Issue: 19560401

Sunday, April 1, 1956
April
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Friday, November 28, 2014

Articles
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1,4
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0001.xml
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2
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ANSCO: 35mm MEMAR CAMERA
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ANSCO
35mm MEMAR CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0002.xml
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3
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Bell & Howell: Filmosound 302
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Bell & Howell
Filmosound 302
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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4
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0004.xml
masthead
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masthead
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0005.xml
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5
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Advertisements
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STERLING-HOWARD
EXAKTA
STERLING-HOWARD
AMIFLEX II
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0006.xml
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6
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WIRGIN BROTHERS
EDIXA RANGEFINDER STEREO MODEL IIA
WIRGIN BROTHERS
EDIXA STEREO . . . MODEL IA
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0007.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
We Beg to Differ
Unwanted Guest
Using Binoculars
The Fly on the Cellist
120 Color in 2x2 Mounts
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On Page 50 of your February 1956 issue you refer to Walter Benser as an amateur, which is untrue according to the pamphlet published by his employer, Ernst Leitz, Inc. JORGEN CHRISTIANSEN Oakland, California It is true that Mr. Benser is a professional but according to the aforementioned pamphlet, he was referred to as “the professional amateur” by the European press, which is why we described him as an amateur photographer.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0008.xml
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7
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0009.xml
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8
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP: ELWOOD S-2
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AIR PHOTO SUPPLY CORP
ELWOOD S-2
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0010.xml
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9
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Advertisements
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Keystone
BEL AIR K-42
Keystone
OLYMPIC K-38
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0011.xml
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10
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E. LEITZ, INC.: BRAun
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E. LEITZ, INC.
BRAun
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_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
Speedy Color Kinescopes. Whatever the merits of RCA’s experimental video tape recording system for instantly recording color telecasts for rebroadcast, Kodak has recently come up with a new product and system that have reduced color kinescope film processing from a day or more to “about an hour.”
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0013.xml
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11
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E. LEITZ, INC.: Leica
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E. LEITZ, INC.
Leica
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0014.xml
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12
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NYI HOME STUDY COURSE
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NYI HOME STUDY COURSE
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0015.xml
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13
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0016.xml
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U.S. PHOTO SUPPLY Co.
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U.S. PHOTO SUPPLY Co.
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0017.xml
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ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE, INC.
EXAKTA VX 35mm AUTOMATIC
ABE COHEN'S EXCHANGE, INC.
ZEISS IKON IKOFLEX IA
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0018.xml
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16
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THE FR CORPORATION
MINOLTA ‘A’
THE FR CORPORATION
Minolta AUTOCORD
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0019.xml
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17
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NIKON INCORPORATED: NIKON S-2
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NIKON INCORPORATED
NIKON S-2
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0020.xml
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18
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION: PRAKTICA FX 2
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
PRAKTICA FX 2
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0021.xml
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STANDARD-CAMERA CORPORATION: Praktina
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STANDARD-CAMERA CORPORATION
Praktina
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0022.xml
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20
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Penn DEPT.
ADD LOW COST SOUND
Penn DEPT.
ELECTRONIC FLASH
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0023.xml
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POLAROID: POLAROID LAND CAMERA
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POLAROID
POLAROID LAND CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0024.xml
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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ENTECO INDUSTRIES, INC.
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article
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35-mm TODAY
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35-mm TODAY
Another look at superspeed camera lenses
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Bob Schwalberg
Some of you may remember a column of mine back in September 1955 in which I discussed the superspeed lenses with apertures approaching ƒ/1 which are just now appearing on the market in quantity. In this piece I assumed, for the sake of argument, that these lenses would give acceptably sharp results at full aperture, and made the following points:
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
MODEL I-a
CARL ZEISS, INC.
