Issue: 19551001

Saturday, October 1, 1955
October
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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPH
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0001.xml
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2,3
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ANSCO: ANSCOCHROME
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ANSCO
ANSCOCHROME
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0002.xml
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4
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Advertisements
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Argus Cameras, Inc.
argus c-4
Argus Cameras, Inc.
argus C-3
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0003.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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BROCKWAY
m-2 model
BROCKWAY
m-3 model
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0004.xml
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8
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Canon
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Canon
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0005.xml
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8,10
letters to the editor
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letters to the editor
A Hassle Down Under
Optical Glass Filters for Color
A Little Room, Please...
Portraiture of the Young
We Meant to Say...
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Enclosed you will find a photo of a ticket for the Olympic Games 1956 in Melbourne, Australia. The printed prohibition (a section of which is reproduced below) on the back of the ticket of the taking of pictures is contrary to the international efforts to make the great occasion of the Olympic Games also a photographic festifor all.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0006.xml
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9
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Advertisements
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WOLLENSAK OPTICAL CO.
8mm, 16mm CINE RAPTARS
WOLLENSAK OPTICAL CO.
WIDE ANGLE RAP TARS
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0007.xml
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10,11
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPH
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPH
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0008.xml
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12
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0009.xml
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13
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MINIFILM CAMERA C0RP.
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MINIFILM CAMERA C0RP.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0010.xml
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14,16,20
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tools and tecniques
A round-up of recent developments and significant trends
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Norman C. Lipton
Robot Royal 400. The first miniature camera incorporating an oversize film magazine to reach the market since the 250-exposure Leica Model FF was discontinued in 1940 is the Robot Royal 400 Shot Camera now being distributed nationally by the Intercontinental Marketing Corp. of New York.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0011.xml
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14
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Pavelle Color: 35mm COLOR FILM
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Pavelle Color
35mm COLOR FILM
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0012.xml
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15
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CINEMA LENS CO.: VISTASCOPE
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CINEMA LENS CO.
VISTASCOPE
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0013.xml
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16
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Advertisements
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PRAKTICON CO., INC.
AUTOMATIC PENTACON
PRAKTICON CO., INC.
THE AUTOMATIC PRAKTIFLEX FX
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0014.xml
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17
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Carl Zeiss, Inc.
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Carl Zeiss, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0015.xml
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18
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Advertisements
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VOIGTLANDER
SKOPARON 1/3.5
VOIGTLANDER
DYNARON 1/4.5
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0016.xml
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19
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Godfrey Corporation
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Godfrey Corporation
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0017.xml
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20
20
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Minolta
Minolta AUTOCORD
Minolta
Minoltacord
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0018.xml
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21
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0019.xml
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22
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Dowling's
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Dowling's
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0020.xml
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23,24,25
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Dowling's
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Dowling's
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0021.xml
article
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26
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color clinic
A famous technician solves your problems
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David B. Eisendrath
I have recently returned from a vacation and have some terrific color pictures I shot with my Medalist on Ektachrome. How can I make black-andwhites in my own darkroom?—R. B. V., Cincinnati, Ohio. This is a question that comes in every month.
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COLOR KING LABS
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COLOR KING LABS
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0023.xml
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27
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WIRGIN BROTHERS: EDIXA COUPLED RANGEFINDER MODEL C
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WIRGIN BROTHERS
EDIXA COUPLED RANGEFINDER MODEL C
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0024.xml
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28
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American Optical
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American Optical
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0025.xml
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29,30,31
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PEERLESS
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PEERLESS
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0026.xml
article
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32
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stereo today
View-Master Circuit Opens
Exhibitions Under Way
Shutter-cocking Slide-bar
Backward Depth Effects
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Robert L. McIntyre
Fans who use the View-Master stereo system, taking 12 x 13-mm transparencies for mounting in disks that hold seven pairs each, have been hard pressed to find ways of participating in international stereo activities. Nearly all are geared to the 1⅝ × 4-inch slide standard, except for a few of the exhibitions.
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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WILLOUGHBYS
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WILLOUGHBYS
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0030.xml
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35
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E. LEITZ, INC.: BRAUN Hobby
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E. LEITZ, INC.
BRAUN Hobby
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0031.xml
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36
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0032.xml
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37
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Advertisement: POLYPIX
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POLYPIX
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0033.xml
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38
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Linhol Corporation
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Linhol Corporation
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0034.xml
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39
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THE ACADEMY OF PRACTICAL PHOTOGRAPHY, INC.
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THE ACADEMY OF PRACTICAL PHOTOGRAPHY, INC.
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40
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0036.xml
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41
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Bolex
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Bolex
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0037.xml
article
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42,46
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camera clubs
Here We Go Again
Shigeta to Lead Japan Tour
Postal Clubs Interest British
Correspondence Wanted
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Whit Hillyer
The Faithful who gather with me here each month know that I believe photography is—or can be—a true art form. I’ve battled the opposition in this corner repeatedly. But it’s not easy to defend the position when I see what I’ve defended as an art form turned into a production-line affair.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0038.xml
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42
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0039.xml
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43
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CHARLES Beseler COMPANY
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CHARLES Beseler COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0040.xml
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44
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE, INC.
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0041.xml
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45
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NIKON Incorporated
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NIKON Incorporated
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0042.xml
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46
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Tiffen MARKETING CO.
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Tiffen MARKETING CO.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0043.xml
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46
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Olden
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Olden
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0044.xml
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47
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0045.xml
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48
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PENN
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PENN
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49
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50,51
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GRAFLEX
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GRAFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0048.xml
article
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52
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candid shots
Got Your ANNUAL Yet?
TV and You, by One Who Knows
Another Moon Picture
It's PSA Convention Month
Flash in the Sky
Silver Anniversary for Eisens
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the editors
The 1956 edition of Photography ANNUAL went on sale in August, and copies are disappearing from newsstand counters at a great rate. If you don’t already have one, you’d better slip down to your newsdealer, palm him a buck, and nod in the direction of that smart gold-bound book.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0049.xml
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53
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0050.xml
article
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54,55,151,152
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I'm sick of available-light phatagraphy!
