus inside flashed Opal bulb recommended at 110 volts; camera lens may be used, or 50 mm Argus f 5.6 anastigmat available; 11x14" enlargement obtainable on baseboard; screw focusing; glassless bakelite negative carrier; provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing strip or roll; lamp housing swings to permit bigger enlargements; built-in red focusing screen; snap switch on cord. Price without lens $16.50. Among available accessories—Argus lens and easel. MFR., International Research Corp.
International Research Corp.
BEACONLITE 4x4
$55.00
Vertical; adaptable to horizontal and floor projection also; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 4x4 cm; single condenser illumination; lamp is exposed to open air for ventilation; Beaconlite or No. 211 G.E. lamp recommended, af 110-220 volts; 5.5 cm Belar f 4.5 lens; adapters for miniature camera lenses available; up to 10 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; micrometer focus; glassless bakelite negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; built-in red screen; toggle switch on cord; tilted upright post prevents interference during making of big enlargements. Price with lens, and red-neck Beaconlite lamp (which provides darkroom illumination) $55.00.
International Research Corp.
BEACONLITE 6x6
$69.50
Similar to 4 x 4 cm model; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x2¼"; double condenser illumination; lamphouse construction permits neck of lamp to be exposed for ventilation: 7.5 cm Belar f 4.5 lens, micrometer focusing; glass and bakelite negative carrier, optically flat glass plates prevent Newton's rings; other features same as for 4x4 cm model. Price, with lens, Beaconlite lamp, and set of masks, $69.50. DISTRIBUTOR, Chess-United Co.
International Research Corp.
BOYER MODEL 23 (New Model)
$59.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x3¼"; designed for use as a projector also; double condenser and groundglass illumination; recommended line voltage 110, with G.E. No. 211 75watt lamp; 11x14" enlargement obtainable on baseboard with 2¼x3¼" negative—greater enlargement possible when shorter focal length lenses are used; double rack and pinion focusing; glass sandwich negative carrier (glassless maskholders available, extra); film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; built-in 2¼x3¼" mask; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; panel type switch in base casting; special device takes 2¼x3¼" Speed Graphic lens boards; 2 rod braces to top of post. Price, without lens, $59.50. Among available accessories—holder for glass projection slides, color hood.
International Research Corp.
BOYER MODEL 45 Model )
$139.50
Generally similar to Model 23; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 4 x 5"; has clamp device for Speed Graphic and similar lens boards; 16 x 20" enlargement obtainable on baseboard with 4 x 5" negative and 6" lens; other data same as for Model 23. Price, without lens $139.50. Comes packed in wooden box which serves as permanent case. Among available accessories—color hood for separation neg. prtg.; rotating montage easel. MFR., Boyer Photo Equipment Co.
International Research Corp.
ELWOOD
All models except condenser type now equipped with heat-absorbing glass filter containing air space; replaces groundglass.
International Research Corp.
ELWOOD 8x10 AUTOFOCUS
$450.00
Takes film sizes to 8 x 10"; may be used vertically or horizontally; condensing silvered reflector illumination, with specially constructed light filter; takes 200to 500-watt Opal enlarging bulb, at 32, 110 or 220 volts; 10" f 6.3 B & L Tessar lens, autofocusing; 5" diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; glass sandwich negative carrier; built-in masking device and red screen; footswitch with dimmer, also tumbler switch. Price, including lens, light bulb, paper-holder, $450.00.
International Research Corp.
ELWOOD MODEL BM (New Model)
$18.00
Takes film sizes from 35 mm to 1⅞x2¼"; vertical; single condenser illumination; 100-watt E 21 Opal bulb, at 32, 110, or 220 volts; takes 2 to 3" camera lenses, also Ilex, Laack, B & L, Zeiss, and Wollensak enlarger lenses; 10 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard with 30" upright, 20 diameters with 4' upright; micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier; film advance without removing roll or strip; built-in red screen; switch in cord. Price, without lens, but including baseboard and bulb, $18.00. MFR., Elwood Pattern Works.
International Research Corp.
ELWOOD STUDIO 5x7
$36.50
Similar to May listing, except has new stand with metal slide. Price without lens $36.50.
International Research Corp.
ELWOOD SPECIAL 5x7
$69.00
Similar to May listing, except spring counterbalance has replaced former weight counterbalance. Price without lens $69.00.
International Research Corp.