MODEL II-a
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0027.xml
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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FEDERAL MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0028.xml
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25,26,27,28,29
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Dowling's
KONICA IIA
Dowling's
TELE-KONIFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0029.xml
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hamilton house
16mm BOLEX H-16
hamilton house
EXAKTA VX
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0030.xml
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0031.xml
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COLOR KING LABS
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COLOR KING LABS
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0032.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
In a column some months back you mentioned that you made tests using M-2 flashbulbs dipped for 4 seconds in JenDip. Can you enlarge on the results that you obtained with various films at different distances?—Detroit, Mich. There’s been so much written about making your own flash-guide numbers that there is really no space to go into it again.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0033.xml
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0034.xml
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WESTON: WESTON MASTER II
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WESTON
WESTON MASTER II
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0035.xml
review
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WHAT'S NEWTRADE NOTES AND NEWS
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WHAT'S NEWTRADE NOTES AND NEWS
CAMERAS
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
PROJECTING & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
FLASH
MISCELLANEOUS
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
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CANON CAMERA COMPANY
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CANON CAMERA COMPANY, of Japan, has opened a USA factory branch at 550 Fifth Ave., New York. The quarters include showroom, offices, and complete factory-testing and service facilities, making possible full direct consumer and dealer service. The official opening will take place early in 1956 and the public then will be invited to inspect the complete “Canon System of Photography,” comprising more than 110 integrated components, and also the factory-repair facilities.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
NEW STEREO CAMERA
$99.50
NEW STEREO CAMERA is announced by Bell & Howell Co.. 7100 McCormick Blvd., Chicago 43. It’s called TDC Stereo Colorist II and has twin 35-mm Trinar ƒ/3.5 lenses. Shutter speeds are 1/200 to bulb and film transport is automatic, as is shutter cocking. Double-exposure prevention and flash synchronization are added features. Price is $99.50 incl. tax.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
400 - MM MEYER
$199.50
400 - MM MEYER f/5.5 Telephoto lens for Exakta 66 camera is announced by Exakta Camera Co., 705 Bronx River Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. It is a 4-element telephoto with focusing mount calibrated in feet and a scale from 20 to 500 ft and infinity. Angle of view is 8 degrees and over-all length is 11 inches, weight is 3 lb 14 oz. In chrome mount, with tripod socket, price is $199.50.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
TELEPHOTO AND WIDE-ANGLE supplementary lenses
$16.95
TELEPHOTO AND WIDE-ANGLE supplementary lenses for Edixa cameras, rangefinder model, have been introduced by Spiratone, Inc., 49 W. 27th St., New York 1. They screw directly into the camera lens. Focusing with the telephoto is done through the rangefinder, and the wide-angle requires a fixed 3 ½-ft setting for all distances. Each type costs $16.95, including filterholder and leather case. Both lenses in a double case are priced at $29.95.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
ZUNOW f/1.1 LENS
ZUNOW f/1.1 LENS, said to be the world's fastest, is imported by Camera Import Corp.. 521 Fifth Ave., New York 17. It has a focal length of 50-mm and is in a mount for Leica, Leica M-3, Contax, Nikon, and Canon cameras. Each lens accurately couples to the rangefinder of the camera specified and is accompanied by a factory guarantee certificate. This lens was described in a POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY feature article in February.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
Balcop
$22.50
COPYING ATTACHMENT to be marketed under the name Balcop has been introduced by Novoflex. It makes possible copying of slides in color or black - and - white, film-strip production, and the making of black-andwhite negatives from color transparencies. The price, for 35-mm cameras, is $22.50, and the 2¼ x 2¼ single-lens reflex type is $29.50. Distributors are Royal Photo Dist., 78 W. 47th St., New York 36.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
CONTAFLEX MICRO ATTACHMENT
$9
CONTAFLEX MICRO ATTACHMENT for Zeiss Ikon Contaflex cameras I and II is announced by Carl Zeiss, Inc., 485 Fifth Ave., New York 17. The attachment consists of a simple connecting ring, an adapter ring, and the Contaflex Carrier Bracket, and effects a coupling with any standard microscope. Price is $9 complete and full information is available from the above.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
TURRET FOR BROWNIE CINE
$29.95
TURRET FOR BROWNIE CINE camera is a product of Mansfield Industries, Inc., 1227 Loyola Ave., Chicago 26. It mounts wide-angle and telephoto lenses for instant interchangeability and has a combination viewfinder. The telephoto lens douldes the image size and area is doubled by the wide-angle. Two models are available, “B” for the ƒ/2.7 model and B9 for the f/1.9 model. Either costs $29.95.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
