Issue: 19560301

Thursday, March 1, 1956
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Monday, December 8, 2014

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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0001.xml
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General Aniline & Film Corporation: ANSCO SUPER SPEEDEX
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General Aniline & Film Corporation
ANSCO SUPER SPEEDEX
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0002.xml
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Advertisements
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Bell & Howell
TRI-LENS
Bell & Howell
EXPLORER
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0005.xml
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D.P. BUSHNELL & CO., INC.: BINO-FOTO
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D.P. BUSHNELL & CO., INC.
BINO-FOTO
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0006.xml
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Advertisements
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP
EXPERT IV
ALLIED IMPEX CORP
MATADOR
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0007.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Cover: Pro and Con
He, too, Shot Himself
Shooting the Olympics
How Near the Sun?
Who Fixed First?
Nose-Against-the-Window
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Bravo for your January cover! The bewitching face of Marina Vlady is one of the best reasons I know of for buying POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY. Also, the announcement on the cover of lead articles with accompanying black-and-white photographs is an exciting and tempting introduction to the magazine.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0008.xml
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POLAROID CORPORATION
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POLAROID CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0009.xml
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GRAFLEX, INC.
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GRAFLEX, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0010.xml
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Advertisements
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Graflex, Inc.
PACEMAKER GRAPHIC 45
Graflex, Inc.
STROBOFLASH
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0011.xml
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E. LEITZ, INC.: ADOX
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E. LEITZ, INC.
ADOX
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0012.xml
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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
Universal Kodacolor Film. A new, improved version of E-K’s familiar Kodacolor negative roll film is now being made available throughout the country—a film permitting daylight and clear flashbulb exposures to be made on the same roll without the use of filters.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0013.xml
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E.LEITZ,INC.: BRAUN
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E.LEITZ,INC.
BRAUN
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0014.xml
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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_19560301_0038_003_0015.xml
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THE FR CORPORATION: X-500
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THE FR CORPORATION
X-500
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0016.xml
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STANDARD CAMERA COMPANY INC.: Praktina
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STANDARD CAMERA COMPANY INC.
Praktina
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0017.xml
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THE FR CORPORATION: Minolta AUTOCORD
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THE FR CORPORATION
Minolta AUTOCORD
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0018.xml
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Advertisements
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VOIGTLANDER
Voigtlander Vitessa "L"
VOIGTLANDER
Voigtlander Vito B
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0019.xml
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J. G. MARSHALL Mfg. Co., Inc.: MARSHALL'S PHOTO-OIL COLORS
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J. G. MARSHALL Mfg. Co., Inc.
MARSHALL'S PHOTO-OIL COLORS
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0020.xml
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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
With color television just around the corner, can you give me some hints as to making pictures in color off the TV screen? What kind of film would I need and what filters would be recommended for getting good color rendition?—P. R. T., Chicago, III.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0021.xml
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY: 45MCR
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY
45MCR
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0022.xml
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0023.xml
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AIREQUIPT Mfg. Co., Inc.: STEREO THEATER
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AIREQUIPT Mfg. Co., Inc.
STEREO THEATER
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0024.xml
article
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CAMERA CLUBS
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CAMERA CLUBS
Have Grudge—Will Travel
Good Movies Made at Home
Another Club Council Started
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Whit Hillyer
Periodically I hear from a camera club officer who is worried about a drop-off in attendance at meetings and wonders how best to improve matters. Of course you can’t devise a remedy which will cure every camera club ill. And usually the situation is best examined at close hand, with some knowledge of the individuals and local conditions involved.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0025.xml
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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_19560301_0038_003_0026.xml
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OPTICS MANUFACTURING CORP.: OPTA-VUE
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OPTICS MANUFACTURING CORP.
OPTA-VUE
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0027.xml
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35-mm TODAY
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35-mm TODAY
Twenty Years of the Leica Manual
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Bob Schwalberg
In the three decades since the birth of 35-mm still photography at the 1924 Leipzig Fair, the Leica people have managed to produce seventeen models of their famous camera ranging from the Model A to the M-3. In 1935 one of the most valuable of all Leica accessories made its first appearance.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0028.xml
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CARL ZEISS, INC.: Contax
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
Contax
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0029.xml
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CANON Camera Co., Inc.
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CANON Camera Co., Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0030.xml
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Advertisements
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0031.xml
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Advertisement: WESTON MASTER II
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WESTON MASTER II
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0032.xml
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STEREO TODAY
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STEREO TODAY
Eye-twisting Research
Mounting Improves
Console-type Projector
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Robert L. McIntyre
Most of us try to keep our stereo slides in perfect alignment, but a group of Kodak researchers have developed a special mount that deliberately raises one transparency in relation to the other or rotates it by a measured amount. The mount was designed for use as a tool in a study to determine how accurately slides must be mounted for hand viewing.
PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0033.xml
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NIKON INCORPORATED: NIKON S-2
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NIKON INCORPORATED
NIKON S-2
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0034.xml
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Advertisements
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Brown-Forman Distillers Corp.
BFi NO. 30
Brown-Forman Distillers Corp.
BFi NO. 20
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PopularPhotography_19560301_0038_003_0035.xml
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WHAT'S NEW
TRADE NOTES AND NEWS
CAMERAS
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
PROJECTION & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
FLASH
SOUND PROJECTION EQUIPMENT
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
FILM AND PAPER
PROCESSING SERVICE
PUBLICATIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
Camera Specialty Co.
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Camera Specialty Co.
EDIXA MODEL D
$59.95
EDIXA MODEL D 35-mm camera is imported by Camera Specialty Co., 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville 8, N.Y. It has a rapidwinding lever which simultaneously cocks shutter and transports film and a coupled rangefinder insures correct focusing, in this camera extending from three ft to infinity. The lens is a hard-coated, color-corrected Isconar f/2.8 and the Prontor shutter has speeds from 1 sec to 1/300 and bulb. Built-in synchronization is controlled by a lever pointing selectively to M, X, or V setting. Price is $59.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
PRO COLOR CAMERA
$7.50
PRO COLOR CAMERA is an inexpensive, fixed-focus 35-mm camera sold preloaded with 12-exposure Eastman color film, and costing $7.50. The body is of polystyrene and a carrying case is provided. Maximum aperture is f/11 and shutter speed is 1/50 sec. Processing and mounting the 12 transparencies costs $2.50, including the 12frame strip of color film. Maker is Beaurline Industries, Inc., 740 Rossmor Bldg., St. Paul 1, Minn.