EXAKT II
$100.00
Vertical; autofocus; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2(¼x2¼"; double condenser illumination; uses 150watt bulb at 110 volts; 9 cm Steinheil Cassar f 4.5 lens; 8 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; glass and metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film mask; film advance without removing roll or strip; built-in red screen. Price with lens $100.00.
International Research Corp.
EXAKT III
$110.00
Similar to Exakt II takes up to 2¼x3¼" film size; 10.5 cm Steinheil Cassar f 4.5 lens, 6.3 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard. Price with lens $110.00.
International Research Corp.
EXAKT IV
$200.00
Similar to Exakt II, takes up to 9 x 12 cm film size; 13.5 cm Steinheil Cassar f 4.5 lens, 6 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard. Price with lens $200.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Henry Herbert.
International Research Corp.
FALCK
$92.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x2¼"; double condenser and flashed opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 110 with 75watt Westinghouse prefocused bulb; lighttrapped escape vents for cooling; 2" or 3" Wollensak Velostigmat f 4.5 lens; 11 to 18 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; rack-and-pinion focusing; glassless metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing strip or roll from carrier; lamp housing swings to permit bigger enlargements; builtin red screen, also accommodates color filters. Prices (including I negative carrier): without lens $70.00; with 2" lens $90.00; with 3" lens $92.50. MANUFACTURER, Advance Electric Co.
International Research Corp.
FEDERAL 230
$34.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x3¼"; single condenser and diffusion illumination; G.E. or Federal No. 211 enlarging bulb recommended at 110 volts; radiating fins for ventilation; 3½" Federal anastigmat f 6.3 lens, microlever focusing; 2" & 3" f 4.5 lenses available; up to 8½ diameters enlargement obtainable on baseboard; glass and metal negative carrier, adjustable pressure lever provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in adjustable masking device; built-in red screen; snap switch in cord. Price with lens and lamp $34.50. Among available accessories—easel, lens boards, condensers, lenses.
International Research Corp.
FEDERAL 245
$39.50
Same as Model 230, but furnished with 3½" Federal anastigmat f 4.5 lens. Price with lens $39.50.
International Research Corp.
FEDERAL 835 FIXED FOCUS
$12.50
Specifications same as in May Directory, except takes film sizes from 35 mm to ½ v.p.; f 13.5 fixed focus lens, with dial diaphragm. Price $12.50. MANUFACTURER, Federal Stamping & Engineering Corp.
International Research Corp.
FILMAREX II
$65.00
Vertical; takes 2¼x2¼" film size; double condenser illumination; 100watt enlarging lamp; 9 cm double anastigmat f 4.5 lens, rack and pinion focusing; up to 7 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; adaptable to 35 mm film; glass sandwich negative carrier; film masks; film advance without removing roll or strip; built-in red screen; snap switch on cord. Price with lens $65.00. Among available accessories—transparent ruby paper holder.
International Research Corp.
FILMARUS O
$32.50
Vertical; takes 35 mm and 3x4 cm film sizes; single condenser illumination; 75-watt enlarging lamp; 5.5 cm anastigmat f 4.5 lens, 8¼ diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; glass sandwich negative carrier; 2 film masks; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch on cord Price $32.50. Transparent ruby paper holder available. DISTRIBUTOR. Medo.
International Research Corp.
KODAK PRECISION
$67.50
Vertical and horizontal; may be used as copy camera (double bellows extension unit permits use as regular camera also); takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x3¼"; double condenser illumination; uses white Opal bulb; heat-absorbing glass and insulating ring provide ventilation; 2 series of lenses available, 2, 3, and 4", all f 4.5: Kodak Projection Anastigmats (for black-and-white), and Kodak Projection Ektars (for color work); micrometer focusing; 11 x 14" enlargements (and bigger) obtainable on baseboard; degree of enlargement shown on inch scale on easel, by means of notches in negative carrier; glassless neg. carrier; built-in red screen. Price without lens $67.50, including stand assembly, bellows assembly, condenser head, No. 212 Mazda bulb, glassless negative carrier. Among available accessories—tilting easel, diffusion disc, exposure meter bracket, light-tight glassless color film carriers with built-in gray scale and 3 color-separation filters, microscopic attachment, lenses, etc. MFR., Eastman Kodak Co.
International Research Corp.