The Photography Editor of the New York Post sounds off on a controversial subject
INTENSIFICATION
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John Adam Knight
I DON’ I know how others feel about it, but I’m getting pretty sick of the current overemphasis on available-light photography. Mind you, I have no prejudice against this kind of picture-making. In fact, I have been doing it myself for some thirty years.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0051.xml
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56,57,58,59,60,61,120,122
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Do-it-Yourself darkroom
Here is a four-wall view of print room
Here are 10 useful print-room ideas you can adopt for your own darkroom
Here is a four-wall view of the film room
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JOSEPHINE VON MIKLOS
The current trend toward do-it-yourself has placed hundreds of items and kits on the market that can be utilized by both the amateur and the professional photographer in building or improving his darkroom. Before starting to convert my basement into a two-room darkroom, I studied for some time the various items available in hardware and department stores and then bought the most practical and useful.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0052.xml
article
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62,63,129
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Motion
Walter Strate’s experiments with controlled shutter speeds produce photographs that capture the essence of movement by contrasting sharpness and blur
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MILDRED STAGG
QUESTION: should an action photograph be sharp all over, or should it be blurred to give the visual effect of the motion? For years photographers have been answering this problem in various ways. High shutter speeds, oblique camera angles, and high-speed electronic flash have all been used to stop action and thereby produce pictures sharp as a tack.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0053.xml
article
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64,65,135,136,137
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The Aristo HI Grid Lamp
An efficient cold-cathode source for small-camera negatives
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BOB SCHWALB
Some time ago a friend called at night to say he was in the mid printing a set of due editor's desk the following morning his enlarger lamp had burned out. O he come over and use my enlarge said he could and asked that he along the prints that he had al made, along with the negatives.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0054.xml
article
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66,67,68,69,106,108,110
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Cover your town for TV
Here are four techniques you can use
Cameraman Racies covers a special Connecticut-t New York 'Zoo Train'
Signs quickly label locale of shooting...
on the train while traveling . . .
Racies shots in train station . . .
. . . and at New York’s Bronx Zoo
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CHESTER BURGER
YOU won’t get rich selling your homemovie films to television networks and local stations, and you probably won’t sec your credit line emblazoned across the nation’s television screens, either. (TV rarely gives the cameraman a credit.) But with a little thinking, and some photographic know-how, you may find a real source of satisfaction in selling occasional news-film stories to a market that hasn’t yet been tapped by amateur movie fans.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0055.xml
article
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70,71,124,125,126,128
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Color prints from you transparencies
color series part 5
Not all slides make good prints This article will help you to choose those that wil
Viewing and judging
How to shoot
Original vs. reproduction
Overexposed transparencies
Underexposed transparencies
Contrasty transparencies
Off-color transparencies
Monochromatic transparencies
Preparation of slides for printing
Types of color prints
Displaying prints
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NORMAN ROTHSCHILD
FOR FAST and facile viewing of your color efforts, prints are a most convenient form, especially if there’s no projector handy. Whether you want to be able to whip a family portrait out ol your wallet, embellish some blank walls, or fill an empty picture frame, there’s a size for your purpose.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0056.xml
article
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72,73,74,75
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Moon pictures
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To prove that picture-taking doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down, we present a group of extraordinary moonlight shots. Some show the moon itself; some make use of the moon as a spotlight; some only look as if they were made by moonlight, but they were really made before the sun faded in the west.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0057.xml
article
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76,77,78,81,142,143
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How to make perfect negatives
Here are some key facts about grain an sharpness, developing methods and inspection techniques
how to control grain
Grain is no problem if you choose the right film and developer, avoid excess density
Three causes of unsharp negatives
how to control sharpness
basic developing methods
developing by inspection
the final steps
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JOSEPH FOLDES
IN THE first two articles of this series you learned the basic facts about negative density and how to control it (POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, June, 1955) and negative contrast (July, 1955). This concluding article covers the problems of grain and sharpness, and graphically demonstrates processing methods which will help you improve the quality of your negatives.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0058.xml
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DEVELOPING METHODS
Sheet film in tray
Sheet film in tanks
Roll film in tray
Roll film in tank
Here’s an easy way to learn inspection development
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0059.xml
article
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80
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SAMPLE NEGATIVES
Density comparisons
Contrast—normal and excessive
Contrast—normal and too little
Light and dark backgrounds
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0060.xml
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81
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FINAL STEPS
Washing
Drying
Storing
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0061.xml
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82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90
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ALFRED EISENTSTAEDT
25 Years of photography
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FEW PHOTOGRAPHERS ever achieve the measure of fame meted out to successful authors and painters, but if any photographer’s name is a household word it is Alfred Eisenstaedt’s—and for good reason. During the past quarter century this friendly, tireless little man—"Eisie" to his legion of friends—has carried his beloved Leicas almost everywhere, witnessing the decisive events of a stormy era, and recording the people, great and small, who participated in them.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0062.xml
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91,92,93,138,139,140,141
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The wonderful eye of Alfred Eisenstaedt
Itinerary for Eisenstaedt Exhibit
What You Can Learn From Alfred Eisenstaedt
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STANLEY RAYFIELD
THERE is nothing unusual about the eye of Alfred Eisenstaedt. It’s a friendly, brown eye that looks at you steadily from an impassive face. You’d never be conscious of any occult power behind it. In fact, you’d regard that eye—if you regarded it at all—as a very normal eye indeed.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0063.xml
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94,95
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0064.xml
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96,97,98,101,102,150
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new: Micromat-Color 35-mm enlarger
A report on an all-new, functionally designed Italian import—intended to match the precision of modern miniature cameras
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DAN BECKER
WARNING! All old established names in enlarger manufacture who feel they have a 35-mm design that needs no improvement: Take heed! The new enlarger import hot off the Italian design-boards, the Durst Micromat-Color, introduces a unique combination of many desirable features.
PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0065.xml
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98
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ENTECO INDUTRIES, INC.