Camera Specialty Co.
Graphic 35 camera
$99.50
OPTIONAL LENS EQUIPMENT for Graphic 35 camera is announced by Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. The new lens has a speed of f/2.8 (standard lens is f/3.5) and cameras equipped with it also embody an additional color-coding bank in their Spectramatic flash settings to deal with new, faster films such as Ektachrome and Anscochrome. With leather carrying case and Graflash FL, the new f/2.8 Graphic 35 is priced at $99.50.
Camera Specialty Co.
ZEISS CAMERA KITS
$89.50
NEW ZEISS CAMERA KITS are available for those desiring to buy complete outfits in a single carton, according to Carl Zeiss, Inc., 485 Fifth Ave., New York 17. Kits contain camera, Ikoblitz O flash unit with zipper case, and an eveready carrying case for camera. The kit with Contina II camera and Novar f/3.8 lens is priced at $89.50, and a second with the same camera and Novicar f/2.8 lens is $99.50.
Camera Specialty Co.
REFLEX VIEWER
$5.95
REFLEX VIEWER for the 4×5 Graphic View II and the 4×5 Graphic cameras with Graflok back is made by Filmtronics, inc., 96 Huntington St., New London, Conn. It is painted in silvertone finish to match that of the cameras, snaps into place easily, and gives a right-side-up image. Price is $5.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
CANON RAPID WINDER
$19
CANON RAPID WINDER which fits directly all Canon cameras from Serial No. 50,200 up, is said to make Canon the fastestwinding camera. It is installed by replacing the base plate and has a retractable trigger and removable hand grip permitting fast singlestroke winding, while the hand that trips the shutter remains in position for continuous "firing." Price is $19 and a free brochure is available from Canon Camera Co., Inc., 550 Fifth Ave., New York 36.
Camera Specialty Co.
SLIP-ON FILTERS
$1.95
SLIP-ON FILTERS of new type are announced by Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Hoslyn Heights, Long Island, N. Y. Types are as follows: 1) yellow cloud filter; 2) portrait attachment; 3) slip-on filter for kodacolor Indoor film when shooting outdoors; 4) slip-on filter for Ektachrome "F" film when shooting outdoors. Each type is mounted in gray-anodized plastic and is priced at $1.95 in each of three sizes.
Camera Specialty Co.
Sekonic Compact
$9.95
EXPOSURE METER named Sekonic Compact is announced by Photographic Importing & Distributing Corp., 135 Broadway, New York 6. Range of filmspeed scale is from 10 to 800, Speeds from 4 sec to 1/1000, and f-stops from f/1 to f/32. Sekonic Compact slips into the camera's accessory clip but can be used in that position or off the camera. Price $9.95, with leather case.
Camera Specialty Co.
PYRAMID TRIPOD
$9.95
PYRAMID TRIPOD, a product of Pagliuso Eng. Co., 113 W. Harvard St., Glendale 4, California, is of lightweight tubular construction, has three sections, and closes to 22 inches. Leg locks are positive in action and it is claimed that telescoping leg sections cannot bind or separate. Price with ball-swivel head is $9.95; with the same head and Pyramid Extendo, which adds 11 inches to height, price is $13.95; and with Extendo and pan-tilt head it is $15.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
Mark II case
$59.95
SEAHAWK UNDERWATER CAMERA CASE for Argus C-3 camera is called Mark II case by its maker, Seahawk Products, 1560 Placentia Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. The housing is of cast aluminum anodized to resist salt-water corrosion, and knobs control film wind and lock, and shutter operation. The lens port is of optically correct plastic. Built-in focusing control and ports for underwater synchronized flash or electronic flash are provided and the case is guaranteed against leakage to a depth of 150 feet. Price of the case is $59.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
Hasselblad 1000F
$8.95
FILTERS for Hasselblad 1000F and Hasselblad Superwide 2¼×2¼ cameras are announced by Willoughbys, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1. They are of optical glass ground and polished by special techniques and are mounted in dull-black-finish aluminum holders. Each has an identification that indicates color, diameter, and exposure factor. Hasselblad Optical Glass Filters for 1000F model come in seven colors and types and are Priced at $8.95 each; those for Superwide 2¼×2¼ are five in number and cost $12.95 each.
Camera Specialty Co.
GRAPHIC 35
$22.95
ACCESSORIES FOR GRAPHIC 35, product of Graflex, Inc., Rochester 8, N. Y., are Proximeter I and II, both near-focusing devices that utilize the built-in range and viewfinders of the camera. With the Proximeter, Graphic 35 will focus objects as close as 12 inches. Sufficient Parallax correction is said to be provided throughout the focusing and viewfinding range. Respective ranges are: Proximeter I, 28 in. to 20⅜ in; Proximeter II, 15⅝ in. to in., and price is $22.95 for either type.
Camera Specialty Co.
ELITAR SOLIGOR
$54.95
ELITAR SOLIGOR 15-mm f/1.9 lens is distributed by Interstate Photo Supply Corp., 17 W. 17th St., New York. It is for use with Series V filters, has standard "C" mount and clickstop diaphragm, is fully color-corrected and precision-tested, according to Interstate. Price is $54.95 and a brochure will be sent upon request.
Camera Specialty Co.
CANON ULTRA WIDE ANGLE
$175
CANON ULTRA WIDE ANGLE lens is claimed by its U. S. factory branch. Canon Camera Co., 550 Fifth Ave., New York, to be the world's fastest 25-mm lens. Maximum aperture is f/3.5 and angle is 83 degrees, with wide-open edge-to-edge correction said to be the best yet achieved. The new lens is set in a lightweight mount and has new amber coating resulting in improved color balance in color pictures. Price is $175 and a brochure is available.
Camera Specialty Co.
PROXAR LENS KIT
$9
PROXAR LENS KIT for close-up photography is announced by Enteco Products, 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21. N. Y. Three Proxars of different powers are furnished in each kit—plus 1, plus 2, and plus 3 diopters. Since any two may be combined magnilication is available to 5 diopter powers. Kits are available in Series IV, V, VI, and VII sizes, and prices range from $9 to $14.
Camera Specialty Co.