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$24.95
POLAROID CORP., Cambridge, Mass., announces the Polaroid DeLuxeCompartment Case #309 for its camera, The 700. It is smaller than a portable typewriter case and has pockets and compartments to hold nine separate items. Interior is marooncolored and padded, exterior is steerhide with rivets and saddle - stitching. Adjustable shoulder strap has a foam-rubber pad. Squeeze-type lock and catch are combined. Price is $24.95.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
BELLOWSCOPE
$19.95
BELLOWSCOPE for Nikon and Contax II, IIa, III, and IIIa cameras, have been added to the line of such devices by Photographic Imp .& Distrib. Corp., 135 Broad way , New York 6. Folded dimensions are 2 x 3 x 4½. Length of travel is 4½" on Bellowscope’s geared rail, and locking is positive in any desired position. Price of the importation is $19.95.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
FILMOSOUND 302
$719
FILMOSOUND 302 is an improved model of Bell & Howell’s Filmosound 16-mm optical-magnetic recording projector. New features include a case with acoustically treated doors and cushioned handle, an 8-in. built-in speaker, a rack-and-pinion-type tilt, etc. A magnetic sound track can be erased and changed at will, or it can last the life of the film. Price is the same as #202, $719. Write B & H, 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45, for full information.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
TAPE SPLICER
$6
TAPE SPLICER is offered by Robins Industries Corp., 214-26 41st Ave., Bayside 61, N. Y., N. Y., under the trade name Gibson Girl Junior, and Model No. TS-4, Jr. It cuts tape-ends diagonally and trims tape edges tape without the use of scissors or razor blades and produces a narrow waist at the splice to keep adhesive from the recorder parts. Price of the device is $6.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
SLIDE VIEWER
$27.90
SLIDE VIEWER showing 2¼ x 2¼ is the Filmosto Table Viewer, with 4x magniflcation and a slidechanger for 2¼ x 2¼ or 2 x 2 (with inserted masks. Its case holds 12 or more slides in glass mounts. Dimensions are 9 x 6¼ x 4 and weight 4½ lb. Price is $27.90 in metal case, $34.50 in leather. Karl Heitz. Inc., is distributor, at 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
BOLEX M-8 PROJECTOR
$169.50
BOLEX M-8 PROJECTOR is announced by Paillard Products, Inc., 100 Sixth Ave., New York 13. It is an 8-mm model with the Bolex “FilmGuard" which always retains the protective film loop. A rock-steady picture is claimed at all times. Lighting system is of maximum efficiency and there is a new eveready case, two-tone styling, and an f/1.5 lens. Write Paillard as above for a description of the many other features of this advanced projector, which is priced at $169.50 with case.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
Model 460
$13.75
FLASHUNIT known as Kalart BC-400, Model 460, is a new product of Kalart Company, Plainville, Conn, it has a special electric shoe-mount which attaches directly to the holder on the Highlander came r a and requires no further wires or brackets. Model 460 has a Lucite safety shield whose opening ejects the bulb, and there is a built-in exposure “Kal-Q-Lator,” also a test light, and a self-closing, series-wired extension outlet. Price of the new model is $13.75.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
X-ACTO KNIFE
X-ACTO KNIFE suitable for etching and retouching has been added to the line of X-acto, Inc., 48-41 Van Dam St., Long Island City 1, N. Y. Identified as No. 4, and utilizing replaceable blades like other X-acto knives, this model is 5 in. long and has a 14-in. cylindrical all-metal handle and ⅛-in. wide-angled cutting blade. A knurled collar operates the blade-gripping chuck. Price of the No. 4 is 25 cents and blades cost the same for a package of five.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
STACK-A-RACK
$6.95
STACK-A-RACK is the name of, rack designed to hold magnetic tape recordings in boxes. Each rack holds 30 or more boxes and is fitted with corner sockets so that the racks may he placed one on top of another. Size is 22xl4x9-in. and price given by Leslie Creations. P.O. Box 9516, Dept. 296, Philadelphia 49. is $6.95 in black wrought iron and $8.95 in brass plate.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
AUTOTRANSFORMER
$26.50
AUTOTRANSFORMER tradenamed Type W5 Variac is manufactured by General Radio Co., 275 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 39. Mass. Employed for stabilizing line voltages in color photography, it is furnished in two models, W5M, for wall or panel mounting, and W5MT, a bench and portable model. Respective prices are $17 and $26.50.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
P & N ALBUMS
$1.25
P & N ALBUMS feature 32 slotted pages for insertion of photographs and negatives, which are inserted behind the prints. Provision for photo data is located at the bottom of the pages, which are claimed to lie fiat and turn easily. For prints 3½x3½, price is $1.25 each, or $7.25 for a library case of six albums. Write Renaissance Publishers, Inc., 30 Dean St., Brooklyn 1, N. Y. for more details and album sizes.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
LABELON TAPE
LABELON TAPE, made by Labelon Tape Co.. 450 Atlantic Ave., Rochester, N. Y., now is used for making information and instructions part of finished photographic prints. Writing on the two-layer tape transparentizes the upper layer of wax and acetate, exposing the lower layer of selfsticking colored acetate, which thus permits accurate spacing. The upper layer is then peeled off and affixed to the unexposed print paper. Since the area not subjected to pressure passes less light than the portions written upon, the tape acts as a negative and after the print is made the writing is revealed in black on a lighter background. Complete information may be had by writing Rabelon at the above address.