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ENTECO INDUTRIES, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0066.xml
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99
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.: Rolleiflex
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
Rolleiflex
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100,101
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Advertisements
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GRAND CENTRAL
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102
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP
MATADOR
ALLIED IMPEX CORP
REPORTER I
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103
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES: BFi No. 80 ONE-MINUTE FILM DEVELOPER
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
BFi No. 80 ONE-MINUTE FILM DEVELOPER
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104,105
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BROOKS
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BROOKS
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PopularPhotography_19551001_0037_004_0071.xml
article
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106
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How one photographer covers his hometown for TV
Elvin Feltner tells about his equipment and techniques
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WITH a proper approach advanced amateur photographers can crack the TV news-film market in any locality with consistent success. When I first decided to try the newsfilm field I was working for a small TV station away from home. I knew that Eastern Kentucky would be difficult to sell since there was no primary TV coverage.
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107
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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108
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AWON FILMS
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AWON FILMS
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109
109
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WILLOUGHBYS: BEWI AUTOMAT “A”
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WILLOUGHBYS
BEWI AUTOMAT “A”
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110
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contests and markets
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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THE 9TH INTERNATIONAL ZOO PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST, featuring photographs of animals taken in any recognized zoo in the world, has been announced by the Nature Camera Club of Chicago and the Chicago Zoo. Black-and-white prints must be 8x10 or larger and mounted on 16x20 mounts: however, foreign entries may be submitted unmounted.
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112,113,116,117
movie section
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A talk with Jack Webb
Noted actor and director gives his ideas on amateur motion-picture making
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CHARLES B. BLOCK
ALL of Stage 12 at Warner Brothers Studio was in darkness except one corner. There, a set had been rigged for one of the scenes in Pete Kelly’s Blues. The set was a shabby bedroom in a rooming house in Kansas City, the year, 1927. Centered in the room, with the back of its headboard to the camera, was a bed, flanked on one side by an end table and lamp, on the other side by a small gas stove with an old-fashioned coffee pot on it.
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School for film makers
Professor Hans Richter tells about his CCNY Film Institute
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The Editors
This article on Hans Richter and the Institute of Film Technique of The City College of New York, will be followed in future issues of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY by a unique motion-picture short course written by the highly experienced faculty of CCNY.
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INDUSTRIAL TIMER CORPORATION: TIME-O-LITE
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WILLOUGHBYS: VITO B
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35-mm today
Random thoughts on processing your summer negatives
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Bob Schwalberg
Now that fall has fallen, the warm glow of amber safelights brightens the gloom, and the darkroom season has arrived once more. It is a season of anticipation in which the bright images of summer are transformed into the realities of negatives and prints.
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La Belle Sales Corp.: La Belle DIRECTOR "300"
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La Belle DIRECTOR "300"
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photo tips
short cuts better Pictures
Storing Small Parts
Baby's Bottle in Darkroom
To Tilt Enlarging Easel
Swinging Safelight
For Film Protection and Storage
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Small items in the darkroom—machine screws, miniature tubes for timers, sections of cable releases, and similar parts —easily are misplaced or lost if not kept in containers. Empty 35-mm film cases are ideal for storing these small parts.
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HABER & FINK, inc.
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Calender of exhibitions
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Conducted according to the recommended practices of the Photographic Society of America. Ist International Color Slide Salon of New York, The Photo Society of New York, New York City. Closes September 15, 1955. Entry fee ?1, four slides allowed.
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HERSHEY MANUFACTURING COMPANY: SUN-LITE "500”
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SUN-LITE "500”
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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SPOT-O-MATIC
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new books
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A GUIDE TO UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY, by Dimitri Rebikoff and Paul Cherney, published by Greenberg: Publisher, 201 E. 57th St., New York 22, N. Y. Paper bound, 5x8, illustrated, 95 pages, $1.95. The book summarizes the development and uses of underwater photography and explains the basic photographic differences between conditions on land and water.
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY: DARKROOM TIMER
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY
DARKROOM TIMER
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KLING PHOTO CORP.
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COMPCO Corporation: 2-way Projector
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2-way Projector
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Calumat Manufacturing Company
FILM PACK DEVELOPING HANGERS
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COPY STAND
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Trade Notes and News
CAMERAS & ACCESSORIES
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
FILTERS
PROJECTION & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
SOUND PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
FILM
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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NIKON S-2
