Issue: 19570401

Monday, April 1, 1957
April
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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0001.xml
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Advertisements
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ANSCO
Ansco 35mm Super Memar f3.5
ANSCO
Ansco 35mm Super Memar f2
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0002.xml
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Bell & Howell
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Bell & Howell
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0005.xml
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WALZ PRODUCTS
WALZ CORONET B Deluxe EXPOSURE METER KIT
WALZ PRODUCTS
WALZ CORONET "CLIP-ON"
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0006.xml
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E. LEITZ, INC.: PRADO
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E. LEITZ, INC.
PRADO
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0007.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Color Muddle: Pro and Con
True to Motto
Safe with Light
How Fast Was Roll Film?
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In reference to the color-finishing muddle, why doesn’t Eastman Kodak have the decree modified to permit sale 1) at a price including processing; 2) at a price without processing, as suggested by the Dallas Camera Club. (December, page 46.)
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0008.xml
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Leica
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Leica
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0009.xml
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GRAFLEX: Stroboflash
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GRAFLEX
Stroboflash
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0010.xml
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GRAFLEX: Graphic 45
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GRAFLEX
Graphic 45
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0011.xml
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Kalimar Inc.
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Kalimar Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_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
DIELECTRIC SPLICER (SCHEMATIC)
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Norman C. Lipton
Baked Photo Prints. A new photographic printing process has recently been developed by the Department of the Army which uses a material that is impervious to gamma rays and can therefore be used in areas affected by atomic radiation. The process was worked out at the Army Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, N.J., and utilizes a photosensitive plastic developed by the Ferro Chemical Co., Bedford, Ohio.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0013.xml
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Advertisements
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Kalimar Inc.
KALIMAR BINOCULARS
Kalimar Inc.
KENT GADGET BAGS
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0014.xml
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0015.xml
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CHIYODA KOGAKU SEIKO CO.: Minolta 'A2'
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CHIYODA KOGAKU SEIKO CO.
Minolta 'A2'
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0016.xml
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14,15
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CANON CAMERA CO., Inc.: Canon 8
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CANON CAMERA CO., Inc.
Canon 8
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0017.xml
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0018.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0019.xml
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION: SOLIGOR "66"
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
SOLIGOR "66"
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0020.xml
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RADIANT MANUFACTURING CORP.
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RADIANT MANUFACTURING CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0021.xml
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WOLLENSAK
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WOLLENSAK
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0022.xml
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.: ULTRAMATIC
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.
ULTRAMATIC
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0023.xml
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COLOR CLINIC
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COLOR CLINIC
A famous technician solves your problems
Church Windows Plus People
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David B. Eisendrath
I’ve been having trouble with slide projection. When cardboard slides are placed in what I consider a cool projector some pop out of focus after a few seconds. Are some projectors especially cool?—T. J. P., Oakland, Calif. The difficulty with many projectors is that although designed to operate cool, they also are made so that larger-sized projection lamps can be used, and then they heat up.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0024.xml
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO., INC.: MARSHALL’S
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO., INC.
MARSHALL’S
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0025.xml
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CARL ZEISS, INC.: CONTAFLEX
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
CONTAFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0026.xml
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24,25
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EXAKTA CMERA COMPANY: EXA
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EXAKTA CMERA COMPANY
EXA
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0027.xml
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.: SUPER RICOHFLEX
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
SUPER RICOHFLEX
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0028.xml
article
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IPEX OPENS IN WASHINGTON
BIGGEST U.S. PHOTO SHOW, MARCH 22-31
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As this issue goes on sale, it is just three weeks until the opening of the greatest photographic exhibition ever presented in the U. S.—the Second Biennial International Photographic Exposition in Washington, D. C., familiarly known as IPEX.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0029.xml
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0030.xml
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BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
ACON 35
BURKE & JAMES, Inc.