CANON CAMERA COMPANY
MAGIC MARKER
09 cents
MAGIC MARKER, a self-contained writing unit, can he used to mark equipment, identify negatives and prints, touch up negative holders, etc. It is waterproof and instantdrying and comes in nine colors. Said to hold enough ink for 48,000 inches of writing, it is made by Speedry Products Inc., Richmond Hill, N. Y. and sells for 09 cents at all stationery stores. Refills are available at 25 cents each__
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PEERLESS
Classic 35 Outfit
PEERLESS
PENTRON
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PEERLESS
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PEERLESS
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
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PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
VISTASCOPE
PEERLESS CAMERA STORES
PENTRON
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0040.xml
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.: Photo-Props
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.
Photo-Props
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WOLLENSAK ORTICAL CO.
model "53"
WOLLENSAK ORTICAL CO.
WOLLENSAK Stereo "10"
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Linhof Corporation of America
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Linhof Corporation of America
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SIMMON BROTHERS, INC.: AUTOMEGA D3 (4 x 5)
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SIMMON BROTHERS, INC.
AUTOMEGA D3 (4 x 5)
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CAMERA EXCHANGE OF NEW YORK, INC.
EXAKTA VX
CAMERA EXCHANGE OF NEW YORK, INC.
PRAKTICA FX
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0045.xml
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LEGAL PROBLEMS
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LEGAL PROBLEMS
When is a copy not a copy?
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George Chernoff
Hershel B. Sarbin
A recent case in the Federal Court brought to light a most interesting situation concerning copyright infringement of photographs. Every one knows that a copyrighted photograph may not be copied without the copyright proprietor’s permission.
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.: Airequipt
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.
Airequipt
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0047.xml
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GRAFLEX, INC.: Pacemaker
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GRAFLEX, INC.
Pacemaker
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WILLOUGHBYS
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WILLOUGHBYS
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0049.xml
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47
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
TELE-ARTON
BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
SYMMAR
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CANDID SHOTS
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CANDID SHOTS
$25,000 Contest—Again
Two Big Books Coming
Print-Criticism Feature
Color: Where from Here?
"The Europeans" by One of Them
Sports Scouting "On the Spot"
Image for Everybody
Back to Craftsmanship
Cover Girl Sees Herself
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the Editors
Now—while last year’s winners are still spending their prize money—comes the announcement of the 1956 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY International Picture Contest (see pages 130-131). And to give emphasis and impetus to the announcement, this issue also brings you a big picture section (pages 86-93) containing some of last year’s unpublished prize winners.
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BOLEX
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BOLEX
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THE PATH OF PROGRESS
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HIGHLIGHTS OF 1955
Garb for Glamour
Backgrounds for Beauty
Props with a Purpose
Lighting for Glamour
Posing for Glamour
The Element of Expression
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DR. WALTER CLARK, FPSA, FRPS
ONE hundred years ago, the photograph which was on a silvered sheet of copper in a plastic case and which was laterally inverted and produced no prints unless the original was rephotographed, was replaced by other systems which led to modern photography.
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58,59,60,61,118,119
HOW IT’S DONE
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SET THE SCENE— SHOOT A SEQUENCE
Four or five rapid shots made after you’ve staged a promising situation add variety and action to child photography, help you show youngsters being their lively selves
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WILLIAM J. CARTER
UNSOPHISTICATED and uninhibited, children express themselves with their whole being. Their every mood and thought is translated into some action or change of appearance. When they talk their arms, their shoulders, even their legs become animated.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0055.xml
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62,63
GENERAL INTEREST
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NEW REALISM FOR FICTION
The art director of Woman’s Day commissions Howell Conant to shoot grainy available-light photographs to illustrate a love story
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MAGAZINES today make generous and imaginative use of photographs—except in one field: fiction illustration. These are still done as they were a century ago, by brush-and-crayon artists. This is because popular-magazine stories contain a large element of “imaginary realism.”