LABORANT 4x5
$165.00
Similar to May listing; has 2½-time bellows extension, permitting reduction of negatives. Price $157.50. On Pacific Coast $165.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Chess-United Co.
International Research Corp.
LUMIMAX (New Model)
$40.00
Similar to May Directory Lumimax listing; vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x2¼"; combination single condenser and Opal diffusion illumination; uses 60-watt bulb at 110 volts; 3" Meyer anastigmat f 4.5 lens, micrometer focusing; 6 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; glass sandwich negative carrier; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; film masks included. Price with lens $40.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Henry Herbert.
International Research Corp.
OPTEX THREE STAR DE LUXE (New Model)
$24.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x3¼"; double condenser or blue Opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 115-120 with 75watt bulb; 3½" f 6.3 lens, with Waterhouse stops; other lenses may be used; micrometer .focusing, glassless metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's .rings; .film masks included; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch on cord; 5" bellows. Price with lens $24.50. Other lenses available, also condensers. MANUFACTURER, Syracuse Manufacturing Corp.
International Research Corp.
OPTEX MODEL 57 (New Model)
$27.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 5 x 7"; blue flashed Opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 115120, with 75-watt special bulb; glass sandwich negative carrier; film masks included; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; built-in red screen; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; micrometer focusing; switch in cord. Price $27.50 without lens. Among available accessories—special lens board for 35 mm use.
International Research Corp.
OPTEX MODEL 58 (New Model)
$36.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 5 x 7"; blue flashed Opal diffusion illumination adaptable to condensers; recommended line voltage 115-120; micrometer focusing; combination glass and metal sandwich negative carrier, provides against Newton's Rings; masks for all film sizes; built-in red screen; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; switch in cord. Price without lens, incl. special 75-watt bulb, $36.50. With miniature attachment, $51.50. Among available accessories—miniature attachment, chromatic attachment, etc.
International Research Corp.
OPTEX MODEL 60 (New Model)
$52.50
Vertical; cantilever type; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼x3¼”; double condenser and blue Opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 115-120 with 75-watt special coated bulb; 3" f 4.5 lens, stops down to f 16, or other lenses may be used; micrometer and cantilever focusing; metal glassless negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film masks included; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; control switch on cord; film advance without removing roll or strip for carrier: Price, with lens, bulb, etc., $52.50. Other lenses available.
International Research Corp.
PHOTRIX 22
$69.50
Vertical, may be used horizontally; takes film sizes from 1x1" to 2¼ x 2¼" (2¼“ square field on 2¼ x 3¼" film); double condenser and variable groundglass diffusion illumination; 6-volt 50 candle semi-frosted bulb, no heat problem; 110 volts, A.C.; 3" Wollensak f 3.5 or f 4.5 lenses available, camera lens may be used; up to 16 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip or lessening tension; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in orange screen; 5-ply laminated baseboard, covered with Masonite; head counterbalanced by spring motor, no weights; switch on cord. Price, without lens $69.50. DIST., Intercontinental Marketing Corp.
International Research Corp.
SKINNER RESTITUTIONAL
$99.50
2¼ x 3¼ Model Vertical; takes film sizes from ¾" x 1" to 2¼" x 3¼"; double condenser illumination; 75-watt enlarging bulb at 110-120 volts recommended; ribbed lamp-house ventilation; no lens furnished; micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier; mask for 2¼" x 3¼" film size; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier: lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red focusing screen; tumbler switch in cord; restitutional adjustment permits tilting negative without disturbing enlarger position. Price . without lens $99.50. Among available accessories—masks for all negatives sizes up to 2¼ x 3¼, rapid 35 mm mask. 4x5 Model Specifications similar to those for 2¼ x 3¼ model, except takes film sizes from 35 mm to 4 x 5". Price without lens $179.50. MFR., C. R. Skinner Manufacturing Co.
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SOLAR 57
$52.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 2¼ x 3¼” to 5 x 7"; groundglass diffusion illumination; recommended lamp, 100-watt enlarging, at 110 volts; doublo-jacketed lamp house for ventilation; optional lens equipment, from 3 to 7" focal length; up to 16 x 20" enlargement obtainable on baseboard; rack and pinion focusing; metal negative carrier provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier: lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch in cord, also footswitch. Price, without lens, but with footswitch, $52.50.
International Research Corp.
