Issue: 19560101

Sunday, January 1, 1956
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Monday, December 8, 2014

Articles
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1,4
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0001.xml
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2
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General Aniline & Film Corp.: ANSCO MEMAR
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General Aniline & Film Corp.
ANSCO MEMAR
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0002.xml
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3
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Advertisement: POLAROID Land CAMERA
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POLAROID Land CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0005.xml
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5
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D.P. BUSHNELL & CO., INC.: FUJINON
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D.P. BUSHNELL & CO., INC.
FUJINON
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0006.xml
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6
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0007.xml
article
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6
letters to the editor
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letters to the editor
Photography at the Olympics
Seneres: Photography's Pepys
Pleasant-Picture Dept.
High School Photo Contest Bonus
Norbert, Not Norton
Steady Camera at Slow Shutter Speed
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Your letter from Walter Schutz-Reuter in the October Letters column, showing a photo of the clause printed on each Olympic Games ticket prohibiting the taking of pictures at the Games, is so typical of British officialdom, it’s priceless!
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0008.xml
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7
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY: MODEL 45M
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY
MODEL 45M
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0009.xml
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8,9
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Advertisements
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THE FR CORPORATION
FR HOME DEVELOPING AND ENLARGING OUTFIT
THE FR CORPORATION
FR LIQUID CHEMICALS
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0010.xml
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10
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BROCKWAY DIRECTOR CORPORATION: NORWOOD Director
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BROCKWAY DIRECTOR CORPORATION
NORWOOD Director
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0011.xml
article
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10,12,14,18,19
tools and techniques
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tools and techniques
A round-up of recent developments and significant trends
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Norman C. Lipton
"Cronar" Base in Production. Late last September, after two years of construction, Du Pont’s Parlin, N.J., plant for fullscale production of “Cronar” polyester photographic film base went into operation. On October 7, Du Pont announced that it had issued a non-exclusive non-transferable license to the Eastman Kodak Company to manufacture polyester photographic base and film under Du Pont patents.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0012.xml
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11
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WIRGIN BROTHERS: EDIXA RANGEFINDER MODEL C
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WIRGIN BROTHERS
EDIXA RANGEFINDER MODEL C
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0013.xml
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12
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CANON Camera Co., Inc.
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CANON Camera Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0014.xml
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13
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: Linhof Super Technika
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
Linhof Super Technika
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0015.xml
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14,15
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY: NYI
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
NYI
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0016.xml
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16,17
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Advertisements
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GRAFLEX, INC.
GRAPHIC 35
GRAFLEX, INC.
Stereo Graphic
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0017.xml
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18
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0018.xml
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19
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THE PR CORPORATION: Minolta AUTOCORD
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THE PR CORPORATION
Minolta AUTOCORD
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0019.xml
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20
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Advertisements
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EXPERT IV
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MATADOR
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0020.xml
article
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color clinic
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color clinic
A famous technician solves your problems
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David B. Eisendrath
I have studied all the information printed and have not been able to find the formulas for developing color film; everything I find says to use a developing kit. I have mixed my own chemicals for years, and do not want to change. Where can I find the formulas for color developers?
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0021.xml
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21
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY: Automatic Exakta VX
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
Automatic Exakta VX
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0022.xml
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22
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QUICK-SET, Inc.
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QUICK-SET, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0023.xml
article
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22,93
legal problems in photography
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legal problems in photography
Transportation of Obscene Pictures Across State Lines
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If you have occasion to travel across state lines (and who doesn't?) heed this warning! Don’t make a Federal case out of it! A loophole in the Federal law large enough to slip a car through was plugged up by Congress this past summer. Strangely enough, the law for many years prohibited the transportation of obscene matter through the mails and by common carrier, such as express.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0024.xml
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23
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E. LEITZ, INC.: BRAUN HOBBY Standard
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E. LEITZ, INC.
BRAUN HOBBY Standard
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0025.xml
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Advertisements
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American Optical
300 Slide Projector
American Optical
New Automatic Slide Viewer
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0026.xml
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25
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.: Rolleiflex f:3.5
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
Rolleiflex f:3.5
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0027.xml
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26
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Tiffen MARKETING CO.
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Tiffen MARKETING CO.
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0028.xml
article
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26
camera clubs
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camera clubs
Quantitative Analysis Revisited
Technique Tested on the Spot
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Hillyer
Those who saw the October column will recall my examination of the “Who’s Who" movement in amateur photography. Can it be Art, I asked, when you have one hand on the adding machine? The most thoughtful response to this query came from Urban Allen, one of the most active amateurs in the Hawaiian Islands.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0029.xml
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CARL ZEISS, INC.: Contax
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
Contax
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0030.xml
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28
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JOHN G. MARSHALL Mfg. Co., Inc.
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JOHN G. MARSHALL Mfg. Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0031.xml
article
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35-mm today
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35-mm today
Camera and Darkroom Controls for Photographic Tests
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Bob Schwalberg
Last month we began a series of columns concerning the problems involved in running practical photographic tests to discover and analyze the properties of photographic materials, weigh the relative merits of competitive products, and also help solve personal problems in technique.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0032.xml
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Advertisements
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Argus cameras, Inc.
argus automatic 300 watt projector
Argus cameras, Inc.
argus C-3
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0033.xml
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NIKON INCORPORATED
105mm f2.5 Telephoto
NIKON INCORPORATED
25mm f4 Ultra Wide Angle
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0034.xml
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.: Sylvania Flashbulbs
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.
Sylvania Flashbulbs
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0035.xml
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO. Inc.: Airequipt SLIDE CHANGER
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AIREQUIPT MANUFACTURING CO. Inc.
Airequipt SLIDE CHANGER
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0036.xml
review
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32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39
what's new — Trade Notes and News
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what's new — Trade Notes and News
CAMERAS & ACCESSORIES
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
FILTERS
FLASH
PROJECTION & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
SOUND PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
FILM AND PAPER
MISCELLANEOUS
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
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Hanimex (USA) Inc.