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64,65,66,67,124,126,127,128,132,133,134
EXCLUSIVE
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ATOMIC SPEED DRUM
New radioactive device in a ‘cake box' increases effective film speed without sacrifice of quality
HERE'S HOW SPEED DRUM IRRADIATION HELPS
1 Reduces excessive contrast
2 Improves quality of available-light pictures
3 Gets maximum emulsion speed with least sacrifice of quality
4 Gets high effective speed with slow thin-emulsion films
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BOB SCHWALBERG
THE POWER of the atom has been harnessed to the future of photography. And it works. Many months ago this reporter was asked to make a simple experiment. Two rolls of high-speed pan film were to he given identical series of exposures starting with the manufacturer’s nominal speed rating and progressing to six stops underexposure.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0057.xml
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68,69,120
HOW IT’S DONE
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Was this picture faked?
Here is the story of how the “documentary” picture on pages 68-69 was staged for Our World Magazine
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WIL H. BLANCHE
Was the picture on pages 68-69 faked? Yes. This photo is an example of the “staged” documentary, a technique generally frowned upon by photographers, editors, and publishers. I believe, however, that there comes a time when such pictures have their place, when it would be impossible to obtain photographs of unexpected, secret, or illegal events.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0058.xml
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70,119
COLOR
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COPY COLOR WITH FLASH
With this electronic-flash copyingassembly, you not only can make fullcolor copies of your color transparencies but improve them in the process
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Photography is one field where do-ityourself processing often results in better work than when someone else does it. The explanation lies in the largevolume, low-cost operation that must be maintained to survive in a highly competitive market.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0059.xml
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71,72,73,74
COLOR
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PICTURES FROM OUR READERS
UNFILTERED EXPOSURES WITH SIX DIFFERENT LIGHT SOURCES
EXPOSURE LATITUDE WITH BACKLIGHTING
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W. T. DAVIDSON
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0060.xml
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75,104,106,108,116
COLOR
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AT LAST— A UNIVERSAL COLOR FILM
New Kodacolor can give excellent results by daylight and a wide variety of artificial-light sources without the use of filters
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NORMAN C. LIPTON
ON FEBRUARY 1st the Eastman Kodak Company took the wraps off another technological miracle—a color film which does away with the need for using emulsions of different color balance for daylight and artificial-light exposures. In addition to accommodating a complete range of light sources from electronic flash and sunlight to household incandescent bulbs on the same roll, it seems also to have eliminated the need for color-correction filters, to compensate for minor variations in the color balance of the light sources.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0061.xml
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76,77,78,79,118
PICTURE FEATURE
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THE EUROPEANS
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IN EVERY photographer, there is something of the stroller. If he were endowed with a mechanical mind, he could easily reduce the world to the contents of a card file.” So writes Henri Cartier-Bresson in the introduction to his recently published The Europeans (Simon and Schuster, $15.00).
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0062.xml
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80,81,82,83,84,85,140,141
IN THE DARKROOM
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WHAT MAKES A GOOD PRINT?
A well-known author, teacher, and photographer demonstrates the qualitie of a good print and tells how you, too, can achieve good results every time
SHARPNESS IS IMPORTANT
CROPPING CAN IMPROVE THE PRINT
OVER ALL TONE MUST BE RIGHT
LEARN TO CONTROL CONTRAST
DODGING, BURNING-IN CAN HELP
PRINT FOR THE DESIRED EFFECT
sharpness
cropping
over-all print tone
PRACTICAL EXAM PLES
contrast
dodging and burning-in
desired effect
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JOSEPH FOLDES
DESPITE all the advances in photography made during recent years, print quality seems to be getting poorer rather than better. Actually, however, there’s no valid reason why every amateur who does his own darkroom work shouldn’t make good prints all the Perhaps one cause is psychological: the attitude that going into the darkroom to make enlargements is an unpleasant duty, and something to be gotten over with as quickly as possible.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0063.xml
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THE 1956 POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY $25,000 INTERNATIONAL PICTURE CONTEST
The curtain rises once again on the world’s biggest photo competition
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Once again the world’s biggest and most popular camera competition opens to the photographic public. It’s the 1956 edition of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S $25,000 International Picture Contest, which gets under way March 6, closes June 30, and offers 280 prizes in United States Savings Bonds, plus Trophies and Certificates.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0064.xml
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PRINT CLINIC
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WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY PICTURE?