$319
NIKON S-2 (covered in POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, March 1955) is now available in a black finish on special order only. With a 50-mm Nikkor f/2 lens, price is $319 and with a 50-mm Nikkor f/1.4 lens, $364.50. Either lens comes in a black mount. More information from J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc., 277 Fifth Ave., New York 16.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Traveler Carrying Cases
$10.85
ANSCO announces leather-like Traveler Carrying Cases supplied without charge with three camera outfits. The Ansco Ready flash camera, flashing unit, four flashbulbs. and a roll of All-Weather Pan film is priced at $10.85; Anscoflex II reflex-type camera, Eveready case, flashing unit, four flashbulbs, and two rolls of All-Weather Pan film, $27.05; the Memar 35-mm camera, Eveready case, flashing unit, and a cartridge of 35-mm Anscochrome film, $56.25. Write to Kenneth S. Johnson, Ansco News Pureau, 175 Clinton St., Binghamton, N. Y., for more details.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
SOLIGOR
$39.50
SOLIGOR twinl-lens rellex camera, introduced by Interstate Photo Supply Corp., 12 W. 17th St.. New York 11. features Soligar f/3.5 lenses; groundglass focusing with built-in prism rangefinder; critical magnifier? eye-level sportsfinder; EX synchronization with body Prontor-type shutter release; seven shutter speeds to 1/200 sec. Price is $39.50 and additional information is available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
REALIST 45 camera
$88.50
REALIST 45 camera is introduced by Realist, Inc., 315 W. Court St., Milwaukee. Wis., as an addition to its stereo line. Among features are a wind lever which advances film and cocks shutter; internal focusing at the film plane; depth-of-fieid scale: shutter speeds of 1/25 to 1/200 sec & B; synchronization for regular and electronic flash; automatic exposure counter sets at zero after film is loaded; intentional double exposure possible. Price is $88.50 and additional information is available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ROBOT ROYAL 400 SHOT
$550
ROBOT ROYAL 400 SHOT camera is announced by Intercontinental Marketing Corp., 251 Fourth Ave., N.Y.C. A cassette (or magazine) supplied with the camera holds 33 ft of standard 35mm film, yielding 400 exposures. A burst of 24 shots is possible with one winding of the built-in spring motor. Except for the back-cover hinging and a special, geared take-up knob, the camera is similar in appearance and operation as the Robot Royal III. Prices, depending upon the camera lens, start at $550. Optional spring-wound and electric-drive booster motors will be available shortly.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
LINHOF SUPER TECHNIKA “SPECIAL”
$1245
LINHOF SUPER TECHNIKA “SPECIAL” 23 is supplied with three lenses made especially for this 2½x 3¼ camera. Lens information is: 53mm Biogon f/4.5 wide-angle in Compur Rapid MX Synchro-Press shutter with speeds to 1/500 sec; 180-mm Sonar f/4.8 in same shutter hut to 1/400 sec; 100-mm Planar f/2.8 in similar shutter but MXV synchronization. All lenses are Carl Zeiss, couple to the Multifocus rangefinder by means of a rotary-cam disk for instant change-over from one cam sector to another. Price of camera ami lenses is $1245, correspondingly lower with two or one lenses. More information and complete price list of units and lenses from Kling Piloto Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York 3.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
FOLDING LEATHER BELLOWS
FOLDING LEATHER BELLOWS assembly for use with all Hasselblad cameras has fittings on both ends to fit camera and lens; a graduated scale on the milled rail showing amount of exposure required for specific extension; and can take auxiliary tubes for greater magnification. Available at Hasselblad dealers or write Willoughbys-Wholesale, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
KODAK PONY 135 MODEL C
$33.75
KODAK PONY 135 MODEL C is announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. Among features are a pre-set betweenthe-lens shutter with speeds to 1/300 sec; synchronization for Class F bulbs at all speeds except 1/300 and for Class M at “B” and 1/25 sec; rim setting speed selector; no-thread loading; automatic film stop and exposure counter; fixed-position lens tube; 44-mm Kodak Anaston ƒ/3.5 lens with aperture range to f/22. Price is $33.75; outfit including camera, field case, Kodak Flashholder and Flashguard, is priced at $49.65.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
EDIXA 111A
$99.50
EDIXA 111A is similar to the Edixa stereo camera (described in this column. September 1955 issue) but features a built-in exposure meter. Film speed rating scale is calibrated for ASA and Din; the meter lens openings range from f/1.4 to f/22; shutter speed range reads from 1/1000 to 2 sec. Price is $99.50 and full details may be had from Camera Specialty Co., Bronxville, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PRISM FINDER
$70
PRISM FINDER of precision type is announced by Kine Camera Co., 11 W. 20th St., New York 11, N. Y. The Prism Finder, plus a Split Image Finder, both in a velvetlined leather ease, is priced at $70, and the Split Image Finder is sold separately for $28. See your dealer or write directly.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
135-mm TELORDON
$99.50
135-mm TELORDON f/4 telephoto lens couples automatically to the rangefinder of the Eordomat camera; has click stops to ƒ/22; depth-of-field scale. Price, $99.50, includes registration and guarantee. More information from Royal Photo Distributors, 78 W. 47th St., New York 36.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Polaroid Land cameras
$2.45
POLAROID CORP., Cambridge Mass., announces accessories for the Speedliner and Highlander models of Polaroid Land cameras and PolaPan films. Bens shade #545 is claimed to eliminate washed-out prints when hackor strong side-lighting methods are used. Non-polarizing orange filter #546 Is. used for dramatic effects. Both accessoRIES clip to the camera lens ring or to any 30to 32-mm lens. Prices are, respectively, $2.45 and $1.9.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
WALZ LENS HOODS
$3.95
WALZ LENS HOODS in bayonet or screwin mounts are announced by U. S. Photo supply Co., 1204 G St. N. W., Washington 5 D. C. They can be used directly on the camara or on a Walz filter. A simare hood available for Rollei ƒ/3.5 lenses. Another, for the Leica Summieren ƒ/2 lens has panoramic cutouts to eliminate blocking of rangefinder visibility. Price is $3.95 for either hood. Other models are priced the same as corresponding Walz filters.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
DUAL - LENS
$24.95
DUAL - LENS enables an 8-mm camera user to take telephoto and wideangle movies with this one, reversible lens. Used in one position for telephoto. the lens is turned over for wide-angle. Ednalite Optical Co., Inc., Peekskill, N. Y. claims no light compensation is required. Corrected for color and with hard-coated optics, the lens is priced at $24.95, including carrying case and two-piece filter holder, and will lit most 8-mm cameras now on the market. For cameras without variable viewfinders, a two-way viewfinder is available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
KENT LENS BRUSH
$1
KENT LENS BRUSH is a retractable camel’s hair brush in a fountain-pen type case. Distributed by Arel, Inc., 4916 Shaw Ave., St. Louis 10, Mo., price is $1.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