HANIMAR 88
$61.85
HANIMAR 88 (see this column Sept., 1955 issue), priced at $61.85, includes camera, normal f/2.8 and interchangeable 70-mm f/6.3 lenses, and case. Distributor is Hanimex (USA) Inc., 593 Market St., San Francisco 5.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
GRAPHIC 70
$550
GRAPHIC 70 is now available in a limited number. Taking 70-mm film in cassettes, it produces 50 frames, 2½×2¾ in. Rapid-transport mechanism allows ten exposures with one winding. Parallax-corrected range-viewfinder couples to normal and interchangeable lenses which accept one-size filters. Among other features are 4-in. Kodak Ektar f/2.8 lens in focusing mount; nylon focal-plane shutter; nine speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec; pistol grip; shutter release at rear; slicing knife to remove partially exposed film; exposure counter; and automatic number recording on film. Price of $ 1,850 also includes carrying strap, five filters, eight film cassettes, B-C flashing unit, cable release, and aluminum carrying case holding the above plus extra lenses and flashlamps. Lenses available are 8-in. Kodak Ektar f/4 long-focus, $550, and 2½-in. Kodak Ektar f/4.5 wide-angle, $920. Manufacturer is Graflex, Inc., 154 Clarissa St., Rochester 8, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
PEN-PIC
$19.95
PEN-PIC is a fountain-pen type camera. Featured are a 1/50 sec shutter speed; two-element f/6.3 lens; three lens openings; exposure counter: 10-mm-sq. negative size; and pocket clip. Distributed by Cinema Lens Co., 277 Broadway, New York 7, price is $19.95 ppd, incl. one 18-exposure 16-mm cartridge; extras available at 75 cents per cartridge.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
STEREO GRAPHIC
$79.50
STEREO GRAPHIC uses an optical system known as Depthmaster Auto-Focus. At widest aperture one lens is positioned to focus automatically fromm near-foreground to about 30 ft, the other from about 15 ft to inf. The slides are said to appear in sharp focus from foreground to infinity when seen through a viewer. A diaphragm selector for four light conditions eliminates aperture setting by hand. Film winder cocks shutter, permanently set at about 1/50 sec. Film counter indicates remaining exposures. Price of $79.50 includes flashing unit and leather case. Battery illuminated viewer with dual focusing for either hand and eye-width adjustments is $12.95. Manufacturer is Graflex, Inc., 154 Clarissa St., Rochester, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ALPA
$244
ALPA 35-mm single-lens reflex cameras are now available with 40-mm Macro-Kilar f/3.5 lenses. Model E and Model D focus down to 4and 2-in., respectively. Alpa 4 (straight reflex) Model E is priced at $244; Model D, $269; Alpa 5 (prism reflex) E, $314; D, $339; Alpa 7 (prism reflex plus rangefinder) E, $354; D, $379. Distributor is Karl Heitz, 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
TDC Stereo Realist cameras
$69.50
PRICE REDUCTIONS on TDC Stereo Realist cameras are announced by TDC Div. of Bell & Howell Co., 7100 McCormick Rd. New prices are: Colorist, $69.50; Vivid. $129.50: presentation packages with either camera, viewer, flashing unit, and carrying case are priced, respectively, at $109.50 and $178.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
THE 700
$125
THE 700 is the name of the latest addition to the camera line of Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. Besides a rangefinder, it features a bracket for straight-on flash and bounce-flash, claimed to make possible more-natural-looking flash pictures. Universal flash guide for all Polaroid films, heavy-duty shutter; 3¼×3 picture size; and new front plate are also featured. Price is $125; Powerflash B-C unit, $15.95; and compartment case is $24.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SOLIGOR SEMIAUTO
$59.95
SOLIGOR SEMIAUTO is a twinlens reflex camera similar to the Soilgor Reflex, described on page 144 of the October 1955 issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY. Additional features are nine shutter speeds from one to 1/300 sec; a builtin self-timer; and a semi - automatic film winder. Priced at $59.95, the camera is distributed by Interstate Photo Supply Corp., 17 W. 17th St., New York 11. More information available.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
70-DR
$361.50
70-DR is the latest addition to the 16-mm Model 70 movie camera of Bell & Howell Co., 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45. It features a viewfinder coupled to lenses on turret; seven speeds; 22-ft film run; 100-ft capacity; forward-reverse hand crank. Turret lenses range in focal length from 10-mm to 6-in. Prices: with 1-in. Comat f/2.5 lens, $361.50; with 1-in. ƒ/1.9 lens, $385.50; with 1-in. Ivotal f/1.4 lens, $474.50; and with 1-in. Angenieux f/0.95 lens, $508.05.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
Brownie Turret
EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester 4, N. Y. announces two new movie cameras. Brownie Turret 1/1.9 is an 8-mm model with a 13-mm f/1.9 lens a and a three-position turret housing 24-mm telephoto and 9-mm wide-angle converters and the standard lens barrel. When turret is rotated, focusing or resetting for exposure is unnecessary. Barrels are marked to indicate minimum distance at each lens opening to f/16. Finder is marked for each field of view and an exposure guide is built in. Medallion is an 8-mm magazine loading CineKodak model. Equipped with a standard D mount focusing down to 12 in., it takes interchangeable lenses and a 25-ft magazine of film. Zoom-type optical finder shows field of view for lenses from 6½to 3S-mm; has parallax-allowance indicators; three-position eyepiece; and a focal-plane marker for accurate focusing. Shooting speeds range from 16 to 48 frames per sec. Both Cameras feature a red-dot system indicating finder setting, frames per sec. lens position, and exposure. Prices are, respectively, $79.50 and $144.50, federal tax included.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
HULCHER 70
$1,250
HULCHER 70 Model 102 is a rapid - sequence press camera producing 2¼×2¼ negatives at rates of from 5 to 20 per sec on 70-mm film. Featured are adjustable focal-plane disk-type shutter; speeds of from 1/25 to 1/2880 sec; automatic-reflex housing; quick-change lens mounts taking lenses in focal lengths of from 3 to 80 in.: 12-volt battery for electric power although camera may be supplied to operate from other voltages: 470 exposures on a 100-ft roll of film. Price of $1,250 includes 6⅜-in. Wollensak Raptar f/4.5 lens in focusing mount. Write Charles A. Hulcher Co., Inc., 40 Manteo Ave., Hampton, Va., for price list of accessories.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ALPA 35-mm single-lens reflex camera
$349
ALPA 35-mm single-lens reflex camera is now available with a 50-mm Kern Switar f/1.8 Apochromat lens with an automatic diaphragm. With clickstops ranging to f/22, prices start at $349. Distributor is Karl Heitz, Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
GNOFLEX
$59.95
GNOFLEX is a semi-automatic twin-lens reflex featuring automatic film stop and counter; nine shutter speeds from one to 1/300 sec; builtin self-timer; depth-of-field scale; and a 75-mm Elnor f/3.5 lens. Film size is 120. Distributed by The Meyer Co., 315 Chestnut St., South St. Paul, Minn., price is $59.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SPEED TRIPOD
$19.95
SPEED TRIPOD for all cameras from 35 - mm to Speed Graphic size is announced by Graflex, Inc., 154 Clarissa St., Rochester 8, N. Y. Camera is dropped onto a “guide-on” shoe on tripod head after a metal shoe is attached to tripod socket on camera. Tripod has an 18-degree tilt in addition to normal panning and tilt operations. Legs are single-extension and maximum height of 67-in. is achieved with a double-extension center post. Retainer straps hold legs together and attach tripod to gadget bag. Weight is 4½ lb and price is $19.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
LINHOF DeLUXE
$299.50
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
PRINCE