SOLAR JUNIOR
$39.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to ½ V.P.; double condenser illumination; 60-watt Opal lamp recommended at 110 volts; double-jacketed lamp house for ventilation; 2" Wollensak f 4.5 anastigmat lens (other lenses available), rack and pinion focus; 16 x 20" enlargement from 35 mm negative obtainable on baseboard; metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings: film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch in power line. Price, including lens, film mask, and bulb, $39.50. MFR., Burke and James.
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SUN RAY MASTERCRAFT
$42.50
Vertical, takes film sizes from single frame 35 mm to 2¼ x 3¼"; double condenser and flashed Opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 110-120, with No. 211 Opal enlarging bulb; camera lens may be used; rack and pinion focusing; 10 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; adjustable built-in masking device; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; switch on cord. Prices: without lens $32.50; with 3½" f 6.3 Ilex lens, S37.50; with 3½" f 4.5 Wollensak lens, $42.50.
International Research Corp.
SUN RAY ARNOLD MODEL A
$75.00
Vertical; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼ x 3¼"; double condenser and flashed Opal diffusion illumination; recommended line voltage 110120, with No. 211 Opal enlarging bulb; camera lens may be used; rack and pinion focus; builtin masking device; film advance without removing strip or roll from carrier; built-in red screen; up to 20 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; Price, without lens $65.00; with 3½" Wollensak f 4.5 lens, $75.00.
International Research Corp.
SUN RAY GRANT SENIOR
$52.50
Vertical or horizontal; takes any film size up to 2¼ x 2¼"; may be used as projector; double condenser and diffusion illumination; No. 211 Opal bulb recommended; 10 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard; rack and pinion focusing; metal negative carrier, film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch on cord. Prices: without lens $42.50; with 3" Wollensak f 4.5, $52.50. MANUFACTURER, Sun Ray Photo Co., Inc.
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VERTILARGER A
$29.00
Vertical; takes film sizes from 36 x 36 mm to 2¼ x 2¼"; single condenser and diffusion illumination; 200-watt bulb recommended, 3-way ventilation; approximately 16 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard when 2" lens is used; micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; switch on baseboard. Price, without lens, $29.00. DISTRIBUTOR, Carlyllian Co.
International Research Corp.
SPEED-MASK (Improved Model)
$67.50
Description same as May Directory listing, with following exceptions: square upright post, 4 Vbearings; bracket is carried up and down post by means of steel cable and pulley, no_ sway or vibration; built-in adjustable revolving mask; focusing quicker and more precise. Prices: with 2" Wollensak f 4.5, $64.50; with 3½" Wollensak f 4.5, $67.50. Prices $3.00 higher on West Coast. MANUFACTURER, American Photo Products.
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UNIVEX MICROGRAPHIC
$27.50
Vertical; takes film sizes from ¾" x 31/32" to 1 5/32 x 1⅝" double condenser illumination; 75watt Opal bulb recommended, at 105-115 volts; 35 mm f 3.5 Wollensak or 2" Ilex f 4.5 lenses available; will take Univex Mercury lens; micrometer focusing; 16 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard with 35 mm lens; metal negative carrier; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; single and double frame 35 mm masks; toggle switch in cord; friction clamp on film, friction drag on focusing head; heavy 1¼" diameter column; 5-ply baseboard. Price without lens $27.50. Among available accessories—copying head, extension tubes, easel. MFR., Universal Camera Corp.
International Research Corp.
VERTILARGER B (New Model)
$35.00
Vertical; takes 3¼ x 3¼" negatives; double condenser and diffusion illuminations; 250-watt bulb recommended at line voltage of 115; 3-way ventilation; 10 diameter enlargement obtainable on baseboard when 3" lens is used; rapid and micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; film advance without removing roll or strip from carrier; built-in red screen; baseboard switch; all aluminum lens unit; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements with special adaptation. Price without lens $35.00. Among available accessories—Vertilarger footswitch, iris lens adapter, wall bracket adaptation for giant enlargements, lenses.
International Research Corp.
VERTILAGER C (New Model)
$45.00
Vertical; takes film sizes up to 4¼ x 4¼"; double condenser and diffusion illumination; 250or 500watt bulb recommended; 3-way ventilation; 8 diameter enlargement regularly obtainable on baseboard, up to 25 diameters with shorter focus lenses; micrometer focusing; metal negative carrier, provides against Newton's rings; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen. Price, without lens $45.00. Among available accessories—Vertilarger footswitch, wall bracket, lenses. DISTRIBUTOR, Carlyllian Co.