ALGULAR
$129
ALGULAR 135-mm f/3.2 lens is imported by Karl Heitz, Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17. It is said to be a true telephoto and consists of five elements in an "Extensan" lens mount of 20-mm extension range. Focusing is possible from 3 ft to infinity and extension tubes or bellows may be employed to permit ultra close-ups down to a 1:1 subjectto-negative image ratio. Angle of field is 20 degrees, length, 3¼ in., and weight 9½ oz. Price is $129.
Camera Specialty Co.
IHAGEE-ZEISS STEREO UNIT
$180
IHAGEE-ZEISS STEREO UNIT for 35-mm Exakta cameras is now in production at the Ihagee-Zeiss factory in East Germany. The attachment contains a binocular for viewing and gives true-to-life three-dimensional pictures. Price will approximate $180, according to Exakta Camera Co., 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville, N. Y.
Camera Specialty Co.
WIDE-ANGLE LENS
$119.50
WIDE-ANGLE LENS attachment for Realist 45 camera. product of Realist, Inc., 315 W. Court St., Milwaukee, Wis., increases subject coverage by approximately 40 percent. It consists of a pair of 4-element, 25-mm lenses, and has its own parallax-corrected optical viewfinder. Pictures may be taken as close as 15 inches with the new attachment. In use, the wide-angle supplement is mounted over the twin lenses of the Realist, then secured by a collet-type locking device. List price is $119.50, with a top-grain cowhide carrying case.
Camera Specialty Co.
REAR-PROJECTION SCREEN
$1
NEW REAR-PROJECTION SCREEN material, known as WDD (wide-dispersion, dark), is a product of Klearcite Screen Co., 1432 North Orleans St., Chicago 10. It is laminated and embossed to produce over 2,000 prismatic projections per square inch, and these result in completely uniform distribution of light throughout the screen area, whether black-and-white or color is projected. The new material is said to be flexible, portable, flameproof, and washable, and is priced at $1 per Sq ft.
Camera Specialty Co.
THREE SLIDE-BINDING ACCESSORIES
$14.95
THREE SLIDE-BINDING ACCESSORIES have been introduced by Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York. Minox transparency cutter has 5x magnifier and operates by thumb pressure on the viewer's handle, is priced at $14.95. Minox slidebinding kit contains slide frames, metal masks, and cover glass for making 50 complete slides. Cost is $8.50. Minox slide safe is made of clear plastic and has 50 individual numbered slots for 30×30 Minox slides. It has a foam-rubber lining and dust-proof cover, and measures 3×6½×1½ Price is $2.25. See your Minox dealer.
Camera Specialty Co.
AUTOMATIC REWINDER
$19.95
AUTOMATIC REWINDER for movie film is being introduced by its manufacturer, O'Dell Industries. 3975 Lake Michigan Drive, Grand Rapids. Mich. The product. known as O'Dell-O-Matic, is said to be completely automatic, requiring no power other than that furnished by the projector. Through its use, rewinding is accomplished during projection of the film, and it is claimed that scratching is greatly reduced. The unit includes film-base roller plate, three reels, two hubs, and three film containers in a sturdy storage container. Models 804, for 8-mm films, and 1604, for 16-mm, both in 400-ft capacity, are Priced $19.95: Model 800-B, for Brownie 200-250-ft capacity, is $18.95. Price for other models will be furnished on request.
Camera Specialty Co.
SLIDE TRAY
$2.85
SLIDE TRAY for the Revere Automatic Slide projector announced by Yankee Photo Products, 3325 Union Ave., Los Angeles A slide retainer holds slides firmly in place when the Yankee tray is carried about. Capacity is 36 slides in any type of mount and numbering provides easy identification. Trays are boxed in pairs and the box can be used as a filing case. Price, per pair, with slide retainer, is $2.85: without the retainer it is $1.85 per pair. Further information is available from the company.
Camera Specialty Co.
SLIDE SAFE
$5.95
SLIDE SAFE, a three-drawer luggage-type slide carrier especially designed to hold Pavelle Slide File Boxs, is announced by Pavelle Color. Inc., W. 57th St., New York 19. The Pavelle Slide Safe has three slide trays each of which will hold 12 boxes, providing a capacity of more than 750 slides. Construction is of wood covered with plastic. Price from dealers is $5.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
STEREO GRAPHIC VIEWER
$12.95
STEREO GRAPHIC VIEWER, a new product of Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N. Y., may be used with or without its battery-powered light source. To use the viewer with external artificial or daylight illumination the end containing lamp and battery is detached. Additional features are eye-width adjustments and selective focusing. Price of the two-tone blue-and-white stereo viewer is $12.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
SC-7
$2.95
REGULAR AND KOIL KORDS for the new Rolleicord and Holleiflex cameras are now made by Praco Photo Products, 2288 Amsterdam Ave., New York. Synchro connectors of cords lock into the receptacles of cameras, preventing disconnection. Koil Kord Model SC-7, for Argus C3 and Argus Flash, is priced at $2.95, as is Model SC-6. The standard 18-in. Model S-6 (not coiltype) costs $1.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
TWIST-A-LITE
$6.95
TWIST-A-LITE is a new flash extension made by Aetna Optix, 350 W. 31st St., New York 1. It is a flexible gooseneck with reflector and plug, designed to fit into a standard flashgun and permits placement of the flash reflector in any desired position for highor low-angle lighting or bounceflash. Price is $6.95 in all camera stores.
Camera Specialty Co.
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RECORDING TAPES, Irish Brand, are now being delivered with an improved 7-in. reel with 32 square inches of indexing area. The manufacturers, ORRadio Industries, Inc., Opelika, Alabama, designed the new reel in accordance with the recommendations of many radio stations and recording-studio engineers, it is stated. Much enlarged side openings facilitate threading. Prices of tapes with the new reel have not been increased.
Camera Specialty Co.
SCOTCH BRAND NO. 111
$4.70
SCOTCH BRAND NO. 111 magnetic recording tape has again been reduced in price according to its manufacturer, Minnesota Mining and Mfg. Co., St. Paul 6, Minn. The new reductions bring the cost of the 1200-ft reel from $4.70 to $3.50, and that of a 600 ft reel from $3 to $2.25.
Camera Specialty Co.