Royal SUPER 35
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0031.xml
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CONTESTS AND MARKETS
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CONTESTS AND MARKETS
CONTESTS
MARKETS
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SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES & ANSCO, have announced their 1957 Photography Awards competition for high-school students. Prizes of $50, $25, and $15 will be awarded for the three top winners in each of the contest’s four divisions with amounts duplicated by Ansco or Sylvania Electric if their film or flashbulbs was used in making winning pictures.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0032.xml
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S TRAVELING SALONS
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S TRAVELING SALONS
March 2-16
April 6-20
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Traveling Salons are made up of selected prize-winning prints from POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S International Picture Contests. Salons are supplied to clubs, stores, schools and other organizations open to the general public, for exhibit.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0033.xml
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0034.xml
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ROLLEIMETER (range-finder)
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ROLLEIFLASH (B-C Gun)
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0035.xml
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CAMERA CLUBS
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CAMERA CLUBS
Anything You Can Send?
Club, University Join Forces
Here's a British Pen Pal
For Your Mailing List
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Whit Hillyer
The mail contained two items which bear brief discussion in open meeting with you this month. First is Southwestern Michigan Camera Club Council’s bulletin, “The Counsellor,” in which Ray Rosenhagen has a comprehensive piece on print judging.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0036.xml
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
Rolleiflex
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0037.xml
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35-mm TODAY
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35-mm TODAY
Importance of Routine Processing Procedures
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Bob Schwalberg
The things you do to a roll of 35-mm film between the time that it leaves the developer and the moment when the negatives are hopefully sandwiched into your enlarger’s negative carrier are widely are regarded as items of little interest and less importance.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0038.xml
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PEERLESS CAMERA
MODEL 'RWN'
PEERLESS CAMERA
MODEL 'T-90'
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0039.xml
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PEERLESS CAMERA
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PEERLESS CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0040.xml
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: SUPER TECHNIKA · IV 4×5
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
SUPER TECHNIKA · IV 4×5
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0041.xml
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POLAROID: Land CAMERA
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POLAROID
Land CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0042.xml
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ILFORD INC.
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ILFORD INC.
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0043.xml
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Nikon Incorporated: NIKON S-2
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Nikon Incorporated
NIKON S-2
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0044.xml
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WILLOUGHBYS
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WILLOUGHBYS
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0045.xml
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0046.xml
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LEGAL PROBLEMS
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LEGAL PROBLEMS
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George Chernoff
Hershel B. Sarbin
The meaning of the word “publication” has always been a source of some concern for photographers, authors, and the lawyers who represent them. In the areas of copyright and libel, in particular, the legal consequences which flow from the “publication” of a photograph are of great importance.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0047.xml
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STERLING-HOWARD
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STERLING-HOWARD
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0048.xml
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0049.xml
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
PRAKTINA FX
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0050.xml
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
Sekonic
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0051.xml
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PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
Easy Reading of Diaphragm Scale
Close-to-Faucet Negative Washer
Shutter Vibration Preventive
Supporting Small Objects for Close-Ups
"Hinge" for Negative Carrier
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To illuminate diaphragm scale of darkroom enlarger, try drilling a hole in enlarger lensboard, very close to mounting ring and just large enough to admit a small, clear plastics rod having a short, right-angle curve at one end which, terminating in a flat, smooth, very lightly sanded surface, is inserted about ⅛ inch into bellows chamber.
PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0052.xml
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0053.xml
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THE FR CORPORATION
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THE FR CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0054.xml
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CHIYODA KOGAKU SEIKO CO.: MINOLTA CAMERAS
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CHIYODA KOGAKU SEIKO CO.
MINOLTA CAMERAS
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0055.xml
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KONICA Camera Co.: KONICA III
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KONICA Camera Co.
KONICA III
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PopularPhotography_19570401_0040_004_0056.xml
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WHAT’S NEW
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WHAT’S NEW
TRADE NOTES AND NEWS
CAMERAS
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
PROJECTING & VIEWING EQUIPMENT
FLASH
FILTERS
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
TAPE RECORDING
FILM AND PAPER
PUBLICATIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
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CAMERAFLEX CORP.