International Research Corp.
WILLOETTE
$39.50
Vertical, may be used horizontally; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 2¼ x 3¼"; double condenser illumination; 75-watt Opal bulb; recommended line voltage 115; uses any 2" to 4" lens; rack and pinion focusing; metal negative carrier; film advance without removing roll or strip; lamp housing adjustable for bigger enlargements; built-in red screen; baseboard switch; drawer for holding paper; negative masks included. Price without lens $39.50. DIST., Willoughbys.
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ABBEY ELECTRI CAMERA
$8.75
For box cameras, at speeds from 1/25 sec. to 1/100 sec. Price with 5" adjustable chrome mirror, extension cord, battery case, etc., $8.75. Among available accessories—remote control, extension cord.
Abbey Photo Corp
ABBEY FLASHGUN
$20.75
Super Press Model. For betweenthe-lens shutters at speeds from 1/25 sec. to 1/500 sec.; safety release switch; extra outlet; magnetic tripper is integral part of the camera. Price with adjustable chrome mirror, extension cord, battery case, $18.75. Among available accessories—remote control, multiple flash unit, clamp extension, rangefinder bracket, extension cords. Autoset Model. For between-thelens shutters at speeds from 1/25 sec. to 1/500 sec.; satisfactorily adapted to focal plane shutters on Leica and Contax, at speeds from 1/100 sec. to 1/1250 sec.; self-setting, requires no cocking between shots. Price, inch 5" adjustable chrome mirror, extension cord, 2-cell battery case, $14.75. Extension cords available. “M/M” Model. Similar to May listing; for between-the-lens shutters on Super Ikonta B, Retina, Duo Six-20, Rolleiflex, Rolleicord, at speeds from 1/25 sec. to 1/100 sec.; adaptable to focal plane shutters on Leica, Contax, and Ernemann, at speeds from 1/100 sec. to 1/250 sec.; all-electric control. Price $20.75.
Abbey Photo Corp
ABBEY BACK SHUTTER SYNCHRONIZER
$12.00
For focal plane shutters on 3¼ x 4¼ or 4 x 5 Speed Graphics, at speeds from 1/400 sec. to 1/1000 sec.; adjustable chrome mirror; safety cut-out, prevents accidental firing of bulbs; non-braking; fully adjustable. Price, including mirror, battery case for 2 or 3 cells, extension cord, $12.00. Installation, $3.00. MFR., Abbey Photo Corp.
Abbey Photo Corp
FEDCO FLASH
$5.95
For between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1/50 to 1/500 sec.; can be adapted to many focal plane shutters at speeds from 1/200 to 1/1000 sec.; self-cocking. easily synchronized; easy insertion and removal of bulbs; small, compact. Price, with 5 or 6" adjustable reflector, $5.95. MFR., Fedco Products.
Abbey Photo Corp
FLASH KING
$8.50
Model B. For between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1/50 sec. to 1/400 sec.; adaptable to focal plane shutters on Leica, Contax, Foth Derby, Pilot, etc., at speeds from 1/100 sec. up (with No. 16 Mazda or Press 40M Superflash bulbs), or from 1/200 sec. up (with No. 7 Mazda or No. 0 Superflash bulbs); 5" adjustable polished reflector. Price $7.50. Model BC. Similar to Model B except has cord and plug for back shutter of 2¼ x 3¼ Speed Graphic; front shutter speeds from 1/50 sec. to 1/400 sec.; back shutter speeds from 1/200 sec. to 1/1000 sec. Price $8.50. MFR., Western Photographic Manufacturing Co.
Abbey Photo Corp
GOODSPEED
$13.50
Universal, self-cocking; instantly attached or detached; trips shutter with finger pressure; parabolic reflector; bulb ejector, adjustable bulb socket; plug-in socket for remote lighting. Price $13.50. MFR., Goodspeed, Inc.
Abbey Photo Corp
KALART SISTOGUN
$12.00
For focal plane shutters on 3¼ x 4¼ and 4x5 Speed Graphics; recommended speeds 1/350 to 1/1000 sec., with No. 31 Mazda and No. 2A Superflash lamps; fits under winding key of focal plane shutter, may be used with same battery case and reflector as used with front shutter synchronizer. Price $12.00. (Kalart 4½) volt battery case, with battery, reflector, and turret mount available at $5.00.) MFR., the Kalart Co.