35-MM ENLARGER
$79.50
NEW 35-MM ENLARGER imported by Karl Heitz, Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17, is the Primos Tereflex 35, for which fast handling is claimed, through a pull-in push-out singlelens reflex system with built-in test negative. After adjusting enlarger head for size the reflex system is pulled into place and after focusing it is pushed back to inactive position. A glassless film carrier which eliminates Newton rings can be supplemented by a top metal ring below the condenser. Magnification ranges from 1.2 times up to 8 times on the lens board, and larger when switching the enlarger head. Price, with 50-mm Cassar f/3.5 lens and red filter is $79.50; the cost without lens is $59.50.
Camera Specialty Co.
SIOK UNIVERSAL PRINTER
$795
SIOK UNIVERSAL PRINTER, made by F. Siok, 3002 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago 18, is a contact printer with many unusual features, such as 9 dodging rheostats, intensity rheostat, filter selector for 5 variable contrasts, voltmeter for checking line voltage, instant-contact on-an-off switch, 12×15 printing glass, etc. It was designed for portrait and commercial studios specializing in quality work. Price is $795 and complete information is available from Siok.
Camera Specialty Co.
DARKROOM SINK
$145
DARKROOM SINK of one-piece construction is manufactured by Burnham Products, Inc., 601 N. Athenian, Wichita, Kansas. Lack of seams and joints eliminates normal deterioration and the sink is said to he wholly resistant to the effects of photographic solutions. Plumbing is hidden by the backboard, which also serves as a shelf for storage. Price of the "Cabolite" sink is $145 with standard drain installed: double faucets of swing type are $19 and a Power Mixing Valve is $155. All prices are F.O.B. Wichita, Kansas.
Camera Specialty Co.
MIRADOL
$6.60
MIRADOL is a new developer formulated by Ansco, Binghamton, N. Y., for automatic processing of double-weight roll paper. One package Unit makes both stock developer and replenisher. A starter solution is also included. The lack of carbonate in the Miradol formula permits minimum chemical permeation of the paper base and results in more thorough washing, it is claimed. Price of cans to make 25 gal of all three solutions is $6.60.
Camera Specialty Co.
UNBREAKABLE BOTTLES
$7.20
UNBREAKABLE BOTTLES and jars of polyethylene are made by the American Agile Corp., P. O. Box 168, Bedford, Ohio. The containers are of rigid construction, are leakproof, light in weight, and said to be completely unbreakable. Bottles have a screw cap and jars a friction-fitting, easily removable lid, and are designed for storing both liquids and solids, including crystalline powders. Prices for bottles are: 1-qt, $7.20; 2-qt, $8: 1 gal, $8.80; 3½ gal, $16.80; 5-gal, $22.80 each. Full information is available from Agile.
Camera Specialty Co.
ELECTRO-COLLOIDAL
NEW ELECTRO-COLLOIDAL developing process said to Permit direct blow-ups to 50 times negative size without graininess or loss of resolution, gradation, or contrast, is Offered by Brak Film Laboratories, Ltd., 50 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Brak is selecting a group of dealers as film-collecting depots.
Camera Specialty Co.
KODACOLOR FILM
$1.10
KODACOLOR FILM, it is announced by Eastman, will henceforth be sold at a price which excludes the processing charge. In addition to licensing several other firms to process Kodacolor, in accordance with a Federal Court Decree, Kodak is offering for sale the chemicals and print materials used by the company, plus a new line of finishing equipment which simplifies Kodak's own processing methods. Kodacolor film already purchased at prices including processing charge, or such materials currently in dealers' stocks will be processed through the dealers without further charge. Film purchased under the newer arrangement should also be sent to processors through dealers. Prices without processing: 127, $1.10; 120, $1.25; 620, $1.25; 116, $1.75; 616, $1.75; 828, $1. Processing charge is 90 cents per roll. Kodacolor prints are 32 cents each, 5×7 enlargements cost $1.50 each, and 8×10s are $3.50 each.
Camera Specialty Co.
R paper
COLOR PRINT production on Eastman's now Type R paper is offered by Lowell Color Slide Duplicating, 5518 Cahuenga Blvd., North Hollywood, Calif. The company has also been appointed by Sawyers as an authorized mounting station for Personal View-Master reels, and continues its services in duplicating reels and 35-mm slides.
Camera Specialty Co.
EASTMAN KODACHROME
EASTMAN KODACHROME film is now processed by Dynacolor Corp., Albion, N. Y. The service is offered through dealers or photofinishers and not directly to the film user, and prices will be competitive, with fast processing and handling featured. An expansion program will provide capacity to handle more than 3,000,000 rolls of film per year, employing machinery designed by the company's own engineers. List prices are the same as those of Eastman Kodak Company.
Camera Specialty Co.
DELIVERY PACKAGING
DELIVERY PACKAGING by Drewry Photocolor Corp., 550 W. Colorado St., Glendale 4, Calif., is in the Drewry Photocolor Slide-file. This is a plastic box, usable for storage of twenty 2×2 color slides. The file has a slip-on top and divided base and will also protect stereo color pairs mounted in the Emde metal mount. The file is Drewry's standard package for delivery of all orders for processed and mounted 35-mm color transparencies.
Camera Specialty Co.
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DYNACOLOR CORP., Brockport, N. Y., has bought a new plant to replace its present facilities, to handle its new service, Kodachrome processing, and to increase capacity for selective redevelopment of other color films and duplication of 16-mm commercial motion pictures. The new 3story building has 70,000 ft. of floor space.
Camera Specialty Co.
OPTICAL AIDS CATALOG
OPTICAL AIDS CATALOG of 64 pages, containing more than 1,000 optical items, is offered free to readers by Edmund Scientific Corp., Barrington 7, N. J. Included are many war-surplus items. offered at a fraction of their original cost to the government. There are many photographic items, such as lenses, projectors, condensers, and filters. Included is much factual information on all types of optical instruments and their components. Write Edmund for your copy.
Camera Specialty Co.
PHOTO-LAB-INDEX
$17.95
PHOTO-LAB-INDEX is again available, announces its publisher, Morgan & Lester, 101 Park Ave., New York 17. Over 1400 pages are divided into 24 sections by tabbed index guides and the binder opens half way for reading and to a fully open position for replacement of pages. Price is $17.95. Quarterly Supplement Service continues on a subscription basis, $3 a year.
Camera Specialty Co.
COMPLIMENTARY COPY
COMPLIMENTARY COPY of Motion Pictures Through the Microscope (a 28-page booklet) may be had by writing Sales service Div., Eastman Kodak Co., 343 State Street, Rochester 4, N. Y.