PRINCE is the latest addition to the White hall tripod line of Quick-Set, Inc., 8115 N. Central Pk. Ave., Skokie, Ill. An elevator model with a 14-in. rise, it features two-way control by hand-crank or manually pushing the column up and down: spring-positive brake-lock at any height with a quick release for fast adjustment; telescoped length of 24¾ in. extending to 68 in., and weighs 3½ lb. Price is $19.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MACRO COPY
$175
MACRO COPY is designd for photocopying and macro-photography use with Nikon cameras and Nikkor lenses. The outfit consists of a copier unit, sliding arm, upright post, base clamp, extension tubes, micrometer focusing mount, and a portable hardwood fitted case which houses the unit when disassembled, doubling as baseboard to which the base clamp is attached. Unit price is $175 but elements can be purchased separately. Distributor is Nikon, Inc., 277 Fifth Ave, New York 16.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MINOX COPYING
$29.50
MINOX COPYING STAND consists of a camera clamp with cable-release socket and four adjustable three-sections legs notched for settings to 8, 10, 12, and 18 in., corresponding to distance settings on Minox cameras. Intermediate adjustments can also be set. Price is $29.50. Special Minox ASA 5 Micro-grain Copy film is available at two cartridges for $2.50. Distributor is Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., N. Y. 3.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
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$17.95
MAYPOLE CLAMPLAMP CO., 727 Delaware Ave., Youngstown, Ohio, announces two aluminum clamping units. A unipod weighs 27 oz, telescopes from 30 to 60 in. with only one adjustment and supports cameras up to five lb in weight .A clamplamp with the same basic specifications has a gooseneck top accommodating intrchangeable reflectors and revolves 360 degrees. Clamps have four in. of travel. Prices are, respectively, $10.95 and $17.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
PHOTAR CLOSE-UP lenses
$12.50
PHOTAR CLOSE-UP lenses in +1, +2, and +3 sizs are available in Series #8 ($12.50) and Series #9 ($15). Manufacturer is Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Heights, L. I., N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
AUXILIARY WIDE-ANGLE
$29.95
AUXILIARY WIDE-ANGLE lenses in matched pairs for stereo cameras are announced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York 1. They are colorcorrected, come equipped with filter holders, and with a fixed-focus setting of about ft all subjects to infinity are well covered. Price is $29.95, including a lined leather case.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ASTRAGON
$129.50
ASTRAGON long-distance lenses are announced by Sterling-Howard Corp., 561 E. Tremont Ave., New York 57. Available in six focal lengths from 300 to 1000 mm, features include aluminum-alloy construction; aperture stops to f/22; top and bottom engraved aperture scales; mirror-reflex housing; 25-power critical focusing magnifier; calibrations marked in feet; built-in filter slot; and focusing wheel on lenses from 500 mm up. Prices start at $129.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
REDUFOCUS
$119.50
REDUFOCUS Wide Angle Lens Units are four-element coated lenses for use on stereo cameras. Covering a 68-degree picture angle, they do not affect aperture of normal lenses. Compensating viewfinder shows the new image, provides for necessary changes in distance and parallax, and attaches to camera base with retaining screw provided. Price of complete unit, incl. compartment case and carrying strap, is $119.50. Distributor is C. A. Steinheil, 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville 8, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ST-513
$119.50
ST-513 is a wideangle lens attachment for Stereo Realist-41 and -42 cameras, and is claimed to increase the width of coverage by 40% Twinlens barrels are made of anodized aluminum with 25-mm-focal-length four-element lenses and fit over the camera's normal lense. Price, incl. leather-lined case and parallax-corrected optical viewfinder, is $119.50. Manufacturer is Realist, Inc., 315 W. Court st., Milwaukee, Wisc.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
FUJINON
$199.50
FUJINON lenses are announced by D. P. Bushnell & Co., Inc., Pasadena, Calif. The 50-mm Fujinon f/1.2 lens is priced at $369.50 and the 35-mm Fujinon ƒ/2 lens, claimed to be the fastest wide-angle lens available, is $199.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
Elitar-Soligor
$199.50
INTERSTATE PHOTO SUPPLY CORP., 17 W. 17th St., New York 10, announces two lenses for movie enthusiasts. The first is the 25-mm Elitar-Soligor ƒ/1 for 16-mm cameras with C mounts. It features helical focusing from 2 ft to inf. and click-stops down to f/22. The other is a 1½-in. ƒ/1 telephoto lens for 8-mm cameras with D mounts and B & H mounts for models 134 V and W, 172 A, B, and C. Prices are respectively, $199.50 and $99.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
EXTREME CLOSE-UP
$3.25
EXTREME CLOSE-UP lenses are announced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York. Available in 4, 5, 6, and 10 diopters, close-up work up to 3¼-in. from subject is possible. The 10 diopter lens is unmounted but the other three are mounted in metal rings and all four fit standard filterholders. Prices are, respectively, $3.25, $3.75, $4.25, and $5.25.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
NEUTRAL DENSITY filters
$1.65
NEUTRAL DENSITY filters for fast panchromatic films are announced by Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Heights. L. I., N. Y. They are known as Photar XS and X10 and are available in all standard Series sizes to reduce light intake when photographing in brilliant sunlight. Prices start at $1.65 and a catalog is available.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
FILTER INFORMATION chart
FILTER INFORMATION chart listing each filter type and its use with color or black-and-white films, and including filter factors and film-speed chart with ASA and Weston ratings, is available without charge from Enteco Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
TIFFEN SF-644
$7.50
TIFFEN SF-644 slip-on-type filter is made for the 10-mm Angenieux f/1.8 wide-angle lens. Made from thermobonded optical glass, the mount has two milled surfaces for clearance of other lenses when used on turret cameras. Available in Type A, Skv-light, and other colors; price is $7.50. Catalog of filters and accessories from Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Heights, Long Island, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
HI-TRANS
$2.95
HI-TRANS screw-in filters feature Colorim (rims matched to filter color) for instant selection of filter. Claimed are thermobonded glass for accurate color control and greater light transmission with fluoride T coating. Front thread accepts screw-in accessories. Available for most cameras, a typical example is $2.95, for the Argus C3 50-mm f/3.5 size. Manufacturer is Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Heights, Long Island, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ULTRABLITZ EXPERT IV electronic flash unit
ULTRABLITZ EXPERT IV electronic flash unit is announced by Allied Impex Corp., 17 W. 17th St., New York 11. Featured are 80 - watt - second output; guide numbers of 55 to 65 with daylight Kodachrome and 220 for black-and-white films with 5 "D" cells or 110-volt a-c operation; 1/1500 sec flash duration; O-delay synchronization; built-in halfor full-power switch; weighs four lb. Price, less batteries, is $69.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
FR Electronic Flash Model II
$54.95
F R CORP. 951 Brook Ave., New York 51, announces the FR Electronic Flash Model II. Similar in appearance and design to the Model I, it can be operated on a-c in addition to operation with four self-contained D batteries. Weight is 2½ lb and price is $54.95. Owners of Model I units wishing the adaption feature can send their unit and $5 to FR.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
a-c adapter
$29.95