Abbey Photo Corp
JACOBSON
$25.00
Model 3. For Compur or other between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1/10 sec. to 1/200 sec.; permanently mounted on lens board; special magnet "pushes” shutter release, protects shutter, minimizes camera motion. Price, for 3¼ x 4¼ Speed Graphic, with 30" cable, and shutter stop $17.50. With 3-cell battery case and 7" reflector $25.00. Among available accessories—extra synchronizer cap, 5" reflector, 6' extension with bayonet connectors, 3' battery case cord, shutter stop to permit focusing. Model 4. Same as Model 3, but for 4x5 Speed Graphic. Same price. For 2¼x3¼ Speed Graphic. Synchronizes focal plane shutter at speeds from 1/10 sec. to 1/1000 sec. Price with 5" diffused reflector, mounting bracket, $8.00. For Contax I, II, III. Synchronizes at speeds from 1/50 sec. to 1/1250 sec.; becomes integral part of camera, operates itself; need not be removed for making pictures without flash lamps. Specify which model Contax is to be fitted. Prices, for Model I, II, and III, including battery case mounting bracket, 5" diffused reflector, $25.00. Among available accessories;—7" reflector, special battery case with extra connection for additional bulbs. For Leica. Synchronizes at speeds from 1/50 sec. to 1/1000 sec.; same specifications and available accessories as for Contax models. Price $25.00. For Exakta. Synchronizes at speeds from 1/50 to 1/1000 sec.; may be mounted on camera with special bracket. Price, with 5" diffused reflector, and mounting bracket, $10.00. Price of 7" reflector alone, $1.50. For Recomar 18. Synchronizes with Compur or other between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1 sec. to 1/250 sec.; quick mounting with single locking set screw, always in synchronization; special magnet “pushes" shutter release, protects shutter, minimizes camera motion. Price with 2-cell battery case, 5" diffused reflector, $25.00. Among available accessories—7" reflector, extra synchronizer cap. For Recomar 33. Same specifications as for Recomar 18, except synchronizes to 1/200 sec. Price $25.00. Multiflash Synchronizer. Synchronizes with between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1/10 to 1/200 sec.; operates with 3 standard flashlight cells in conjunction with 110 volts or 6-volt storage battery; ties in with camera shutter when used with Jacobson Models 3 and 4; hand switch sets off as many as 50 bulbs and synchronizer simultaneously; bulb and battery testing circuits; heavy duty switch permits using Photofloods for testing lighting; load is independent of timing device; 10 outlets, each capable of handling 5 lights. Price, in instrument box, $75.00. MFR., Irving Mfg. Co.
Abbey Photo Corp
LEY
$5.00
Specially for Argus Models C and C-2; synchronizes at speeds up to 1/300 sec.; 7" adj. aplanatic reflector; quick-change socket; battery case; synchronizing switch. Price, with batteries, $5.00. MFR., Ley Photolite Co.
Abbey Photo Corp
MENDELSOHN SPEEDGUN
Universal Model. For all focusing ype bed cameras, Rolleicord, old model Rolleiflex, all Compur or double-action shutters, all Speed Graphics with either built-in focal plane synchronization or Speedgun G-2. Price, with 1” adjustable aplanatic reflector, 2-piece battery case, L-arm, 3 battery cells, moisture-proof soft pouch, $25.00. DIST., S. Mendelsohn. Model C DeLuxe Jr. For 2¼ x 3¼ Speed Graphics; synchronizes with front shutter at speeas from 1 sec. to 1/500 sec.; also with focal plane shutter; has built-in outlets for cable release operation, remote control, tandem bulbs, or multiflash. Price, including battery case, tripper, mounting clips, 3 batteries, moisture-proof soft pouch, and 5" adjustable aplanatic reflector, $19.00. With 7" reflector, $20.00. Among available accessories—3, 10, and 20' extension cords, 20' electrical remote control, focusing spotlight, tandem socket extension, multiflash assembly for firing up to 8 lamps. DIST., Folmer Graflex Corp. Model C DeLuxe. For all Speed Graphics except 2¼ x 3¼; synchronizes with front shutter at speeds from 1 sec. to 1/500 sec.; with focal plane shutter if synchronization is built-in or if Speedgun Model G-2 is installed; tripper slides on track on lensboard, has dial to adjust for various bulbs and current strengths, and for