Camera Specialty Co.
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODS., INC., 1740 Broadway, New York 19, announces the availability of a booklet titled How to Make Movies Your Friends Will Coax You to Show, by film director Leo McCarey. Booklet is free with a purchase of a Handy Pack containing two 375-watt Sylvania movie floodlamps.
Camera Specialty Co.
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SMITH-VICTOR announces two new publications on ighting equipment; No. P-56, listing reflectors and stands for amateurs and professionals, and No. A-56, a listing of movie lighting for amateurs. They are available through dealers or from SmithVictor, Griffith, Ind.
Camera Specialty Co.
THREE BROCHURES
THREE BROCHURES on photographic publications deal with Rayelle-Fountain photo and cine books, Rayelle-Heering camera books, and Rayelle pictorial and travel books. For your free copy write Rayelle Publications, 76 W. Chelten Ave., Philadelphia 44.
Camera Specialty Co.
Exakta VX camera
BROCHURE on 35-mm Exakta VX camera is offered free by Exakta Camera Co., 705 Bronx River Road, Bronxville 8, N. Y. It presents comprehensive coverage of Exakta features for both novice and advanced photographers and a price list of VX and other cameras, lenses, and accessories is included.
Camera Specialty Co.
KONICA BOOKLET
KONICA BOOKLET, offered free by Konica Camera Co., 76 W. Chelten Ave., Philadelphia 44, contains 16 pages of valuable hints and reference charts for better photography. In addition, features of the various Konica cameras and accessories are described. Konica dealers also have this book.
Camera Specialty Co.
Tiffen Hi-Trans Filter
TIFFEN free brochure describes the new Tiffen Hi-Trans Filter line and explains which of the line are best suited for various lighting conditions and different types of film. Also available is a complete catalog of Tiffen's general line of more than 2,300 filters and accessories. For your copies write Tiffen Marketing Corp., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Hts., Long Island, N. Y.
Camera Specialty Co.
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ten cents
TAKE A TIP FROM HOLLYWOOD is a booklet for home movie makers giving information on film economy, increasing audience interest, panning, new ways for indoor-color movie-making, timing, transitions, close-ups, accessory lenses, etc. Available at photo dealers or from Elgeet Optical Co., 838 Smith St., Rochester, N. Y., price is ten cents.
Camera Specialty Co.
SUPREME WINTER BULLETIN
SUPREME WINTER BULLETIN of film, paper, and supplies is available upon request from Supreme Photo Supply Co., 11 Broadway, New York 4.
Camera Specialty Co.
CURTAIN TIME
CURTAIN TIME is the name of a brochure offering suggestions and information on color-slide shows, storing, and preserving slides. Available on request from Sales Service Div., Argus Cameras, Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Camera Specialty Co.
KODAK DATA BOOK
50 cents
KODAK DATA BOOK entitled Photographic Production of Slides and Film Strips is designed to help photographers carry out the necessary steps in transforming flat copy and photographs to filmstrip or slide sequence, both color and black-and-white. Copies are priced at 50 cents through all Kodak dealers.
Camera Specialty Co.
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50 cents
EASTMAN KODAK CO., Rochester 4, N. Y., announces the availability of a handbook entitled Use, Maintenance, and Repair of Professional Equipment. Price is 50 cents.
Camera Specialty Co.
SMPTE
SMPTE wide-screen booklet is offered by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, 55 W. 42nd St., New York 36. It presents an easily understood outline of present-day techniques and the ways in which they differ from former "standard" procedures. No attempt is made to evaluate systems. The booklet covers 35-mm sound pictures, Cinerama, CinemaScope, Vista-Vision, Superscope, and ToddAo wide-screen systems.
Camera Specialty Co.
GROSSBILD TECHNIK
$3.00
GROSSBILD TECHNIK, a German quarterly dealing with large-negative photography, is now published in an English edition. It treats particularly with technical and esthetic aspects of advanced photography and with the use of the camera in science, industry, criminology, advertising, fashion, and other specialized fields of advanced work. Distributor is Kling Photo Corp., 235 Fourth Ave., New York, and annual subscriptions cost $3.00.
Camera Specialty Co.
Graflex Equipment
RECENT PURCHASERS OF "GRAPHIC GRAFLEX PHOTOGRAPHY" may obtain a valuable 16-page New Graflex Equipment supplement, for insertion in the 10th Edition of that work. The supplement, with its comprehensive new information, is being added to all current copies of the book. If you have one which lacks the supplement, write Morgan & Lester at 101 Park Ave., New York 17, or see your dealer. It is free of charge, to book purchasers.
Camera Specialty Co.
Pentacon
PRACTICON Co., 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville S, N. Y., offers a brochure on 35-mm Pentacon and Praktiflex cameras. The publication explains single-lens-reflex photography with both cameras and a separate section has a price list of cameras, lenses, and many accessories.
Camera Specialty Co.
Aerial Photography
50 cents
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y., has revised its data book on Aerial Photography. Titled Kodak Materials for Aerial Photography, the publication costs 50 cents from all Kodak dealers.
Camera Specialty Co.
Photolamp and Lighting Data Booklet
QUESTIONS ON LAMPS for photographic purposes answered in a new book prepared by G-E and available from all dealers. Titled G-E Photolamp and Lighting Data Booklet, the book measures 3½×4½ and contains thousands of facts on films, flash and flood lamps, and picture-taking. A description of "triangle lighting" is included, with diagrams and actual photographs.
Camera Specialty Co.
TIFFEN POLAROID FILTER
TIFFEN POLAROID FILTER use is explained in a new, free brochure available from Tiffen Marketing Co., 71 Jane St., Roslyn Heights, Long island, N. Y. Tiffen points out that this type of filter can be used as a neutral density filter, reducing the light a maximum of 2½ times.
Camera Specialty Co.
Cine-Turret
ELGEET Optical Co., Inc., 838 Smith St., Rochester, N. Y., offers a brochure describing its new Cine-Turret attachment which converts most 8-mm single-lens cameras into 3-lens turret models, complete with standard, wide-angle, and telephoto lenses.
Camera Specialty Co.