Camera-flex 35-mm reflex
CAMERAFLEX CORP., 1947 Broadway, New York 23, announces its new Camera-flex 35-mm reflex movie camera with 3-lens turret and 12-volt camera-drive motor opererating camera at speeds from 8 to 56 fps. Either 200or 400-ft magazine can be supplied. Write Camerafiex for literature.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
PREMIERE 35-mm
$54.95.
PREMIERE 35-mm camera is made in Germany to Heiland specifications and imported by Heiland Division of Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., 5200 E. Evans St., Denver 22, Col. It is packaged with a Foto - Mite flash unit and leather carrying case. The lens is a 45-mm Steinheil Cassar ƒ/2.8 and the shutter a Pronto with speeds from 1/25 to 1/200 sec, with built-in self-timer. Shutter is cocked and film advanced in a single operation, with double-exposure prevention. The flash unit, attachable to camera top by accessory clip, uses standard bayonet-base or subminiature M2 flashbulbs. Battery and BG condenser are fitted into the flat-face reflector. A test light and button are incorporated. Premiere’s leather case is velour lined and has a snap-off front. Price of the complete combination is $54.95..
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
Echo 8 subminiature camera-lighter
$19.95
NEWEST MODEL of the Echo 8 subminiature camera-lighter combination, previously reported in these columns, has lens stops of f/3.5, 4, 5.6, 8, and 11. The (unchanged) price of $19.95 now includes four magazines (80 exposures) and screw-intype haze filter. Extra film for four cartridges is priced at $2, while a kit with two yellow and one red filters, and a Proxar, costs $3.95. Distributor is Silver Bells, Ltd., 600 Sixteenth St., Oakland, Calif.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
35-mm Exakta cameras
$100
NEW LENS for 35-mm Exakta cameras is the Carl Zeiss Jena 50-mm Tessar ƒ/2.8 with special automatic diaphragm. A clutch-control sweeping lever opens the diaphragm to ƒ/2.8 and pressure on the release closes it to the predetermined aperture and simultaneously trips the shutter. Angle of view is 45 degrees and focal range is from 1.65 ft to infinity. Weight is 6 oz and over-all length is 2⅛ inches. Price is $100. Importer is Exakta Camera Co., Bronx ville, N. Y.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
Canon V 35-mm camera
$20
INDIVIDUAL VIEWFINDERS for 25-, 28-, 35-, and 50-mm lenses on the Canon V 35-mm camera are announced by Canon Camera Co., 550 Fifth Ave., New York. They all give a 1-to-l image and have full parallax compensation, slip into the accessory clip of the camera, and are purchasable singly in a leather case at $20 for the 25-mm lens, and $15 for the other sizes.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TECH TIMER
$4.'95
TECH TIMER, an attachment for the Polaroid picture-ina-minute camera, is made by Tech Photo Products, Inc., 8645 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn 14,. N. Y. It is used in timingsnapshot development and announces the elapse of a minute by ringing loudly, after buzzing steadily throughout the period. The device matches in finish that of the camera, is wound by turning the bell, and is screwed into the tripod socket of the camera. Price is $4.'95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
Alpa 35-mm camera
$10
CLEARSPOT and engraved cross for Alpa 35-mm camera is available from Karl Heitz, Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17. It is used in making photomicrographs and is attachable to any microscope in a few seconds with a single adapter ring. There is no additional charge when clearspot and cross are requested when ordering new cameras; later installation costs $10.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
CABLE CLIP
$1.95
CABLE CLIP which fits under the upper strap bracket of Speed and Crown Graphics provides a retainer for the cable release, which can then be tripped by the hand holding the camera. The manufacturer, Duba-Matic Camera Products, 14755 Agnes St., Wyandotte, Mich., points out that camera operation is thereby speeded and offcamera flash made possible through use of the freed hand. Price is $1.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
EDK 500-WATT PROJECTION
$4
EDK 500-WATT PROJECTION lamp introduced by General Electric Company Photo Lamp Dept., Cleveland 12, is described as “a major step toward miniaturization of light sources for projection,” and is the same size as present 300-watt lamps, although not interchangeable with them. EDK has a built-in fuse, all-welded construction, and 25-hour life. Price is $4.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TWO NEW VIEWERS