LIMELITE CORP., 6040 W. Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles announces the availability of an a-c adapter for use with the Limelite electronic flash unit. The adapter fits into the battery case of the unit for operation on 110 volts a-c, and be for reforming the capacitor that has been stored without batteries for an extended period of time. The sealed unit is guaranteed, furnished with a 15-ft cord, and is priced at $29.95. GENERAL ELECTRIC flashbulbs are now packaged in sleeves which can be easily split into fouror eight-bulb packs. Size and price per dozen bulbs are: M2, $1.08; #5, $1.44; 5B, #6, $1.80, 6B, $2.28; and SAM, $1.68.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ACCRA REFLEX MASTER
$9.95
ACCRA REFLEX MASTER is a folding flashgun for most twin-lens reflex cameras. The unit features attachometer to the viewing hood and need not be removed when hood is closed; accept ance of B-C or Elite batteries; stamp pushbuttonton control; house-hold-type cord connection; bulb ejector; and weighs five oz. Distributed by Photographic Importing & Dist. Corp., 135 Broadway, New York 6, price is $9.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ILLINOIS 300
$59.50
ILLINOIS 300 is an electronic-flash-unit kit. When asassembled, it features 300-volt operation providing 100-wattsec output and 1/ 600-sec flash duration. Price of $59.50 includs tubes, Capacitors, reflector, flash gun, and universal mounting bracket. Power pack AC 2-300 may be used. Occupying same space as B-C unit, it comes in kit form and is priced at $13.50. Manufac turer is Illinois Condenser Co., 1616 N. Throop St., Chicago 22.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SERIES 500
$235
SERIES 500 speed-lights, designed for portrait-type studios are announced by American Speed-light Corp., 63-01 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village 79, L. L., N. Y. Light Intensity can be cut for black-and-white work. Modeling lights are in ratio to the flash intensity and have the same coverage. Power supply of each unit nests in the base and Koiled Kord cable goes through the center of the stand. Lights available are AA-501, 20-in. unit for main light, $345; AA-502, adjustable-beam spotlight, $369; AA-503, adjustable snoot hairlight, $389; AA-504, small backlight, $235.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
CIRCULAR LIGHTS
CIRCULAR LIGHTS for placing light around the lens for a shadowless type of January, 1956 light are announced by American Speed-light Corp., Middle Village 79, Long Island, N. Y. Model AL-417 is designed for operation with 900-volt equipment and has a light output of 1400 ECPS (effective candle power seconds). BL-411, for use with 450-volt equipment, has an Output of 500 ECPS. Priced at they have a provision for filters and attach to Series IV adapter rings. For other series rings, a step-up) or-down ring is necessary.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SOUNDVIEW PhD
$9.90
SOUNDVIEW PhD is a 500-watt filmstrip and slide projector. Featured is a lever-action film advance; filmstrip preview mechanism; separate switch for fan permitting after-cooling of lamp; air duct blowing air directly on film aperture; and a weight lower than most 300-watt projectors. Price is $89, add $9.90 for case. Manufacturer is Automatic Projector Corp., 282 Seventh Ave., New York 1.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
TDC Stereo Vivid DeLuxe
$179.50
TDC Stereo Vivid DeLuxe is a 750-watt stereo projector. Featured is a manual stereo slide changer; a manual 2×2 slide changer; and a TDC Stereo Selectron with Selectray. No adapters are necessary. Imiproved cooling system is claimed to make possible the use of two 750-watt lamps. Price, with two 5-in. matched lenses, is $179.50; with two 4-in, lenses, $189.50. TDC div. of Bell & Howell, 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45, also announces the TDC Stereo Vivid has been reduced to $149.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
FILMOSOUND 385
$464.95
FILMOSOUND 385 is the latest addition to the projector line of Bell & howell Co., 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45. It is claimed to produce four times as much sound volume at low voltage as previous models; provide reserve gain to compensate for variations in film print; assure full sound volume in low-voltage areas. illumination is supplied by a 1000-watt lamp. Prie of the single-case model is $464.95, with a 2-in. Super Provenal f/1.8 lens, lamp, and ac-dc motor. Full details available from B & H.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
FILMOSTO A
$l.95
FILMOSTO A is the name of glass hinders with masks for the automatic Airequipt slide changer. Unit consists of two sheets of very thin, precleaned optical glass which are joined together with an adhesive after transparency is inserted into a built-in mask. A box of 20 units is priced at $l.95 and a box of 100 is $8.95. Distributor is Karl Heitz, 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
Airequipt Stereo Theater
$29.95
AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC., 20 Jones St., New Rochelle, N. Y., announces the Airequipt Stereo Theater. It is an automatic viewer which takes a magazine holding 24 slides and advances them automatically during viewing. Slides remain permanently stored and indexed in the magazine. Other feaures are fingertip focusing; interocular adjustment; even illumination by a-c or batteries. Price is $29.95 less batteries and extra magazines are $1.49 each. Accessories are a lift-off carrying case, $10.95, and an a-c power cartridge with an eight-ft cord, $4.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MARK II SHUTTER
$21.50
MARK II SHUTTER Conversion Kits for all Victor 16-mm projectors produced after 1942 are announced by Victor Animatograph Corp., Davenport, Iowa. An increase of light by 38% is claimed over the previous three interruption shutters. installed at Victor Service Centers, price is $21.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
CINE-KODAK SHOWTIME
$115
CINE-KODAK SHOWTIME is an 8-mm movie projector announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N. Y. Through the use of a new shutter, 60 percent more light is claimed to be transmitted, filling screens up to five feet wide. Also featured are reverse action for review of scenes, lumenized f/1.6 lens, and single-frame projection. Price is $115 incl. tax.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
TCD HEADLINER
$39.95
TCD HEADLINER, a 2×2 projector, is announced in an economy model by TDC div. of Bell & Howell Co., 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45. It features a five-in. helical focusing anastigmat lens; blower cooling; manual changer; and a 200-watt lamp., although it can accommodate a Selectron-Semimatic changer and a 300-watt lamp. Price is $39.95 and case is available at $6.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
$29.95
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT which slips onto the Airequipt Automatic slide changer or which can be connected to any recorder having tape-film synchronization is announced by Airequipt Mfg, Co., Inc., 20 Jones St., New Rochelle, N. Y. Price is $29.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
BI-LENS 35
$4.95
BI-LENS 35 is a 2×2 transparency viewer employing a twin-lens binocular principle, giving 5x magnification and full frame coverage. A strong dimensional effect is claimed, similar to that of stereo slides. Lenses are of ground glass. Manufactured by Sawyer's Inc., Portland, Ore., the price is $4.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ARGUS PREVIEWER
$7.95
ARGUS PREVIEWER for 35-mm transparencies is announced by Argus Cameras, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich. A TV-type viewing lens is claimed to permit viewing by two or more persons at the same time. Slide is inserted through top and illumination is supplied by batteries. Price is $7.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
TOWERPAN-RAM
$9.95
TOWERPAN-RAM hand slide viewer produces 4x magnification Of 35-mm and 828 transparencies. The optical system presents a reflected image rather than a direct view through the transparency, for a claimed 3-D effect. Both eyes are used in viewing and viewing hood accommodates eyeglasses. A product of Sears, Roebuck and Co., 925 S. Homan Ave., Chicago 7, price is $9.95; battery-illuminated model, $12.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
REEL-TAINER
$1.20