BESELER ENLARGER GUIDE
$1.95
BESELER ENLARGER GUIDE, published by the Charles Beseler Co., East Orange, N. J., contains 128 pages in which are described all operational details of Beseler enlargers. There are chapters on photo murals, copying, accessories, enlarging papers, enlarging tricks, etc., with many illustrations. Price of the book is $1.95, at all photo stores. Publisher is Greenberg.
Camera Specialty Co.
SILVER RECLAIM KIT
$4.95
SILVER RECLAIM KIT is announced by States Smelting & Refining Co., 615 Victory St., Lima, Ohio. Waste print and film fixing solutions are poured into a 3½-gallon plastic pail. When full, a filament dropped into the solution settles silver on the pail bottom. The deposit is mailed to States and you are paid back after a refining charge is deducted. New box of filaments is then supplied free of charge. Kit is priced at $4.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
ANSCO MOVIE FILMS
ANSCO MOVIE FILMS, color and blackand-white are now being returned to users from the Union, N. J. and Chicago processing laboratories by first class mail. Ansco, Binghamton, N. Y., announces this cuts down the transit time of processed film a week to about two weeks.
Camera Specialty Co.
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS is announced by The Nega-File Co. Formerly located at Box 501, Easton, Penna., all production facilities have been moved to larger quarters on the Edison-Furlong Rd., Doylestown, Penna.
Camera Specialty Co.
JIFFY PICTURE HANGERS
25 cents
JIFFY PICTURE HANGERS, a product of Jiffy Enterprises, Inc., 150 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, have been reduced in price from 25 cents to 19 cents for each package of six hangers. Increased volume of sales has permitted the price drop, according to the Company.
Camera Specialty Co.
PORTABLE POWER SUPPLY
$68.50
PORTABLE POWER SUPPLY for driving small movie cameras and related equipment includes power source and converter in a 7¼ × 6½ × 4¼ in. case and continually supplies 35-watt, 60 cycle, 100-volt a-c. Other features are fused equipment; meter for showing battery condition; charge hole; test switch; and on/off power switch. Price is $68.50 including battery. Manufacturer is Filmtronics Inc., 96 Huntington St., New London. Conn.
Camera Specialty Co.
PERF-CLEAN
$1.25
PERF-CLEAN is a dirt and grease remover for films, filters, photo glass, and instruments. A two-oz bottle, capable of cleaning 1000 8×10 prints, is priced at $1.25. through the Clinton Research Labs., 16 Clinton St., Brooklyn 1, N. Y.
Camera Specialty Co.
VERSATITLER
$6.95
VERSATITLER, a product of Phylard Mfg. Co.. P. O. Box 464, Canoga Park, Calif., contains 150 formed plastic letters, one inch high and a quarter inch thick, a clear title hoard for “see-through” titling, a compartmented box, a supply of pressure-sensitive adhesive, and instructions for producing titles for both slides and movies. Price is $6.95.
Camera Specialty Co.
DELUXE SERIES 8 CARRYING CASE
$89.95
DELUXE SERIES 8 CARRYING CASE is announced by Bell & Howell Company. 7100 McCormick Road, Chicago 45. for their Smm matched camera sets. The case is provided free of charge for both Wilshire Smm and Monterey S-mm outfits, which include camera, leather camera case, light for indoor movies, 2½-time telephoto attachment, and filter holder with retaining ring. The Wilshire outfit is priced at $89.95 and the Monterey $99.85.
Camera Specialty Co.
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$1
BABY LOCKS are designed to keep a child seated safely in a high chair during portrait sittings. Since it is not a body harness, chair back can be removed. Price is $1 and manufacturer is Baby Locks, 312 Washington St., Westfield, N. J.
Camera Specialty Co.
777 Panthermic
SUSSEX CHEMICAL CORP., Newton, N. J., is the new name of Harvey Photochemicals, Inc., manufacturers of line-grain 777 Panthermic Developer. Soon, a new line of photographic fixers, hardeners, toners, and other chemicals will be available.
Camera Specialty Co.
ELECTRIC MIXERS
$34.50
ELECTRIC MIXERS for mixing photographic chemicals in water are announced by E. J. Holloway, Jr., Dept. P-10, 5126 Norwaldo, Indianapolis, Ind. Impeller shafts of up to 42-in. (for deep tanks) may be used with liverubber suspension racks. Standard Mixer for mixing quantities up to five gal has two interehangeable shafts and is priced at $34.50. Another Standard, for quantities one gal and under is $29.50. The Master Mixer for up to 48 gal comes with a 1/30 lip fan cooled a-c motor and is priced at $52.50. More information available.—to
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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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CINE TURRET
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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SPOT-O-MATIC
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BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
BULK FILM LOADER
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
PAXETTE
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CANDID SHOTS
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CANDID SHOTS
COLOR Photography Annual
A Fine Swiss Magazine
Promising Young Pro
And Next Month...
Short-Short Course
Sports Scouting "On the Spot"
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the Editors
There will be a bright new star in the photographic firmament, beginning in midMay. The Editors of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY and PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL are now preparing COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL, a big, brilliant bookful of the best color work of all the world's professionals and amateurs.
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Paillard Products, Inc.: Bolex M-8
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Paillard Products, Inc.
Bolex M-8
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GENERAL INTEREST
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HOW TO BUY A USED CAMERA
There are many good buys in used cameras at your photo dealer's—here is what to look for before you make a choice
Here are nine points to check
Lens
Diaphragm
Rangefinder
Bellows
Parallel alignment
Focusing
Shutter
Film transport
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MARVIN RUBIN
THE next time you are in your favorite camera store, don't look askance at the display case featuring used cameras. There are many good buys in that case— cameras that will offer years of satisfactory use. It only takes a few minutes of careful inspection and some simple rules to make a good choice.
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COLOR FEATURES
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You're rightit's done with mirrors!
This three-image transparency is a true kaleidoscopic photograph—one of the first of its kind, according to photographer Angus McDougall
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For many years, illustrators and experiment-minded amateur photographers have been placing mirrors or prisms in the optical path of the camera lens to produce a variety of reflection effects, off-beat distortions, and other fascinating compositional arrangements.