$1
TWO NEW VIEWERS are announced by Craftsmen’s Guild, 1001 N. Orange Drive, Hollywood 38, Calif. “Giant 35” is a $1 viewer featuring high-power magnification, easy slide handling, and brilliant picture. “Minimaster” is claimed to offer the largest lens and greatest magnification of any viewer selling at its price of 75 cents.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ULTRAMATIC
$12.95
ULTRAMATIC is a new Airequipt slide viewer said to be the first of its kind—with magazine load of twenty slides and pushpull operation for slide change. A double lens provides 7x distortion-free image, evenly lighted by doubly diffused light with either ac-dc or battery power. Viewing area is lighted only when slides are in position and light volume is variable to suit density of successive slides. A carry case has sufficient space for viewer and eight magazines, with a total of 160 slides. A product of Airequipt Mfg. Co., Inc., 20 Jones St., New Rochelle, N. Y., the Ultramatic is sold for $12.95 with battery housing less batteries and one magazine. The ac-dc housing costs $6.95 and magazines are 50 cents each.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
COPY HOLDER
$33.75
COPY HOLDER for transparencies or sections thereof is announced by WilloughbysWholesale, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1. The device is a supplement to the Hasselblad line. It is attachable to the counterlight lens hood of the Bellowseope, permitting convenient focusing. Price is $33.75.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
16-MM PROJECTION
$9.50
16-MM PROJECTION lens ƒ/4 originally made for a juke-box projector, has a focal length of one inch, and is claimed to give a projected image four times larger than the standard 16-mm projection lens, at the same distance. Price, from Edmund Scientific Co., Barrington 16, N. J., is $9.50.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
OPTA-VUE ”300”
$2.95
OPTA-VUE ”300” slide file, introduced by Optics Mfg. Corp., Amber and Willard Sts., Philadelphia, has 12 compartments holding up to 300 slides and measures 2×6×7 inches. Its plastic material is mixed, prior to molding, with FilmGard, a chemical said to offer protection from destructive airborne bacteria. Colors available are yellow, blue, coral, and marble and price is $2.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
FILMOSTO
$1.95
FILMOSTO ”C” glass binders for Superslides are announced by Karl Heitz Inc., 4S0 Lexington Ave., New York 17. They consist of a pair of extra-thin sheets of precleaned optical glass with built-in masks and connecting hinge. The 38x38-mm transparency is laid in position after peeling back the slide's protective foil, then the two halves are pressed together. Sealing is automatic. These slides fit Airequipt’s 2x2 slide changer. Prices are: Box of 20, $1.95 Box of 100, $8.95; trimming template, usable if transparencies must be trimmed to size, $1.50.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
35-mm color transparencies
$1
IMPERIAL VIEWER for 35-mm color transparencies is announced by Yankee Photo Products, 3325 Union Pacific Ave., Los Angeles 23, Calif. It holds 8and 16-mm slides and strip film, in addition to 35-mm and 2x2-in. slides. Made of styrene, the viewer is said to provide even illumination and its usefulness is extended by a focusing eyepiece. Price in box is $1.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
MASTER KIT
$3.95
MASTER KIT for reflex cameras permits composing, cropping, binding, and projecting new 1½x1½ color transparencies. A viewfinder mask is affixed to the camera’s groundglass. framing Super-size picture limits as well as showing those of full size. Other elements of the set are steel-tipped film scriber and steel template, and 25 special slide binders. Super-size format is 85 percent larger than standard 35-mm. Maker is Hudson Phot. Ind., Inc., Mt. Airy Rd., Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y.; price is $3.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
NEGA-FILE
$28.50
NEGA-FILE solid-walnut chests of various capacities are announced by The NegaFile Co.. Box 405, Doylestown, Pa. Intended also for purposes other than slide filing, the chests have solid-brass hardware including name plate on lid, lid stand, hinges, and drawer pulls. The bottom is felted. Prices are: CH-100, for 200 2×2 slides individually, $28.50; CH-250, for 1500 readymounts in groups, $28.50; CH-PL-20, for 48 Kodaslide boxes (960 slides), $28.50; CH-001 without liners, $25.50.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