REEL-TAINER is a movie reel which features automatic threading. When film end is dropped into the reel the sprocket holes are caught by a series of nibs. Clutch arrangement in the core is claimed to keep the film tightly wound without danger of tearing, scratching, or bending film. Flip-on ring makes reel its own container. Sizes and prices are: 8-mm 200 ft, 99 cents, and 8or 16-mm 400 ft capacity, $1.20. Manufacturer is Apt Corp., 4332 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento 20, Calif.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
BLUE TOP projection lamp
$2.50
BLUE TOP projection lamp features a jewel-hard ceramic finish bonded to the lamp top and is claimed not to chip, scratch, peel, or flake. Sylvania Electric Prods., Inc., 1740 Broadway, New York 19, claims this finish concentrates maximum light opposite the lens, creating a brighter image on the screen. A 300-watt lamp is priced at $2.50, the 500-watt, $4.15.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
two tape recorders
$379.50
De JUR-AMSCO CORP., 45-01 Northern Blvd., Long Island City 1, N. Y. announces two tape recorders, TK-820 (illus.) and TM-819A for custom in intallation. Featured are dual-track operation pish-button track reversal; piano-type key switchboard; for separate erase and record-playback heads; level indicator for recording and a frequency-compensated loudness control for playback; special input selector switch allows three signal sources to remain permanently connected; dynamic cardioil microphone with matching line transformer. Prices are, respectively, $379.50 and $299.50, and additional information is available.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
CRESTWOOD CONCERTO Model 360
$299.50
CRESTWOOD CONCERTO Model 360 is introduced by Daystrom Electric Corp., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Some features are push - button control, printed-circuit preamplifier; 10-watt power amplifier; woofer and tweeter speaker system; storage space for microphone, cords, and four seven-in. reels of tape. Price is $299.50 in wooden cabinet; legs optional at $10.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MODEL 556
$79.95
MODEL 556 is a tape recorder featuring dual - track recordin at 3¾ ips; fast forward and rewind; full - hour recording on a single five - in. reel; recording-level indicator; and easy threading. Price, incl. crystal - type microphone and stand, connecting cord for radio or phonograph, five-in. reel, with tape, pick-up reel, and a-c line cord, is $79.95. Manufacturer is Telectrosonic Corp., 35-18 37th st., Long Island City 1, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
LA BELLE AVT
$449.95
LA BELLE AVT Sound Slide combination is announced by La Belle Sales Corp., Oconomowoc, Wisc. A Control-Recorder has two heads, one for recording and one for playback. While recording, a cue-button is pressed when a slide is to be changed, placing a 1,000-cycle note on the commentary tape. During playback, with recorder connected to projector, the note is converted to electrical energy, eliminating manual slide changing. Recorder also features dual speeds, automatic erase, record level indicator, separate jacks for radio, mike, tuner, and external speaker, 5×7-in. oval PM type speaker, and man ual and foot controls. The Professional projector features remote control, 500-watt lamp, in. f/3.5 lens, turbine cooling, prewarming slide chamber, knob focusing, anti jamming head, and a 9-in. magazine holding up to 150 slides in sequence for automatic projection. Price, complete with matching cases, $449.95, or $295 and $154.95, respectively.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
THREAD TAPE
$1.40
THREAD TAPE is a reel for magnetic tape. By splicing a leader to the tape, it is claimed to thread automatically, eliminate wow caused by edges rubbing, and preserve magnetization of tape. Any part of the tape may be marked on the label, then run fast to the place and played. DeLuxc 7-in. reel includes dust-proof container, extra labels, leader and splicing cement and is priced at $1.40; 5-in. reel without container, 75 cents. Manufacturer is Apt Corp., 4332 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento 20, Calif.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
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IRISH DOUBLE-PLAY TAPE #7-2400 is announced by ORRadio Ind., Inc., Shamrock Circle, Opelika, Ala. With 2400 ft of magnetic tape available on a seven-inch reel, double the playing time is available at all speeds, it is claimed. At 1⅞ ips, up to four hours of single track and eight hours of double track may be recorded. Price is $7.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
METAL THREADER
METAL THREADER for threading tape on a blank reel holds tape to the reel for the first few turns to get the winding started. It can then be slipped off or left on as a reel crank. Fitting reels up to seven in., price is 98 cents. More information from The Fiahan Co., 7517 Pelham Dr., Cleveland 29, Ohio.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MULTI-PRINTER
$7.95
MULTI-PRINTER is designed to make multiple contact prints with 35-mm cut lengths or filmstrip. Film is threaded in film holder by perforated edges and remains in a bowed position until paper is inserted and frame closed, claimed to eliminate scratching and shifting of films. Professional Model A, for six lengths of six frame strips on 8×10 contact paper is priced at $7.95; Amateur Model B takes lengths of strip film and produces one six-frame strip, is priced at $2.95. More information from MP Mfg. Co., Box 79, Brooklyn 23, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
GRADUATED POLYETHYLENE CYLINDERS
$3.30
GRADUATED POLYETHYLENE CYLINDERS for darkroom use are a product of The American Agile Corp., P. O. Box 168, Bedford, Ohio. They are claimed to have excellent chemical resistance to most acids, alkalis, and other solutions at temperatures up to 175 degrees F, and to be stainand leakproof. Standard sizes range from 25-to 1000-ml capacity, prices from $3.30 to $8.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
AUTOMEGA E-5
$265
AUTOMEGA E-5 Autofocus enlarger handles negative sizes from 2¼×2¼ to 5×7. Automatic focusing controls permit shifting from one print size to another without shifting focus. The E-5 accepts interchangeable lenses from 3½ to 7½ in. in focal length: is reversible for floor projection; may be equipped with condensers for negatives up to 4×5 and with the fluorescent Omegalite, up to 5×7. Double condensers are interchangeable, and matched to focal length of lenses. Magnification is controlled by a rack-and-pinion hand crank. Price of the Standard Omegalite model, not including matched lens, lens mount, and tracks, is $265; D-type condenser lamphouse with Colorhead and set of 6½-in. tracks is $61.80. Manufacturer is Simmon Bros., Inc., 30-28 Starr Ave., Long Island City 1, N. Y.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
BFI 7.MINUTE DEVELOPING PROCESS
$23.75
BFI 7.MINUTE DEVELOPING PROCESS is accomplished with special BFi chemicals and a tank containing seven separate, removable pint cups and a light-proof revolving lid. Cups are filled with developer, shortstop bath, fixer, water rinse, hypo neutralizer, water wash, and wetting agent Film is darkroom-loaded onto reel; pushed into lid turret, and placed on the processer. Turret is turned to starting index. Loaded reel is pushed into the developer agitated, and moved along into each tank until processing is complete. The unit is adaptable for print or color processing. Water-jacket tank may be filled with water of proper temperature and has a hose-inlet-outlet arrangement. Priced at $23.75, necessary solutions are included. Manufacturer is Brown Forman Ind., 1908 Howard St., Louisville 1, Ky.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SEMI-PRO
$12.50
SEMI-PRO is announced by FR Corp., 951 Brook Ave., New York 51, as the most complete beginners’ home-developing and contact-printing kit. It includes an adjustable FR developing tank, three “printrays,” film clips, thermometer, chemicals, printing paper, darkroom bulb, all-metal contact printer, and instruction book. Price is $12.50.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