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COLOR FEATURES
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TOUCH UP YOUR COLOR SLIDES
Improve drab, washed-out color transparencies with this safe, easy-to-use water-color method
Here are step-by-step directions for using water colors
POINTS TO AVOID
MATERIALS LIST
HELPFUL HINTS
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MURRAY ZINN
COLOR transparencies used to be a now-or-never affair. Once the picture was exposed, there was little the photographer could do to make a pale sky blue, change a color for better contrast, or even add color where there was none. However, a safe and simple method is available for touching up color transparencies after exposure.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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A SWISS-EYE VIEW OF NEW YORK
THROUGH LONG AND SHORT LENSES
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H. M. Kinzer
NEW YORK is a photographer’s dream city—no doubt of it. And some of the best pictures of the metropolis have been made by non-New Yorkers, even non-Americans. Emil Shulthess, for example, who has made some of the most impressive photographs of New York (and of the rest of the U. S.), is Swiss.
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COLOR FEATURES
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KODAK'S NEW COLOR PRINT PAPERS
A report on E-K's direct color print materials—Type C for printing Kodak color negatives and Type R for printing positive transparencies
CONCLUSIONS:
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SAM LANG
Whenever photographers discuss the future of their craft, among the talk of superspeed zoom lenses and grainless films of infinite speed and resolving power, someone is sure to speculate about the day when the average amateur will be able to go into his own home darkroom and make color prints.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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HUGH BELL
—a young photographer whose pictures of people pack a boxer's wallop and reveal a poet's insight
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JOHN DURNIAK
HUGH Bell is a husky, aggressive photographer. He cuts into life with his camera the way a boxer does with a right hook into an opponent’s body. Though his pictures are rugged and rough, they are sensitive, and often deceptive with their unplanned quality.
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PICTURE IDEAS
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SAN FRANCISCO WEEKEND
A group of West Coast photographers tackles a city-wide assignment with exciting results that should challenge and inspire clubs and community groups everywhere
San Francisco photographers create their own 'Family of Man'
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PHIZ MOZESSON
TEN people, meeting in a tiny San Francisco studio last July, set the stage for one of the most exciting photographic developments to take place on the West Coast in many years. Oddly enough, the group included an artist, a writer, a “name” photographer, an amateur, and several relatively unknown professional photographers.
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FOR THE BEGINNER
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YOUR CAMERA'S PARTS AND WHAT THEY DO
THE LENS AND ITS ELEMENTS
THE LENS: FOCAL LENGTH
THE LENS: SPEED
THE LENS: DEPTH OF FIELD
FOCUSING CONTROLS
FOCUSING MECHANISMS
RANGEFINDER FOCUSING
GROUNDGLASS FOCUSING
FOCUSING SCALE
FOCUSING FAULTS
THE SHUTTER
BETWEEN THE LENS
BEHIND THE LENS
FOCAL PLANE
FILM TRANSPORT
SHEETS AND PACKS
MANUAL
SEMI-AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
MOTOR DRIVEN
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JOSEPH FOLDES
THE camera has undergone a dramatic evolution since the prephotographic days of the camera obscura, a darkened room with a lens which projected an image of the outside world onto one wall. Since then it has drastically shrunk in size, increased in complexity, and expanded in usefulness.
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PICTURE FEATURE
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WINTER NIGHT
Kosti Ruohomaa deliberately underexposes to emphasize the bleak mood of a winter dusk
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Few photographers in their right minds go out looking for poorly lighted scenes to shoot; and still fewer would actually reject using all of the already abysmal amount of prevailing light to further darken the resulting image. However, Kosti Ruohomaa, a photographer whose early background in art has undoubtedly influenced him in the use of his camera as a medium of self-expression, employs just such an offbeat approach.
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LIGHTING
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Your guide to AMATEUR LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Don't be baffled by the variety of lamps and lighting devices. Here's how to choose the right kind of light for the job
Choice of lamps
Choice of Accessories
LAMP SPECIFICATIONS
FILTERS REQUIRED
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NORMAN ROTHSCHILD
Your indoor pictures depend largely on artificial light, and this usually means photofloods, spotlights, and the accessories that go with them. You can't simply go into a camera store and pick out a few bulbs that look like floods, and a couple of stands and other gadgets that look as though they would do the job, and expect to be prepared for the particular kind of picture you want to take.
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TAR-D TRIPODS
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GENERAL ELECTRIC: Burnout Bernie
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Burnout Bernie
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Walz
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“Eveready”
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TESTRITE INSTRUMENT CO., INC.
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TESTRITE INSTRUMENT CO., INC.
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COLUMBIAN ENAMELING & STAMPING CO., Inc.
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE ART CENTER SCHOOL
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THE ART CENTER SCHOOL
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LA BELLE SALES CORPORATION: DIRECTOR "300"
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LA BELLE SALES CORPORATION
DIRECTOR "300"
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HOW TO MAKE
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SPECTACLE LENSES
Here’s a low-cost portrait lens featuring ‘controlled diffusion’
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LLOYD WEST
COULD YOU use a good long-focal-length lens for your press or view camera? Most photographers desire such a lens but high cost prevents purchasing it. You can obtain the advantages by using a low-cost spectacle lens. These lenses can be adapted very easily to be used as camera lenses and produce excellent results.
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MARKET BRIEFS FROM BRITAIN
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Here, for the first time, the British Edition of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY offers you an opportunity to get a first-hand report about new and recently introduced items of camera and darkroom equipment in England—the world’s second-biggest photographic marketplace.
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COLOR KING LABS
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
Check Film in Tank
For Print Retouching
Added Height for Tripod
Loosening Stubborn Bulbs
Hooks for Spotlight Cords
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H. J. Kennard
F. Barst
B. Brownold
K. Hadenfieldt
A. Siodmak
If two sheets of film are slipped accidentally into one groove in the developing tank, or caught in a single groove at one side of the tank, circulation of de veloper between them is impeded, with resultant degrading of the negatives. After loading the tank, it's a good idea to slide one finger over the tops of the negatives for simultaneous check of count and spacing, at each side of the tank.