REX VIEWERS
$3.95
REX VIEWERS for 2¼x2¼ slides is announced by Yankee Products, 3325 Union Pacific Ave., Los Angeles 23. It has two separate slots for either 2½x2½ or 2¾x;2¾ mount and the focusing eyepiece has a lens which can be removed for cleaning. Price of the Rex Viewer is $3.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
AURORA ARISTOCRAT projection screens
AURORA ARISTOCRAT projection screens, product of Aurora Industries, 1824 W. Kinzie St., Chicago 22, are now styled in modern colors. Both the Regal and Imperial series now are finished in soft charcoal-blue with easy-grip handles of white.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
Minox IIIS miniature camera
$29.95
B-C FLASHGUN for tiie Minox IIIS miniature camera is announced by Kling Photo Corp., 257 Fourth Ave., New York 10. It clamps to the flash-synchronizer contact of the camera, eliminating external wires. Folding fan reflector opens to a diameter of 5 in. and a bulb ejector is built in. It uses a 15-volt mercury battery. Price, less battery, is $29.95. More information is available from Kling.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
MINITRON Model
$250
MINITRON Model 240, a product of Radio Eng. Co., 8 State St., New York 4, is a semiportable electronicflash unit with 240watt-sec input. A patented circuit protects users from shock hazards. A special flashtube with 1/300-sec flash duration is sealed in a paraboloid reflector of 5½-in. diameter. Color temp, is 5600 K; guide number with 10 ASA color film is 80; with 32 ASA it is 120, and with fast blackand-white film it is 120. Interval between flashes is 12 sec. The device can be used as a slave unit with an adapter. Price, on special order from the manufacturer, is $250.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
UI-trablitz electronicflash unit
$69.95
JET is a new UI-trablitz electronic-flash unit which has guide numbers of 250 for black-and-white and 65 for daylight color, all at full power. A dual reflector gives two separate settings for angle of flash head, one for standard and telephoto (50 degrees) and one for wide angle (80 degrees). It also has a ⅛or full-power battery-saver switch, built-in ready light, (7-10-sec recycling time), and operates on a-c or standard D cells. Priced at $69.95, it is distributed by Allied Impex Corp., 17 W. 17th St.. New York.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ZEPHYR flash unit
$99
ZEPHYR flash unit is a product of Dormitzer E. and M. Co., Inc., 5 Hadley St., Cambridge 40. Mass., and has a charge-indicator meter and regulated battery charger for its Dynaseal battery. A plastic container base is formed to store the complete unit. Price, complete, is $99 f.o.b. Cambridge, Mass.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
MEGALUME 3
$69.95
MEGALUME 3 has been added to the electronic-flash line of Nems-Clarke Inc., Silver Spring, Md. Main feature is a meter and direct-reading dial which compensates for battery condition, claimed to guarantee uniform exposure. It is equipped to work on a-c, four D cells, or a high-voltage battery. Price, incl. universal bracket, leather case, and shoulder strap, is $69.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
STROBNAR 91A electronic-flash unit
STROBNAR 91A electronic-flash unit, announced by Heiland Division of Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., Minneapolis, Minn., features a lifetime rechargeable power supply, provides a multiple choice of light output and flash duration through two separate power outlets on the panel. One outlet provides full light output and 1/1000 sec, the other 50-percent light output and 1/2000 sec. With Custom Head there are four choices of light output. Four nickel-cadmium size D cells power the device, which also is operable on a-c circuits.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
KONIFLASH III
$9.95
KONIFLASH III BC Folding Flashgun is made by Konica Camera Co., 76 W. Chelten Ave., Phila., ior cameras with accessory clips. Features include built-in test lamp and bulb ejector, and an attached exposure scale. It operates on penlight cells and opening of reflector closes charging circuit and disconnects it when refolded. The test lamp is visible from the front of the reflector, which folds compactly to fit into zippered case. Price, with connecting cord and case, is $9.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ULTRABLITZ ROCKET ”D” electronic-flash unit