KODACHROME TYPE F
$1.85
KODACHROME TYPE F film for photo-fash use without a filter and with clear, wire-filled lamps is announced by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N. Y. For daylight use, a Wratten No. 85C filter is needed and exposure is the same as with Kodachrome Daylight Type. With photoflood illumination, a Wratten 82a filter is needed and exposure index is 10. With 3200 K lamps, a Wratten 82C filter is used with exposure index of 8. Film price is now $1.85 (20 exp.) and $2.60 (36 exp.) 35-mm cartridges, and $1 for 828 (8exp.). Kodak also announces discontinuance of processing charge included in film price. Processing charge by Kodak or independent laboratories start at $1.50 for 20 exp. cartridge.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
WARMTONE ARTWEAVE (ZL)
WARMTONE ARTWEAVE (ZL), a Du Pont photographic paper, is now being produced on a white stock, replacing the earlier cream-tinted surface. Velour Black surface QL has also been discontinued but remains available in the Warmtone surface QL. Announcement is from E. L. du Pont De Nemours Co., Wilmington, Del.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
MINOX DAYLIGHT COLOR
$1.95
MINOX DAYLIGHT COLOR film with an exposure index of 32 is announced by Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York 3, Film can be processed commercially or with Anscochrome processing kits. A 36-exp. cassette for the Minox camera is priced at $1.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
POLAROID PROFESSIONAL
$2.95
POLAROID PROFESSIONAL Pan Land Film for Speedliner and Pathfinder cameras is announced by Polaroid Corp., Cambridge 39, Mass. Speed is 200 (ASA equivalent) and contrast can be controlled by reducing or extending normal developing time of 45 sec. Dynamic range is 60-100 and it is claimed there is no evidence of grain when prints are examined under a 400-power microscope. An eight-exposure roll is priced at $2.95.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
SUPER-XX
SUPER-XX roll-film and film packs have been discontinued, announces Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y. Plus-X has been improved and now has an exposure index of 80 for daylight and 64 for tungsten light.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
KODAK COLOR-PRINT MATERIAL
$10.15
KODAK COLOR-PRINT MATERIAL is announced by Eastman Kodak Co.. Rochester 4, N. Y. Type C is designed for printing from Ektacolor and Kodacolor negatives, while Type R is designed for printing with a single exposure from Kodachrome or Ektachrome transparencies. Prices for both papers start at $10.15 for a package of 25 sheets 8×10 in size. Color Conversion Kit Type C (reading and printing filters, standard reference lamp, photocell, and timers) is available as an accessory with Type C paper.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
ANSCOCHROME
$6.95
ANSCOCHROME 16-mm daylight - type movie film is announced by Ansco News Bureau, Binghamton, N. Y. The exposure index is 32, permitting picture-taking in dimmer light than previously possible. It is claimed to have color-curve uniformity (pictures get uniformly darker or lighter as exposure is decreased or increased). Prices are $6.95 for a 50-ft magazine and $10.40 for a 100-ft spool, including processing.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
QUICK-SNAP coupler
QUICK-SNAP coupler (page 130, Sept. 1955 issue) is manufactured by Hansen-Lonnes Co., 853 West Hoyt Ave., St. Paul 3, Minn. Address appeared erroneously as East Hoyt Ave.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
POCKET TITLER
$9.95
POCKET TITLER for 8mm movie cameras attaches to camera lens for on-the-spot titles, eliminating photographing and splicing titles later on. Fades, wipes, and revolving filles are possible. Price $9.95, includes title cards and close-up lens. Three models are available; B, for Brownie 2.7 and 1.9 cameras; K for Series 4 Kodak adapter ring; and C for Tillen C adapter ring. Manufacturer is Mansfield Ind. Inc., 1227 W. Loyola St., Chicago 26.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
EMDE
$7.50
EMDE 2×2 aluminum-foil masks with ultra-thin glass is used for mounting transparencies in Airequipt magazine frames. Film is inserted under mask nibs, slipped between the glass, and inserted into the frame. Price of a 100-unit box is $7.50. More information from EMDE Products, 2028 Stoner Ave., Los Angeles 25, Calif.
Hanimex (USA) Inc.
PERSONALIZED CUSTOM
$1.50
PERSONALIZED CUSTOM color processing service is announced by Kurshan & Lang Color Service, Dept. A, 10E. 46th St., New York 17. Each roll or sheet film of Anscochrome and E-2 Ektachrome is individually processed in Nikor reels and hangers and automatic agitation machinery is used. Charges are $1.50 for 20-exp. and $2.25 for 36-exp. cartridges, mounted; $1.25 for 120 and 620 roll Hirns (8exp.) and $1.50 for 12 exp. in matte sleeves. Price card, brochure of services including color prints, and mailing bags free upon request.—
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ERIE SCIENTIFIC CORP.: deluxe PROTECTION
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candid shots
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candid shots
All About Bottled Lightning
Meter-Reading with a Camera
When Rivals Meet . . .
Morris Gordon on New Color
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Editors
Flash photography now has a quarter-century of “past”; its present is bright, and its future is dazzling. Far from being sidetracked by the introduction of new fast films and phenomenal developers, it has grown steadily in versatility and usefulness, especially in very recent years.
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FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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FLASHBULBS OR SPEEDLIGHTS?
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Flash photography today is no longer a novelty. In twenty-five years it has grown from a tool used almost exclusively by press photographers to one used by fifteen or twenty million snap-shooters. Today everybody is a flash photographer, and practically every camera on the market is equipped with internal flash synchronization.
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FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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What you should know about flash equipment
Batteries
Connectors
FLASH OUTFITS
Accessories
Types of mounting
Types of synchronization
Field test for synchronization
Darkroom syschronization
Four checks before using flash
Safety Guide
Trouble-shooting Chart
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HARVEY SHAMAN
AT ONE time or another, you have inserted a bulb into your flashgun and pushed the button, only to have something go wrong. Practically every photographer has had this embarrassing experience, so don’t think you are unique. There is a saying, "Knowledge is power,” and when it comes to flash, it certainly holds true.
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FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Boost your available light with bounce flash
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BOB SCHWALBERG
THERE is a growing awareness today that total reliance upon available-light techniques, regardless of subject matter or lighting quality, is a self-defeating photographic philosophy. This does not mean anything like an anti-available-light trend—far from it.
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FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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What you can do with a Simple flash Camera
Here's how easy it is to make and attach extension
SIDE-LIGHTING
BOUNCE
MULTIPLE
ACTION
SYNCHRO-SUN
TRIPLE EXPOSURE
CLOSE-UP
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CARL LINDQUIST
MOST simple cameras do well enough at recording various festive occasions in the home, but even the most casual amateur soon tires of the flat, uninteresting lighting provided by on-the-camera flash. Addition of a sidelight, a backlight, or both, will give roundness and depth to your subject, texture to the skin tones, and lighten those dark backgrounds.