First in a new series of photo criticisms for amateurs by the editors POPULA PHOTOGRAPHY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES: 7-minute PROCESSOR
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
7-minute PROCESSOR
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BUSCH-PRESSMAN
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BEWI AUTOMAT "A"
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AWON FILMS
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AWON FILMS
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Heiland
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STROBONAR FIVE
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Voigtlander: VITO B
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Voigtlander
VITO B
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Acme LIte MANUFACTURING COMPANY: SENIOR LITEPAK
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THE NEGA FILE CO
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THE NEGA FILE CO
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OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
AUTO-FLEXARET IIIA
OLDEN CAMERA & LENS CO.
BOLSEY B-2 THREESOME
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BOB RITZ
EXPOSURE METERS
BOB RITZ
ARGUS PROJECTOR
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
ELECTRO-FLASH
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MANSFIELD DELUXE
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ELECTRIC & MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.: THE DYNASEAL CANDID 208-B
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ELECTRIC & MANUFACTURING CO., Inc.
THE DYNASEAL CANDID 208-B
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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KINNARD CO.
SPOT-O-MATIC
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DELPRO SALES CO.
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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TIFFEN MARKETING CO.
LENS CAPS
TIFFEN MARKETING CO.
FILTER SAFES
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grand central carmera: 8mm CAMERAS & PROJECTORS
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grand central carmera
8mm CAMERAS & PROJECTORS
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grand central camera
LEICA M-3—LATEST MODEL
grand central camera
SUPER —Latest Model
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.: DA-LITE "PUSH-BUTTON" CHALLENGER
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
DA-LITE "PUSH-BUTTON" CHALLENGER
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movie section
EDITING PART 1
BEFORE SHOOTING
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HARVEY SHAMAN
Most of us don’t want to bother with editing our motionpicture film, although we do want to produce better home movies. The simplest way of getting around the problem of editing is by doing a little planning before we pick up our camera. A few minutes with a paper and pencil should be sufficient.
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EDITING PART 2
AFTER SHOOTI NG
GLOSSARY
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TOM PHILLIPS
Few people bother to read the first handwritten manuscript of a new book. They want the bound-andprinted copy that is on the bookdealers’ shelves. By the same token, noone wants to see an unfinished motion picture. They want to view the polished, well-edited final version.
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BERNDT-BACH, INC.: Auricon
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BERNDT-BACH, INC.
Auricon
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BROOKS CAMERAS
FLEXARET
BROOKS CAMERAS
BOLSEY B2
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.: STAR-D TRIPODS
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
STAR-D TRIPODS
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP
EXPERT IV
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MATADOR
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BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
35mm BULK FILM LOADER
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
DIAFIX 35mm Printer
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MARKET BRIEFS FROM BRITAIN
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Neville Brown & Co.
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Neville Brown & Co.
reversal color film
$1.75
The Ferrania company of Italy makes a wonderful reversal color film that anybody can process himself, with no equipment other than his ordinary developing tank. It opens up new fields for the home worker, and should be able to produce prize-winning quality. It is rated at Scheiner 25 (ASA 12). You can order it from any London store at $1.75 for a 20-exposure 35-mm cassette, $1.35 for a refill, or $1.15 for 120 or 620 size. (Duty on these, about 30c, 25c, or 23c, respectively.) Processing kit with complete instructions (enough chemicals to do between 2 and 8 rolls) is $1.75; duty $1, or thereabouts. Write to the English distributors, Neville Brown & Co., 77 Newman St., London W. I, for a free leaflet How to Use and Process Ferraniacolor.
Neville Brown & Co.
economical flashguns
$2
A new line of economical flashguns is now being made to make use of the new economical Philips (of Holland) capless midget bulbs. Here are two bargains: a. The “Popular,” made solely for the capless bulb, with efficient metal reflector, is only $2. (Duty, about 65 cents) b. The “Little Empress” takes both capless and ordinary bidbs, with collapsible reflector, is $2.90. (Duty, about 88 cents) Both are B-C guns, are made in Germany, and can be had from any of the London photo stores mentioned in this column.
Neville Brown & Co.
binoculars
$114.80
Good binoculars are a product for which London is famous, and the firm of Dollond & Aitchison have been making such viewingpieces for nearly 200 years. In fact, it was a Dollond telescope that Lord Nelson put to his blind eye in the famous incident at the Battle of Trafalgar. Their 7-magnification binocular, with 50-mm object glass, code named "Owlept," is an ideal all-purpose glass, and is the standard British Navy type. It's a good buy at $114.80, with case. (Duty, about $49.50.) Order from Dollond & Aitchison, 28 Old Bond St., Lond on, W. I, or write for free catalog.