B & H cameras
$5.95
OBJECTIVES for 17-mm wide-angle and 3-in. telephoto lenses on 16-mm B & H cameras are priced at $5.95. Information availaide from Accura Industries, 67 Forest Rd. Valley Stream, X. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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$39.95
1½-in. KINOTEL f/1.9 telephoto lens for the 8-mm Kodak Magazine camera is announced by PIDC, 135 Broadway, New York City. Coated, color-corrected, and with click stops, price is $39.95, including case. More details available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
STEINHEIL LENSES
STEINHEIL LENSES for 35-mm still and 8-mm movie cameras are described in a brochure aviylable from Camera Specialty Co., 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
EDIXA
$1.95
EDIXA optical-glass filters in mounts designed for use on Edixa cameras do not require an adapter since they have a 3-mm threaded mount. An outside thread accommodates a sunshade. Filters available presently are Y-1, Y-2, G-2, R-1, and UV. Price is $1.95 each at camera stores and are guaranteed by Camera Specialty Co., Bronxville 8, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
VITESSA FILTERS
$4.25
VITESSA FILTERS are announced by Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn, L. 1., N. Y. These custom-mounted Type A, Skylight 1-A, and #81-C type filters are coated on both sides, come in snap-in mounts, and remain on the Vitessa lens mount when the camera case is closed. Price is $4.25 each.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
filter glass
ALFA PHOTO CORP., 303 W. 42nd St., New York 36, N. Y., has been appointed American agent for optical and filter glass manufactured by Chance Brothers Limited of Birmingham, Eng. Catalogs and price information will be furnished on request.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Duaflex
$1.85
U. S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO., 1204 G St. N.W., Washington 5, D. C., announces a slip-on Cloud-Filter and a close-up attachment (No. 13) for Brownie Hawkeyes, and a No. 6A for Duaflex and Argus 75 cameras. These additions to the Walz filter line are priced at $1.85 each.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ROLLEI FILTERS
$4.50
ROLLEI FILTERS for f/3.5 models are set in bayonet mounts and come in all colors. Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y., announces the price at $4.50 each, with case.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
WALZ MOVIE FILTERS
$1.95
WALZ MOVIE FILTERS and matching lens hoods are announced by U. S. Photo Supply Co., 1204 G St. N.W., Washington 5, D. C. Each filter (Type A conversion and Skylight) is individually mounted. Threads on both sides are for camera mounting and for accommodating a Walz lens hood. Prices are $1.95 each. Names of accessories and cameras they fit are: Model E.B. for f/2.7 Brownie; B.H. for B&H 220 and 252; R for 8-mm Keystone and Revere f/2.5 and f/1.9. T for Keystone K-25 and Dejur 8and 16-mm movie cameras f/2.5.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
SCREW-IN FILTERS
$2.50
SCREW-IN FILTERS in individual mounts for cameras having threaded lens mounts are announced by Enteco Industries Inc. 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21. Available in sizes from Ser. IV to Ser. XIII, prices begin at $2.50 each. Write for free, complete listing.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
portable film editors
$45
MANSFIELD INDUSTRIES, INC., 1227 Loyola Ave., Chicago 26. announces portable film editors for 8and 16-mm movie film. The action viewer incorporates both framing and focusing controls: rewinds holding 400-ft reels fold when not in use: and the splicer has a radial scraping blade. Prices are, respectively, $45 and $49.50, including Cinement splicing liquid-and carrying case.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
accessory lens
$7.95
Y-DANGLE, 716 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, Calif., announces an accessory lens for 8and 16-mm projectors claimed to give 3x to 4x image magnification when placed in front of the regular lens. Price is $7.95.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
MOVIE EDITING EQUIPMENT
$18
MOVIE EDITING EQUIPMENT for homemovie makers is now packaged in component parts by the Kalart Co., Plainville. Conn. Basic equipment consisting of a pair of Craig rewinds and a Master splicer are priced at under $18. When needed, a Craig Viewer may be purchased for $49.50. Mounting boards are also available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
BAJA AE-303
$7.95
BAJA AE-303 is the name of a slide-tray file made by Barnett & Jaffe, 6100 N. 21st St., Philadelphia 38. Of sectional design, it can be used for portability (one section) or for storage (both sections). Carrying lid fits either of the sections, which are available separately. It will accommodate 30 Airequipt magazines or 6-in. LaBelle trays and is priced at $7.95, complete.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
DA-LITE HANDY
$7.25
DA-LITE HANDY, a table-top or wallhanging projection screen is now offered with a glass-beaded surface. Price is $7.25 for a 30×30-in. size. More information from Da-Lite Screen Co., Inc., 2711-23 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago 39.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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$8.50
EMDE PRODUCTS, 2028 Stoner Ave., Los Angeles 25, Calif., has added to its extensive line a new aluminum binder for Eastman Kodak 2×2 Readymounts. The new 2x2 Emde mounts are packaged 100 to a box, with 200 pieces of clear-white micro glass. A box costs $8.50.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ROCKET AUTOMATIC
$59.50
ROCKET AUTOMATIC 35-mm slide projector is announced by Brumberger Sales Corp., .34—34th St., Brooklyn 32, N., Y. Price is $59.50.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
automatic slide projector
$59.50
DIRECTOR 300, product of LaBelle Sales Corp., Oconomowoc, Wis., is the company's newest 35-mm “touch-system” automatic slide projector. Capacity, like that of more expensive models, is 150 slides. Price is $59.50.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
STEREO ROYAL GROUP VIEWER Model 1A
$69.95
STEREO ROYAL GROUP VIEWER Model 1A is-a rearprojection-type stereo viewer. It features interocularly calibrated matched 50 - mm color-corrected and coated lenses: projection in ordinary room light; twoway V-type reflector system: slide holder and case bolding up to 150 slides in cardboard mounts; viewing of slides in glass, paper, or plastic mounts; an attachment included with the unit provides 2D projection; a-c—d-c operation. The price is $69.95 and more information is available from Stereocraft, Inc., 296 Pearl St., New York 38.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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RADIANT MFG. CORP., 2627 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago 8, announces a restyling of its tripod line. New case designs, leg openings, and tripod construction are featured on all Colormaster, Screenmaster, and Champion models.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
CV3
$5.75