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FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Bounce flash is good for color, too
DOUBLE-LAMP WALL BOUNCE
DIRECT, ON-CAMERA FLASH
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GEORGE WISLER
ONCE you take a look at the pictures of a young child on the opposite page, the advantages of using bounce techniques for your flash pictures should be obvious. Long a familiar method for taking black-and-white pictures, bounce flash with color film has been avoided by most amateurs as being too full of problems to be practical.
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article
60
60,61,90
FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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What you should know about flash and the new color films
ANSCOCHROME DAYLIGHT TYPE TESTS
EKTACHROME TYPE F TEST
EKTACHROME DAYLIGHT TYPE TESTS
Blue flashbulbs with the two daylight-type films
Electronic flash with the two daylight-type films
Clear flashbulbs with Ektachrome Type F
Conclusion
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MORRIS GORDON
Although I have been making flash and speedlight exposures on Kodachrome, the old Ektachrome (E-1), and the now discontinued Ansco Color Film for many vears, it wasn’t until very recently that I had a chance to try the new faster color films with my favorite flash sources.
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article
62
62,63,64,65,90,91,92
FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Halsman's portable speedlight studio
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NORMAN C. LIPTON
LAST spring, still another chapter was written in Philippe Halsman’s fascinating photographic career, which has been studded with many unusual assignments and shattered precedents. He embarked for Europe, early in March, with a fully equipped portable speedlight studio—to photograph some of the foremost figures of the political, social, and entertainment worlds in England, France, and Italy.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0058.xml
article
66
66,67,68,69,152,154,156,158
FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Multiple Flashwires and slaves
Color Processing
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RUS ARNOLD
RECAUSE the results of extension flash are often so very dramatic, some photographers are afraid to try it. Yet it is really simple, if you tackle it the right way. There are two tools at your command: regular flash connected to a B-C unit by extension cords of any desired length; and “slave units,” which set off flashbulbs with a self-contained B-C unit on an impulse from a photoelectric cell at the instant another bulb is fired.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0059.xml
article
70
70,71
FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Don't make these common flash errors
1 Underexposure
2 Overexposure
5 Shadow on wall
6 Reflections
3 Hotspots
4 Uneven light
7 Double image
8 Too much fill-in
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0060.xml
article
72
72,73,74,75,76,77,78
FLASH A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL ISSUE
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Pictures with flash
BOUNCE AND BACKLIGHT
FLASH—SOFT AND SHARP
MULTIPLE IMAGES
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FLASH—electronic or conventional—is merely the means to a photographic end—better pictures, more exciting pictures, no matter how bad the existing light or how difficult the circumstances. This portfolio shows some of the infinite versatility of modern flash as used by experts to create a variety of effects from simulated natural light to stroboscopic multiple images.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0061.xml
article
79
79
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL FLASH ISSUE
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all about ELECTRONIC FLASH
PART 1 ELECTRONIC FLASH— WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT DOES
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BOB SCHWALBERG
Electronic flash is usually thought of as the very newest and most modern idea in photographic lighting. Actually, as is the case with so many of our modern gadgets, it is merely a dressed-up version of an idea which dates back to the 1850’s when photography was still in its awkward infancy.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0062.xml
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80
80,81,82
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PART 2 HOW TO BUY AN ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT
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Before purchasing an electronic flash unit it is important to make an estimate of the type and amount of use you intend to give it. Will you make ten or twelve flashes every month or so—or will you make several hundred flashes per month? When you shoot speedlight pictures, will you flash a few pictures—or will you shoot many pictures rapidly in a short period of time?
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0063.xml
article
82
82,83
PART 2 HOW TO BUY AN ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT
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PART 3 THE STORY OF RECIPROCITY
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As the early photographic investigators gained experience with their new medium, they began to formulate rules and theories in order to explain photographic phenomena so that people could predict the results of various actions. One of the earliest of these rules was the “law of reciprocity.”
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0064.xml
article
83
83,84,85
PART 2 HOW TO BUY AN ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT
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PART 4 TAKING PICTURES WITH ELECTRONIC FLASH
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Electronic flash is one of the most flexible and versatile of all photographic light sources. It can be used as a source of direct light either on or off the camera. It can be bounced off walls or ceilings to simulate natural-light effects. Two, three, or twenty units or flash-heads may be combined with extension wires or with photoelectric “slave units.”
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0065.xml
article
85
85,86
PART 2 HOW TO BUY AN ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT
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PART 5 BLACK-AND-WHITE SPEEDLIGHT NEGATIVES
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The development of your electronic-flash negatives should be keyed to the contrast required and the guide number adjusted accordingly. In other words, if your speedlight negatives require X minutes in the developer you use, this immersion time should be used to obtain the guide numbers according to which you will shoot.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0066.xml
article
86
86,100,101,102
PART 2 HOW TO BUY AN ELECTRONIC FLASH UNIT
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PART 6 SHOOTING COLOR WITH ELECTRONIC FLASH
PORTABLE SPEEDLIGHTS TODAY
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The color temperature of electronic flash units generally varies from a low of about 5,600 degrees Kelvin to a high of about 7,200 degrees Kelvin. American daylight conditions also vary in about the same range, and daylight color emulsions are balanced for use with light having a color temperature of 5,900 to 6,000 degrees Kelvin.
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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SPOT-O-MATIC
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THE ART CENTER SCHOOL
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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ARROW METAL PRODUCTS CO.
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92
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Bell & Howell
Stereo Colorist
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Stereo Vivid
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93
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Bell & Howell
TRI-LENS
Bell & Howell
EXPLORER
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0074.xml
article
94
94,95,96
BE A SPARE-TIME PROFESSIONAL
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CUSTOM ENLARGING
Ever thought of turning your photographic ability into a spare-time financial asset? This article will show you how a few extra hours can pay good dividends.
cropping
toning
backgrounds
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LLOYD WEST
ALTHOUGH THE AVERAGE “serious” photographer does his own enlarging, usually he doesn’t think of it as a skill that can be used to increase his income. Actually, however, it’s a phase of photography that can be developed into a lucrative spare-time business.
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VOIGTLÄNDER A. G.
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VOIGTLÄNDER A. G.
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98
98
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES: BFi
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
BFi
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article
98
98,99
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WHICH FLASHBULB?
This chart will help you choose the right bulb
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99
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AMERICAN SPEEDLIGHT CORP.
ascorlight 201
AMERICAN SPEEDLIGHT CORP.
ascorlight 405
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Calumet Manufacturing Company
STAINLESS STEEL BUCKETS
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UNIVERSAL VIEW CAMERA
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103
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Weston thermometers
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Weston thermometers
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103
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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MICO PHOTO PRODUCTS: MICO DUO VUE 66
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MICO PHOTO PRODUCTS
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TA-MAR INC.: ADAPT·A·ROLL 620
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TA-MAR INC.
ADAPT·A·ROLL 620
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0089.xml
article
106
106
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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a unique Slide Viewer
American Optical Company’s Action-Vue is semi-automatic
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Otto Bayer
One of the problems of the maker of color slides is how to show them effectively in places where it’s impossible to set up a projector or table viewer. The pictures, of course, have details too small to be seen clearly with the naked eye and another angle to the problem is the frequent lack of an adequate light source.