Neville Brown & Co.
Paterson 35
$4.45
A new model of the famous British “Paterson 35” self-loading developing tank has some interesting features for both color and B&W work. As in professional tanks, it has inversion agitation, allowing the entire bulk of the solution to flow across the film, as well as the normal vertical and horizontal agitation. Special note to color workers—especially if you want to try Ferraniacolor: both top and bottom flanges are clear transparent plastic, so you can re-expose the film without removing it. It can be had from any London dealer mentioned in this department for $4.45. (Duty, about $1.85.)
Neville Brown & Co.
golf-bag hide
$22.75
We looked for a photographic product representing the high standards of the British leather goods industry, and found the "Zodel" gadget bag, or "Holdall," as Londoners call it. Made of golf-bag hide, with red velveteen lining and adjustable interior partitions, it measures 9l/2x8x4¼, takes any camera like the Leica, Contax, Rollei, etc., with lots of accessories. It's rigid and strong—strap goes right under the bottom. There are many other features, and it can be had for $22.75 from London's largest dealers, Wallace Heaton Ltd., 127 New Bond Street, London, W.I. (Duty, about $7.60.)
Neville Brown & Co.
FulVue
$10.50
Here’s an excellent gift presentation that should be appreciated by any member of the family. It’s an Ensign “FulVue” box camera, taking 12 exposures on a 120 roll, packed in a heavy cardboard carrying case that’s made like a suitcase, along with its own eveready case and B-C flash unit. It also has a supply of stick-on labels suitable for any occasion. The FulVue is a reflex type, with folding hood to protect its viewing lens, f/11 taking lens, and speeds of I, B, and Flash. It’s of light-weight metal alloy and the whole package lists at $10.50 from any London dealer. (Duty, about $4.35).
Neville Brown & Co.
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Many photographers will want to try the various Ilford films. This year in the annual British Press Pictures of the Year competition sponsored by Encyclopaedia Britannica, the principal awards in all black-and-white categories went to pictures made on Ilford HPS or HP3—the eighth year in a row they have won top honors! The three principal Ilford films are the new HPS, rated at 400 ASA, ideal for indoor work; HP3 (200 ASA), a remarkable highspeed pan emulsion; and FP3 (80 ASA), medium-speed pan, suited for pictorial subjects. You can order it from many American camera dealers, from any London photo store, or write the makers, Ilford Ltd., Ilford, England, who charge 98 cents for a 35-mm 36-exposure roll, 56 cents for a refill, and 31 cents for 120 or 620.
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MINIFILM CAMERA CORP.
PRAKTICA FX
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INDUSTRIAL TIMER CORPORATION
TIME-O-LITE Contact Printer
INDUSTRIAL TIMER CORPORATION
TIME-O-LITE Automatic Electric Timer
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ARROW METAL PRODUCTS CO.: ARROW SCOPE
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ARROW SCOPE
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CENTRAL CAMERA COMPANY
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COLOR-VISION
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COLOR-VISION
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0119.xml
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139
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0120.xml
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140
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0121.xml
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141
141
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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.: SEKONIC
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PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTING & DISTRIBUTING CORP.
SEKONIC
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0122.xml
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141
141
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BROOKS INSTITUTE.
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BROOKS INSTITUTE.
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0123.xml
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141
141
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0124.xml
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Walter Benser 1956 Lecture Tour Set
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Under the joint auspices of E. Leitz, Inc., and Leica dealers, Walter Benser, well-known European 35-mm color photographer, will appear in more than 30 metropolitan areas across the country this year on his second American lecture tour.
PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0125.xml
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0126.xml
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143
143,144,145,146
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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0127.xml
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146,147,148,149
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0128.xml
article
149
149
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INDEX OF IIIVEIt llSEItS
Popular Photography April l!!3(i
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0129.xml
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0130.xml
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150
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC COUP.
f/1.4 16mm MOVIE PROJECTION LENS
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC COUP.
SPITZ JR. PLANETARIUM
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0131.xml
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151
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Radiant Manufacturing Corp.
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Radiant Manufacturing Corp.
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0132.xml
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152
152
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19560401_0038_004_0133.xml