STEREO STORAGE and carrying cases are announced by the Three Dimension Co., 3512 N. Kostner Ave., Chicago 41. III. The CV2 holds 25 glass or cardboard ASA standard mounted slides and a TDC Stereo Vivid DeLuxe Viewer. The CV3 holds the viewer, 100 slides, and two spare batteries. The CST4 accommodates three Selectrays and viewer, or four trays, while the CSTS holds eight Selectrays. Index sheet supplied with all cases. Leatherette covered, prices are respectively, $5.75, $10, $8, $12.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
automatic wall
AUTOMATIC is the name of an automatic wall and ceiling projection screen for professional-type installations. Some features are a non-stretching brake lining: solenoidoperated brake mechanism; concealed safety roller lock: and a micro-switch claimed to assure trouble-free limit-control action and perfect adjustment. Available in eight sizes from 6x8-ft to 12x12-ft, prices start at More information from Mr. Geo. Bauman, Radiant Mfg. Corp., 2627 W. Roosevelt Ave., Chicago 8.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
VU MAGNEMITE
$385
VU MAGNEMITE is a battery-operated, spring-motor ized, portable tape recorder. A VU meter acts as recording level indicator, and A and B battery meter, giving the correct setting of recording and playback levels to compensate for battery voltage changes. Available in one-, two-, three-, and four-speed models, price is $385 for the 7½ ips model. Add $3O for a Weathertite aluminum case. Details and prices available from Amplifier Corp. of America., 398 Broadway. New York 13.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
47-A FME
$159.50
47-A FME tape recorder is announced by Federal Mfg. & Eng. Corp.. 199 Steuben St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Similar Model 37-Cit has the following additional features: reversible automatic counter; extra output jack; improved one-hand selector level for fast switch for fast forward to pause, to play. and record. Price, $159.50, in cludes ceramic microphone, reel of tape. take-up reel, detachable power cord, and patch cord. More information available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PLASTIC REEL
$1.50
PLASTIC REEL with glass reinforcement is a product of Minnesota Mining and Mfg. Co., St. Paul, Minn. Its diameter is 10½ in. and the center hole, measuring but 5/16 in., is said to provide Improved centering and balance, with added strength. The onepiece construction replaces the three pieces of metal reel usually held together by bolts, and rounded edges are said to eliminate nicks in tape edges. Capacity is 2,400 ft of regular tape or 3,600 ft of the thinner variety. Price is $1.50 each.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
MODEL S6
$l.122
MODEL S6 system for portable recordings operates from normal a-c sources or from batteries. For use with 16or 17½-mm film, price range of this magnetic film equipment is from $l.122 to $1.850. Full details of the system are available from Stancil-Hoffman Corp., 921 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood 38, Calif.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
multicolor packaging
$1.95
MINOX FILM is announced in new, multicolor packaging. A mailing bag for processing service is included with each cartridge. Daylight color film is now packed one 36-exp. cartridge to the box, priced at $1.95: processing charge remains unchanged. Distributor of the Minox line is Kling photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York 3.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
CINE-KODAK TRI-X C-P
$4.85
CINE-KODAK TRI-X C-P REVERSAL FILM is announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. as having exposure indexes of ASA 200 in daylight and ASA 160 with tungsten light. It is claimed to with-stand somewhat higher processing temperatures than Super-XX C-P Reversal Film, possessing suflicient exposure and development latitude to permit its use at speeds higher than its normally rated speed. In bright sunlight and with cameras haying fixed shutter speeds, a Kodak ND-3 filter placed over the lens cuts down brightness by three stops. As an alternate, the Kodak Wratten X2 filter which results in little change in the monochromatic rendering of colored subjects, can be used. Price of a 100-foot roll on camera spool is $4.85. it is also available in a 200-ft spool and a 400-ft roll for darkroom loading, either doubleperforated or perforated on one side, and on special order spooled for the Kodak High Speed or 16-mm Fas tax cameras.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
EKTACHROME E-2 FILM
$1.25
EKTACHROME E-2 FILM is announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y., as being available in 120 and 620 roll film sizes Daylight Type with an exposure index of ASA 32 can also be used with blue flash lamps without a corrective filter. Type F film is balanced for use with clear flash lamps and does not require a filter. Guide number is 110 when used with No. 5 or No. 25 flash lamps, with the shutter set at l/50 sec. Film is priced at $1.25 per roll. Processing is done with E-2 Kodak Ektachrome chemicals.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Varigam variablecontrast papers
$1.25
ANTI-STATIC SOLUTION for use with plastic optical filters for Varigam variablecontrast papers is now available in a threeoz. bottle. Du Pont. Wilmington. Del., claims one drop of the solution rubbed on each side minimizes static and dust-attracting characteristics of these filters and lasts until they are washed. The price is $1.25.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
MODEL E FOTOLARGER
$32.95
MODEL E FOTOLARGER accommodating negatives from 35mm to 2¼× 2¼ in. is announced by Testrite Instrument Co., Inc., 57 E. 11th St., New York 3. Some features are 1× to 6× enlargement (with 90-mm lens) on 16× 19 baseboard; distortion - control knob on arm: tilt control for horizontal projection; aluminum lamphouse; engraved scale showing degree of enlargement. Available as a diffusion model, prices start at $32.95, without lens, and condensers can be added. With a 90-mm f/6.9 rangefinder lens, price is $37.95. A full line of accessories is available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
AQUA-LAB
$72.50
AQUA-LAB, a water demineralizer, uses a replaceable cartridge tilled with special resins providing mineral-free water for darkroom use. An automaticwarning mineral detector signals the necessity for a new cartridge. For a reserve supply of demineralized water, the unit can remain connected to the water supply. A metal stand is supplied for portability. Price is $72.50. More information from Automatic Steam Prods. Corp., 140 W. 31st St., New York City.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
CLAYTON CF-9
$1.25
CLAYTON CF-9 is an addition to the processing chemical line of Clayton Chemical Co., 5420 N. Damen Ave., Chicago 25, Ill. A speed fixer-hardener, a qt concentrate makes up to two gal of working solution. Price is $1.25 per quart.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
darkroom ventilator
$98.25
ILG Electrical Ventilating Co., 2850 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago 41. announces a darkroom ventilator claimed to have an air-moving capacity of 2G0 cubic ft per minute; to be silent and lightproof. Model #5122, for outside wall installation is priced at $98.25 and model #5130, for partition wall installation, is priced at $69.75.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ANTI-STAT #6 SPRAY
$2.95
ANTI-STAT #6 SPRAY is claimed to end static and dust problems with one spraying. It can be used on film holders, negative carriers and glass on enlargers, films, plastics, etc. A product of Braun Laboratories, 206 S. Hutchinson St., Philadelphia 7, the price is $2.95 per 12-oz spray can.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ANSCO PRINTING FOILS