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107,108,109,110,111,112
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Dowling's
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0091.xml
article
113
113,116
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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Confused About Films?
Here’s a rundown on all the new Kodak, Ansco, and Polaroid emulsions
Kodak Color Transparency Films: 35-mm and No. 828 rolls
Ansco Color Transparency Films: 35-mm and No. 828 Rolls
Kodak Color Transparency Films in Rolls:
Ansco Color Transparency Films in Rolls:
Kodak Color Transparency Sheet Films:
Kodak Negative Color Films:
Kodak Black-and-White Films: 35-mm and Roll-film Sizes:
Ansco 35-mm Roll-film Black-and-White Materials
Kodak Film Packs:
Kodak Sheet Films:
Ansco Sheet Films:
The Polaroid Black-and-White Films:
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BOB SCHWALBERG
For the benefit of those readers who may, quite understandably, be confused by all the changes that have recently taken place in color and black-and-white films, here’s a summary of the situation as it existed when we went to press. In the miniature format, two Kodak color films are now supplied:
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114,115
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
EXPOSURE METERS
OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
IKOFLEX IIA
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0093.xml
article
116
116
new books
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new books
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PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE TRAVELER, by Don D. Nibbelink, revised by Mel Fauer. Published by Crown Publishers, Inc., 419 Fourth Ave., New York 16, N. Y. Paper bound, 5 × 7, illustrated, 110 pages, $1.00. This book gives practical advice to the photographer while traveling.
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117
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BROOKS CAMERAS
RETINA IIIC
BROOKS CAMERAS
REVERE 888
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0095.xml
article
118
118
photo tips—short cuts to better pictures
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photo tips—short cuts to better pictures
Compact Darkroom Facilities
No Accidental Exposure of Film
Keep Developing Reel Clean
Base for Clamp-on Reflector
To Hold Easel Steady
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For the photographer who has a problem of limited space, a typewriter table such as that illustrated here will supply compact darkroom facilities. Top of table accommodates enlarger, and print dryer occupies floor space beneath shelf which holds trays, chemicals, safelight, and other items.
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grand central camera
35MM CAMERAS
grand central camera
SLIDE PROJECTORS
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119
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grand central camera
LEICA M-3
grand central camera
LEICA IIIF
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120,121,122,123,124,125
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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126
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DUPLICATE SLIDE SERVICE
KODACOLOR PRINTS
DUPLICATE SLIDE SERVICE
ANSCOCHROME
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126
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COLOR KING LABS
EKTACHROME
COLOR KING LABS
ANSCOCHROME
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0101.xml
article
126
126
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL FLASH ISSUE
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PEP UP your bounce flash
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Probably the most popular lighting technique of the magazine fraternity is bouncelight, pointing a light source upward and letting the ceiling reflect, or bounce the light back on the subject. Reducing the extreme contrast of the usual flash-on-camera pointed directly at a subject, the effect closely approximates natural light sources, giving a soft, even illumination, without losing the natural look.
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WILLOUGHBYS
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Hasselblad Superwide
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128,129
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PENN
KODACHROME
PENN
EKTACHROME
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0104.xml
article
130
130,131,138,142
movie section
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Films for profit
Competent 16-mm amateur photographers can produce professional films for industry, small businesses and entertainment
Finding a customer
Making an agreement
Preparations for shooting
The shooting
10 STEPS IN MAKING A PROFESSIONAL FILM
Choosing actors
Editing
The narration script
Recording of narration and background music
Making the duplicate
Copyright
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ERNST WILDI
Many amateur photographers are capable of producing films on a professional level for industry, small businesses, or entertainment. The better-than-average photographer can make his films pay off in dollars and cents, and should try his luck in this area of 16-mm films.
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article
132
132,133
MOVIES
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Fundamentals of production
CCNY MOVIE SHORT COURSE PART 3
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YAEL WOLL
You are producing your own film. You don’t have too much experience, money, time, or equipment. You’ve got problems. That’s all right. Problems can be solved. When you’re in the planning stage, make it easy on yourself. While you’re making the film, don’t quit on yourself.
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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article
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134
MOVIES
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New Kodak Brownie has 3-lens turret
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The new Eastman Kodak Brownie 8mm movie camera has a unique “three-lens” system which gives the amateur versatility without losing any of the simplicity of the one-lens Brownie camera. The new camera will sell for $79.50. The design of the lens system is such that the normal lens is located in the camera body.
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WILLOUGHBYS
BEADED SCREENS
WILLOUGHBYS
GADGET BAGS
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136,137
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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AWON FILMS
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AWON FILMS
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139
139
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WILLOUGHBYS: VOIGTLANDER
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WILLOUGHBYS
VOIGTLANDER
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SPIRATONE INC.
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article
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contests and markets
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contests and markets
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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AMERICAN MUSIC CONFERENCE has announced its contest to choose six winning photographs of amateur musicians participating in their hobby. Top prizes are $250, $150, and $100, along with three $25 prizes. Payment of $10 will he made to any nonwinners whose photographs are used for publicity purposes.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT CO.
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DELPRO SALES CO.
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Deposit Required with C.O.D. Orders. All Advertised Merchandise Sub/ect to Prior Sale1 ABE COHEN’S EXCHANGE, INC.
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WALL ST. CAMERA EXCH.
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BOB RITZ
EXPOSURE METERS
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BOB RITZ
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CINEMA LENS CO.: EXPOSURE METER MIRACLE
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CINEMA LENS CO.
EXPOSURE METER MIRACLE
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0127.xml
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153
153
[no value]
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DELTA PHOTO SUPPLY
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DELTA PHOTO SUPPLY
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0128.xml
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154
154
[no value]
[no value]
PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.: SEKONIC compact
[no value]
PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.
SEKONIC compact
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0129.xml
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155
155
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement: POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0130.xml
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156
156,157
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0131.xml
article
158
158
Calendar of exhibitions
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Calendar of exhibitions
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The Grand National Photographic Contest, Agfa India Limited, Bombay, India. Closes December 31, 1955. No entry fee, empty carton of Agfa film must be submitted with each print or slide. Pictures to be published in "Agfa Photo Gallery”. For information and entry blanks, write Agfa Photo Contest, Agfa India Limited, 198, Jamshedji Tata Road, Bombay 1, India.
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0132.xml
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158
158
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PANORAM FILM LABS
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PANORAM FILM LABS
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0133.xml
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158
158
[no value]
[no value]
WESTERN PHOTO SALES
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WESTERN PHOTO SALES
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0134.xml
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159
159,160,161,162
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the photographic market place
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0135.xml
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162
162,163,164,165
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classified advertising
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0136.xml
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165
165
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0137.xml
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165
165
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Travel & Resort Dept.
[no value]
Travel & Resort Dept.
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[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0138.xml
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166
166
[no value]
[no value]
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP.
[no value]
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CORP.
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[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0139.xml
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167
167
[no value]
[no value]
General Electric Company: G-E Exposure Meters
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General Electric Company
G-E Exposure Meters
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0140.xml
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168
168
[no value]
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: Kodak Stereo Camera
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Kodak Stereo Camera
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19560101_0038_001_0141.xml