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MOVIE SECTION
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8 ACCESSORIES
TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER FiLMS
photo stores
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photo stores
CECO
$11.25
A shoulder pod will take the seesaw effect out of your hand-held films. It fits snugly against your shoulder, allowing use of your whole body as a steady support. At the head of the pod is a tripod screw which attaches to the camera. These pods are less conspicuous than tripods. They are much easier to carry and to use. This CECO Shoulder Pod sells for $11.25 at photo stores.
photo stores
Craid Foto-Fade
$1.25
Craid Foto-Fade liquid is the answer to quick, easy fades in films made with simple cameras. By dipping in film at the splice point between two scenes, then gradually lifting the loop from the solution, a fadeout is achieved in the first scene, and fade-in occurs in next scene. Photographer should test effect on scrap film before working on good footage. Price is $1.25.
photo stores
The Pistol Grip
$5.50
The Pistol Grip is another accessory which helps get steadier pictures. It fastens to the tripod socket of the camera, allows photographer to grip it like a gun. With the elbow of the gripping hand close to body, the whole body helps support the camera. Strap on handle helps tighten grip makes camera carrying easier. This grip, the Bell & Howell Pistol Grip, sells for $5.50.
photo stores
16-mm and 35-mm
$2.50
For 16-mm and 35-mm motion-picture makers, the Ready-Eddy is an accessory that will save much mathematical work. With a flip of the black guide rule you can find how many feet can he shot in a given number of seconds, how many frames in a given number of feet, etc. One side is devoted to 16-mm and the other to 35-mm. It is a must in professional work. Cost: $2.50.
photo stores
Thin white gloves
$.20
Thin white gloves are a must for a clean editing job. They help avoid scratches, finger prints, and other marring factors. They are made of cotton, and are thin enough to allow you to feel through them. Cheap enough so you can buy them by the dozen, they can be discarded after becoming soiled. It pays to handle still-camera negatives with them. Price is $.20 a pair.
photo stores
The Goldberg
$4.50
The Goldberg ScrewApart reel will eliminate fuss with extra reels during the editing process. Film from individual scenes is wound on cores and a rubber band placed over the film. This helps keep footage safe as well as separate. When ready to splice, roll off film from the cores. This system avoids stringing film all about the editing room. Unit costs $4.50, cores §.10.
photo stores
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$15.50
A Director's Viewfinder may be the device that will make you think twice before pressing the shutter release. A small, light unit, it allows you to study a scene thoroughly without having to move the camera from position to position. A "zoom" adjustment permits the photographer to change the field of view in the finder to match any lens. Price of unit, $15.50.
photo stores
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$1.95
For an extra professional touch, and also for visual marking of scenes, a slate is a must. By carefully planning your footage, slate can be used as sort of title. Slate will tell when, and where scene was taken. Also by listing technical data, you can easily learn from your mistakes. Different types of slates, with different markings are available. This one, sells at a price of $1.95.
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MOVIES
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6 EASY SPECIAL EFFECTS
1 SIMPLE FADES
2 VIGNETTES AND BORDERS
3 LETTER ANIMATION
4 STOP-MOTION TRICKS
5 MIRROR EFFECTS
6 REVERSE ACTION
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ALLAN GREEN
A piece of sheet glass and a candle can make a device that will put fades into your films simply and quickly. Coat the glass with gradations of carbon that come from the smoke of a burning candle. One end of the glass should be jet black, the other clear, with gradation of gray between.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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MOVIES
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NEW BOLEX M-8 PROJECTOR
High-speed rewind, fold-out lamp housing, and improved optical system are features of the Paillard 8-mm movie projector
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HARVEY SHAMAN
PAILLARD LTD. of Switzerland is producing a redesigned model of its Bolex M-8 motion-picture projector. The new machine combines some of the characteristics of the earlier model with several new features. The features are: 1 Optical system.
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MOVIES
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New Elgeet Cine-Turret for 8-mm Cameras
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The Elgeet Cine - Turret attachment ($39.50) is designed to convert most single-lens 8-mm motion-picture cameras into turret-type cameras. The unit consists of two supplementary lenses—one for telephoto, and other for wide-angle work—which fit over a normal lens.
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
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BOB RITZ
RETINA III C
BOB RITZ
ARGUS C-3
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BOB RITZ
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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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INTRODUCING THE YASHICAFLEX...
Twin lens reflex from Japan has built-in photoelectric exposure meter
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HAVING SUCCESSFULLY invaded the 35-mm field, Japanese camera manufacturers are now turning their attention to the twin-lens field with an assortment of new models and features. One of the latest entries in the race is the Yashicafiex, a product of Yashima Kogagku Seiki featuring a built-in Sekonic photoelectric exposure meter.
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STERLING-HOWARD
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STERLING-HOWARD
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NEW BOOKS
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NEW BOOKS
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PHOTO-OIL COLORING FOR FUN OR PROFIT, by Lucile Robertson Marshall. Published by Larum Publishing Co.; distributed by John G. Marshall Mfg. Co., 167 N. 9th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cloth bound, 5½8½, illustrated, 148 pages, $3.50. This is the seventh edition of a complete course on the coloring of photographs.
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HOW IT’S DONE
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TRY BLACK-AND-WHITE PRINTS PROM COLOR
Here is a simple method using a minimum of equipment for low-cost copies of your slides
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DON BIGGS
If you don’t like spending a fortune for color prints and if the idea of dragging out a projector every time you want to see your color pictures does not appeal to you, try making black-and-white enlargements from your color slides. They are easy to make, economical, and you can use them to fill all the requests for copies of that cute shot of baby in the bath.
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HABER & FINK, inc.
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GODFREY CORPORATION
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DELTA PHOTO SUPPLY
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GENERAL INTEREST
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Compact Darkroom
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Don Wooddy
In today’s small houses and small apartments the photographer often is hard put to find space enough for a darkroom. However, surprisingly little room is needed for an efficient, permanent setup. For example, the compact darkroom shown here was built in a wall niche measuring only 28x60 inches, and can easily be duplicated in any similar wall arrangement or in a closet.
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CONTESTS AND MARKETS
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CONTESTS AND MARKETS
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHIC AWARDS has again been opened to all high-school students, grades 9-12 in the United States and its territorial possessions. Awards will be made in four classes: 1—School Activities (including athletics); 2—People (outside of school); 3—Pictorials; 4—Animals and Pets.
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BROOKS CAMERAS
CONTAX D
BROOKS CAMERAS
NEW ARRtFLEX 16
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DELPRO SALES CO.
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CAPITAL CAMERA CO.
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM COMPANY
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM COMPANY
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE, INC.
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ROCHESTER LABORATORY
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DIMCO-GRAY COMPANY
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HOLLYWOOD CAMERA COMPANY
GRAFLEX FLASH GUNS
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA COMPANY
DRY MOUNT PRESSES
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CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT CO.
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GERMAIN School of Photography
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GERMAIN School of Photography
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