ANSCO PRINTING FOILS are now marketed in yellow, magenta, and cyan with decimal-system calibrations, replacing the present color-compensating foils used for printing on Printon. Color density varies in color by a factor of two; .50Y (yellow) is twice as dense as .40Y; the .40Y is twice as dense as the .30Y; etc. Supplied in seven densities and in 4x5, 6⅜x6⅜, and 8x10 sizes, prices are 40, 60, and 75 cents, respectively. More information available from Kenneth S. Johnson, Ansco News Bureau, 175 Clinton St., Binghamton, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
FRED Z LITE
$4.75
FRED Z LITE is a standard pocket flashlight with a three-color turret designed for darkroom work. Red, green, and amber filters are supplied, although other gelatin filters may be substituted for special work. Manufactured by Fred Metlen, P.O. Box 2186, Seattle, Wash., the price is $4.75.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
four 375-watt lamps
$8.98
ACM E-LITE Mfg. Co., 401 N. Wood St., Chicago 22, announces the BiFold No. 45 unit designed for four 375-watt lamps. Featured are: center folding for portability (lamps need not be removed); 660-watt porcelain safety sockets; two 10-amp toggle switches; exposure Spindial; tripod socket. Price, less bulbs, is $8.98; in a compartment case with room for camera and accessories, Model 15-C, $16.95.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
floodlight
SMITH-VICTOR CORP., Lake & Colfax Sts., Griffith, Ind., announces the purchase of all floodlight designs and equipment of the Johnson Ventlite Co. The latter will continue its line of electronic flash equipment, expanding into the medical and industrial fields.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Model 902 Hi-Lo Box
$10.95
AEROTRONIC Model 902 Hi-Lo Box allows a photographer to reduce light output while composing, prolonging life of photofloods and reducing strain on the model. One switch offers three positions, low, high, and off. Price is $10.95 and additional information available from Aerotronic Assoc., Box 419, Concord, N. H.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PICFRAME
$1.50
PICFRAME, an adjustable picture frame, takes photographs, mounts, and glass up to 27 in. high (through use of a locking ball-chain and spring device) and supports up to eight lb. weight. Channels are of neutral gray or clear Styron plastic. Working parts are of steel. Price is $1.50 ppd from The Picframe Co., 320 Laverne Ave., Mill Valley, Calif.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
LEICA PRODUCT DIRECTORY
LEICA PRODUCT DIRECTORY contains tables, charts, and miscellaneous data àpplicable to all cameras and projection systems. Available at Leica dealers or from E. Leitz, Inc., 468 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
[no value]
$6
PHOTO-ART ON CANVAS, 1123 Broadway, New York 10, N. Y., offers a service for would-be painters among photographers. From negative or print it reproduces an image on artist’s canvas and mounts it on masonite, ready for oil coloring. Instructions accompany the reproduction. Prices start at $6 for 8x10.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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$3
GEVAERT, INC., of Belgium offers a descriptive brochure on the English edition of Photorama through Rayelle Publications, 5700 Oxford St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. Subscription rates to the publication itself are $3 a year, $5.75 for two years.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
photo stamps
$1.89
LOU-WAL ENTERPRISES, P. O. Box 2, New Lots Sta., Brooklyn 8, N. Y., announce the availability of adhesive stamp photos from originals of any size. A. sheet of fifty large or 100 small photo stamps costs $1.89, and the price for two sheets is $3.49.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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HOME STUDY COURSE in camera craftsmanship covers all phases of repair work from box cameras to electronic flash units and sound equipment. National Camera Repair School, Dept. P., Box No. 174. Engle wood, Cob., offers a brochure on this course.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Anti-Static
EDWAL SCIENTIFIC PRODS. CORP., 420 W. 111th St., Chicago 28, Ill, cautions users of Edwal Anti-Static Color Film Cleaner to follow instructions faithfully to prevent possibility of film's buckling. A new product with the number 2 on the back label can be used on lacquered film and is non-curling. Replacement with the new cleaner will be made if soaked-off label of the Anti-Static solution is mailed to Edwal.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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$21.95
ARROW METAL PRODS., 108 N. Jefferson St., Chicago. announces streamlining and price reductions in its tripod line. The Bowman LIft 88 is now priced at $21.95; the Archer 88 is $17.95, reductions of $8 and $2, respectively. More information from manu facturer.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
storage box
$1.50
UNIVERSAL COLOR SLIDES, 235 William St., New York, N. Y., offers new boxed sets of eight slides on a wide variety of travel, human-interest, religious, etc., subjects at 25 cents each, or eight slides for $1.50, mounted and in a storage box.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
CANVAS ENLARGEMENTS
$2
CANVAS ENLARGEMENTS from a negative or photograph and ready for painting are announced by N. Y. Solar Print Co., 736 Broadway, New York, N. V. Size and price range is 8x10 at $2 to 40x60 at $40. Infor mation and price list available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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LINEX CORP., 15 E. 26th St., New York, N. Y., announces a plastic slide mount for Linex color transparencies which is claimed to eliminate the possibility of scratching during the mounting process. The mounts replace the older type and are now Included in all Linex color film magazines.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
READY-CUT MAT MOUNTS
READY-CUT MAT MOUNTS for prints from 4x5 to 16x20 in. are available in a wide array of shapes, sizes, and formats. Descriptions and prices in booklet "Dressing Up Your Photographs," from Savage Universal Corp., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17, N.Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ultra-miniature photography
MINOX OWNER'S MANUAL is a guide to the use of this camera and its accessories, With instruction and tips on many phases of ultra-miniature photography. Obtainable at Minox dealers for 50 cents or from Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York 3, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
photographic emulsion
$7
DH DEHYDRATED photographic emulsion is now available at camera stores for nonindustrial use. This projection speed emulsion is added to water and can be used to sensitize almost any surface. A ¼-lb. package covers about 100 sq ft and is priced at $7. One-lb size available at $24.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PRICE REDUCTIONS
19 cents