synchronizing several shutters with one tripper. Price including battery case, tripper, mounting attachments, 3 batteries, moisture-proof soft pouch, 5" adjustable aplanatic reflector, $16.00. With 7" reflector $17.00. Available accessories similar to above. DIST., S. Mendelsohn. Model L-2. For all Leicas with builtin rangefinder; synchronizes at shutter speeds from 1/60 sec. to 1/1000 sec.; slips into accessory clip; nothing to set or wind up; automatic bulb ejector; built-in outlets for tandem firing or for extra batteries for multiflash work. Price, complete with 5" aplanatic adjustable reflector, 2 batteries, moisture-proof soft pouch, $25.00. Among available accessories—extension cords of various lengths, tandem assemblies, multiflash. Model ZC-2. For Contax II; synchronizes at shutter speeds from 1/30 sec. to 1/1250 sec.; slips into accessory clip; nothing to set or wind up; similar to Model L-2, same accessories available. Price, complete with 5" aplanatic adjustable reflector, 2 batteries, moistureproof pouch, $25.00. Model ZC-3. Same as Model ZC-2, but for use with Contax III. Price $25.00. Model B-R. For cameras such as Super Ikonta B, Retina II, Duo Six-20, and others with body shutter release button; synchronizes with Compur or other between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1 sec. to 1/500 sec.; attaches to tripod socket by means of L-arm; 2-cell battery case, with built-in outlets for remote control, cable release operation, tandem firing, multiflash, etc. Price, with L-arm, battery case, tripping unit, 5" aplanatic adjustable reflector, 2 batteries, soft moisture-proof pouch, $19.50. Available accessories similar to those for Model C De Luxe. For Korclle Reflex. Synchronizes at speeds from 1/200 sec. up; small synchronizing switch built directly into camera remains in place at all times, does not interfere with other use of camera; 2-cell battery case with built-in tandem outlets. Price, including 7" aplanatic adjustable reflector, installation of synchronizing switch, batteries and case, soft moisture-proof pouch, $17.50. Among available accessories—extension cords, tandem sockets with adjustable reflectors and 20' cords, segment for attaching extra cell to battery case. For Exakta. Battery case and reflector unit to work with synchronized Exakta cameras. Price, including 7" aplanatic adjustable reflector, L-arm, connecting cord, tandem facilities on battery case, $14.00. Available accessories similar to above. DIST., S. Mendelsohn. For Automatic and New Standard Rolleiflex. Synchronizes at speeds from 1 sec. to 1/500 sec. Other data same as for Agfa Memo model, except has 1" adjustable aplanatic reflector Price $22.50. DIST., S. Mendelsohn. For Kodak Bantam Special. General description same as for Rolleiflex model; attaches to tripod socket of camera; 5" adjustable aplanatic reflector. Price, complete, $17.50. DIST., S. Mendelsohn. For Agfa Memo. Synchronizes at speeds from 1 sec. to 1/200 sec.; tripper works finger release of camera; 2-cell battery case with built-in outlets for remote control, cable release operation, tandem bulbs, multiflash assembly. Price, with battery case, 2 batteries, tripper, 5" adjustable aplanatic reflector, soft moisture-proof pouch, $14.50. Available accessories same as for Model C De Luxe. DIST., Agfa Ansco Corp. For Plaubel Makina. General description same as above; 7" adjustable aplanatic reflector. Price $25.00. DIST., S. Mendelsohn.
Abbey Photo Corp
MINIFLASH
$2.50
For between-the-lens shutters at speeds from 1/25 to 1/500 sec.; can be adapted to focal plane shutters on Leica, Contax, Korelle Reflex, National Grafiex, Foth Derby, at speeds from 1/200 sec. to 1/1000 sec.; synchronization adjustable; collapsible 5" aplanatic reflector; cliptype bulb grips (bulb removable without touching glass). Price $12.50. Leather case $2.50. Among available accessories—cable releases, extension cord, brackets, accessory tips for various cameras, etc. MFR., Berman-Meyers, Inc.
Abbey Photo Corp
SMEATON MODEL GX-2 SYNCHROFLASHER
$15.00
Description similar to Smeaton Synchroflasher in May Directory; for 4 x 5 (or smaller) old model Auto Graflex; extension to battery case furnished and battery case rewired with needed outlet. Price installed $15.00. MFR., R. W. Smeaton.
Abbey Photo Corp
SURE-SHOT MODEL B
$6.00
Synchronizes between-the-lens shutters of the cocked type without presynchronization at speeds from 1/25 sec. to 1/75 sec.; attaches to tripod socket, no connection to cable release; 6" highly polished aluminum adjustable reflector. Price, complete with battery case and reflector, $6.00. MFR., E. L. Deeter Laboratory.
Abbey Photo Corp
ULRICH
$6.00
Model 2. (Improved). For between-thelens shutters at all speeds; adaptable to Leica and other focal plane shutters where cable release and long peak flashbulbs are used; 5" adjustable aluminum reflector; no wires; small, compact. Price $6.00. For Argus C-2 and Leica. Synchronizes at all shutter speeds; no cable release required; 5" adjustable aluminum reflector; small, compact. Price, Model 5A (for Argus), or Model 5L (for Leica), $6.00. MFR., P. D. Ulrich & Co.
Abbey Photo Corp
VICTOR SPEED-O-MATIC
$8.75
For pre-set or automatic between-thelens shutters using cable release; synchronizes at shutter speeds up to 1/500 sec.; 6" adjustable polished reflector; wire shutter release furnished according to type of shutter. Price complete $8.75. MFR., Jas. H. Smith & Sons Corp.
Abbey Photo Corp
ZENITH
Same as May listing, except synchronizes to 1/300 sec. MFR., S. G. Thorner.
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CURTIS COLOR PRINTER
$50.00
Metal and wood construction; made specially for color separation; permits making 3 perfectly balanced negatives with equal exposures; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 4 x 5"; uses 25-watt color-matched white bulb, at 105-120 volts; point-source lighting; push-switch on instrument panel; double-hinged feltcushioned pressure plate; filter for making negative control mask; white light aperture for contact color printing; positive voltage control to maintain correct color temperature. Kit of completely finished parts, ready to assemble, including voltmeter, voltage control, cord, switch, aluminum hinge, 2 plate mirrors, special lamp, socket, 4 filters, filter wheel, lacquer, metal parts, nails, screws, etc. Price: $16.50. Price, completely assembled: ready to use, $50.00. MFR., Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories.
Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories
HILL PRINTER
$3.00
Wood construction; takes film sizes from 1x1 " to 4 x 6"; 20-watt household bulb at 110 volts; automatic switch; built-in adjustable border masks; double-hinged rubber-cushioned pressure plate; comes as partially assembled kit, with mask and sponge rubber pressure plate completely assembled. Price: $3.00. MFR., Brooks Hill.
Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories
KAIKO PROFESSIONAL
$19.75
All metal; takes film sizes from 35 mm to 5 x 7"; for table use, sets at an angle; uses two 50or 75-watt white bulbs; groundglass and flashed Opal glass diffusion; automatic switch; adjustable border masks,built-in safelight window; doublehinged felt pressure plate. Price, including ruby bulb: $19.75. MFR., Kaiko Photo Products.
Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories
REXO 5x7
$8.50
Metal and wood construction; takes film sizes up to 5 x 7"; groundglass diffusion, takes 2 white bulbs and safelight; built-in adjustable masks; rubber cushion pressure plate; automatic switch. Price, without bulbs: $8.50. DISTRIBUTOR, Burke & James.
Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories
TALBOTT 35 MM STRIP PRINTING SET
$1.50
For 35 mm strips only; heavy matboard frame, enameled metal lamp housing; uses 7½-watt Mazda bulb. Price: $1.50. MFR., Sprague Talbott.
Thos. S. Curtis Laboratories
VICEROY 4x5 PRINTER
$4.95
All metal, takes negatives from 35 mm to 4 x 5"; uses 1 frosted white 25-watt bulb; border masks built-in on one side, adjustable on one side; double-hinged rubber-cushioned pressure plate; built-in safelight window and dual purpose safelight; has light shutter instead of switch. Price, without bulbs: $4.95. MFR., Albert Specialty Co.
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ADHESIVES Radio Wire Television, Inc. AGITATORS, TANK Albert Specialty Co. Oxford Products Co., Inc. ALBUMS Sellars & Co. BROMOIL SUPPLIES Photo Utilities, Inc. CHEMICALS Mansfield Photo Research Labs. COLOR PRINTING ACCESSORIES National Photocolor Corp.
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CANDID CAMERA CORP.
PERFEX VU-or-PROJECT
CANDID CAMERA CORP.
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