PRICE REDUCTIONS are announced by Jiffy Enterprises, Inc., 1011 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 7, Pa., manufacturers of the Jiffy picture hangers, which are used with out nails or screws. A package of six hangers, each holding up to 15 lb. is priced at 19 cents.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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METALPHOTO process and applications are detailed in a four-page report available from the Metalphoto Corp., 2903 E. 79th St.. Cleveland 4, Ohio, manufacturers of photosensitive aluminum plates.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Heering Photo-Books
RAYELLE PUB., 5700 Oxford St.. Philadelphia 31, offers upon request, a revised price list containing the latest releases of Fountain Photoand Cine-Books and the new Heering Photo-Books.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
POCKET PEN-STAMPER
$3
POCKET PEN-STAMPER is a combination ball-point pen and rubber stamp, useful for print identification. When pen cap is removed, three-lone stamp springs out inked and ready for use. Price is $3, ppd. Send name and address printed on three lines, to Frerking, Dept. F, Ossining, N. Y. Allow two weeks for delivery.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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AMERICAN STANDARDS ASSOC., 70 E. 45th St., New York 17, has published a list of American Standards in a new 1955 edition. 251 photographic items are included, and hobby cameras are Included in a separate section on consumer goods. A copy may be had for the asking.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PHOTO-OIL COLOR PENCILS
$4.75
PHOTO-OIL COLOR PENCILS are used for fine detail work when coloring photo graphs. A set of 18 colors is available at all photo-supply dealers or direct from John G. Marshall Mfg. Co., Inc., 167 N. Ninth St., Brooklyn 11, N. Y. Price is $4.75.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
BOOKS AND GUIDES
KODAK BOOKS AND GUIDES, a new list Ing of the Kodak publications, Is available, free of charge, from Sales Service Division. Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4. N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
PERMAFILM HOME LAMINATING KIT
$1
PERMAFILM HOME LAMINATING KIT for sealing photographs in plastic is used without machinerY or tools, the process taking 30 seconds. Each kit contains eight 5x6-in. sheets of Permatilm and is priced at $1, ppd. from The Bava Co., Dept. F-8, .UDO E.’ Canfield St., Detroit 7. Mich. Largersize kits are available.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
STATIC-DUSTER
$2
STATIC-DUSTER is a camel’s-hair brush in a metal swivel tube, fitted with a protective cover. Designed to remove dust-attracting static electricity from lenses, negatives and transparencies, it is guaranteed by Starr Corp., 4D W. 19th St., New York 11. to be harmless to even the most highly polished surfaces. price is $2.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Table-Top
HOME MOVIES the New Table-Top Way, etc., is the title of a new Kalart publication offered free to our readers. For your copy address Customer Relation Dept., The Kalart Co., Plainville, Conn.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
Varigam filters
STICK-ON TABS for Varigam filters are designed to aid darkroom workers switching from graded-contrast papers to Varigam variable-contrast paper. When tabs are applied the No. 1 filter becomes No. 0 (corresponding to that grade of paper). the No. 2 becomes No. etc. The tabs are available for ten cents from Du Pont Photo Prods., Room 2498, Nemours Bldg., Wilmington 98. Del., but are included without charge with new sets of filters.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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PROXAR INFORMATION CHARTS are available without charge from Enteco Industries. Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21. N. Y. Data includes information on close-up photography and uses of Enteco Proxars, from one to ten diopters.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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EXAKTA PRICE LIST furnishing consumer price information on the company’s complete line of cameras, accessories, and publications, is available without charge from the Advertising Dept., Exakta Camera Co., Bronxville 8, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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$1
INSURANCE SERVICE CO., 1603 Pioneer Bldg., St. Paul, Minn., offers an all-risk insurance policy for camera owners and dealers. The annual cost (one percent of the valuation) ranges from $1 to $100. Write for more details.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
waterproof spray adhesive
$1.98
STICK-ALL is the name of a waterproof spray adhesive. Spraying the back of a print makes it instantly mountable on walls, paper, etc. By spraying mounting surface also, the bond is permanent. Available from photographic dealers, the price is $1.98 for an 11-oz spray can. Manufacturer is Chase Prods. Co., 2807 S. Gardner Broadview, 111.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
TRANSLUCENT PHOTOGRAPHS
TRANSLUCENT PHOTOGRAPHS with Kodak Translite Enlarging Paper and Kodak Translite File is the name of a fourpage folder describing applications, methods, and handling of these products Punched to fit the Kodak Photographic Handbook, it is free from the Sales Service N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
a five-power magnifier
$3.50
PRECISION-VISION, a five-power magnifier. is used for negative inspection and cheeking groundglass images in focusing Two optically ground, polished, 1⅞-in. lenses are set in a break-resistant mounting; a black crinkle finish eliminates reflections. A product of S. B. Logan & Co., P. O. Box 49S, Genoa City, Wise., the price is $3.50.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
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PERMANENT FLUORESCENT IMAGES on Metalphoto aluminum plates are detailed in a catalog sheet available without charge from The Metalphoto Corp., 2903 E. 79th St., Cleveland 4.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
[no value]
$1
PHOTO GREETING CARDS for holidays and special occasions are designed to feature your own photographs inserted into a specially constructed panel. Packaged in boxes of 20 for $1 (with matching envelopes) they are available from photo dealers or direct from Double Envelope Corp., Roanoke, Va.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ASA EXPOSURE COMPUTER
$1.50
ASA EXPOSURE COMPUTER for all-season, world-wide use is now available in a new edition, covering all black-and-white, color, still, and movie films. This 25-page vest-pocket-size booklet, No. PH2. 7-1955, may be obtained at $1.50 from the American Standards Assn., 70 E. 45th St., New York 17, N. Y.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
[no value]
MINOX PROCESSING LABS., Box 94, Forest Hills 75, N. Y., has adopted the use of a cloth cartridge mailing bag. Free processing bags and price lists upon request.
J. C. Abbott. Nikon Inc.
ARGUS CAMERAS
COPYING AND CLOSE-UP WITH ARGUS CAMERAS is a brochure available upon request from the Sales Service Div., Argus Camera, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich. It offers basic suggestions and information on this some what specialized field.
[no value]
All data and descriptions ascribed to products listed herein are those claimed by the manufacturers and distributors, and listings are not to be construed as endorsements by POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY. For further information write to address given in trade note.
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