$99.95
ULTRABLITZ ROCKET ”D” electronic-flash unit is announced by Interstate Photo Supply Corp., 17 W. 17th St., New York. Guide number is 310 for black-and-white and 78 for daylight color. Features include: variable-beam reflector adjusting to any lens angle; lifetime flashtubes; ready light on flash head; built-in "half” and "full" power switch; 600 shots on full power per dry-cell battery; will also operate on a-c. Weight is 5 lb 8 oz and price of $99.95 includes batteries.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
STARLITER TRAVELLER electronic-flash
$932
STARLITER TRAVELLER electronic-flash outfit offered by Scheibe Engineering. Burlington, Wis., has five separate units, which can be operated in as many positions, or the entire capacitance can be discharged through one lamp to give the needed light intensity. A choice of reflectors and rotating barn-doors are available. The outfit can be obtained as a 500- or 1000-watt-sec power pack, and has a Power Selector switch which gives the photographer a choice of ¼, ½, or full power. Prices: with 50-watt-sec power pack less stands, $770; with 1000-watt-sec, $932.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ENTECO No. 30 R
$1.70
ENTECO No. 30 R is a color-compensating filter for use with Anscochrome, Ektachrome, and Kodachrome films when shooting through "Vista Dome” viewing roofs of trains and buses. Exposure increase is 2/3 of a stop. Ser. 4 and 21.5-mm size is priced at $1.70; Ser. 4.5 to Ser. 9 range from $2 to $10.50. Manufacturer is Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
DF-1-50
$9.50
DF-1-50 is a diffusion filter for Hasselblad cameras, fitting the 60-, 80-, 135-, and 250mm lenses. It is priced at $9.50 and is distributed by Willoughbys, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
LIGHT BALANCING filter
$10.50
LIGHT BALANCING filter, #82, is used with Daylight and Type F Ektachrome; Daylight, Types F, and A Kodachrome; and Daylight and Flash Type Anscochrome where cooler effects are needed in early or late daylight hours. Available in sizes Ser. 4 and 21.5-mm to Ser. 9. Price range is from $1.70 to $10.50. Manufacturer is Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ENTECO PHOTOFLASH FILTER
$1.70 to $10.50
ENTECO PHOTOFLASH FILTER No. 80 C has been added to its line by Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y. It was designed for use with Kodak and Ansco daylight-type color films, permitting their use with clear flashbulbs. Prices range from $1.70 to $10.50, depending on size.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
DIFFUSION FILTER
$9.50
DIFFUSION FILTER has been added to the Hasselblad line of optical-glass filters distributed by Willoughbys, 110 W. 32nd St., New York 1. Designated DF-1-50, the new filter sharply reduces the need for retouching when added to the lens system in portraiture. It fits 60-, 80-, 135-, and 250-mm ƒ/5/6 lenses and costs $9.50.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
COLOR-COMPENSATING Filter 30 R
$1.70
COLOR-COMPENSATING Filter 30 R has been added to the Enteco line by Enteco Industries, 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y. It compensates for the blue-green color of the Vista Dome viewing roofs of railroad cars and buses when using Anscochrome, Ektachrome, and Kodachrome, requiring an exposure increase of 2/3 stop. Prices range from $1.70 for Series 4 to $10.50 for Series 9. Another new Enteco item is #82, compensates for the over-red light of the early morning and late afternoon hours. Prices are as above.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
new 8and 16-mm cine printer
$195
UHLER CINE MACHINE CO., 15762 Wyoming Ave., Detroit 38, Mich., anticipates early production of a new 8- and 16-mm cine printer for both sound and silent film. The two-way printer will be a-c operated and have 400-ft feed and take-up. Provision will be made for filters to print the color film and an a-c voltage meter will show the voltage of the printing lamp. Price will be $195.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TWO ENLARGERS
$15.95
TWO ENLARGERS with metal carrying cases which also serve as full size baseboards are introduced by Federal Mfg. and Eng., 1055 Stewart Ave., Garden City, N. Y. Model 291 contains a Federal Model 290 enlarger while the Model 296 contains a Federal 295 enlarger. Prices are, respectively, $56.50 and $64 .50. The metal case is available separately for $15.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TOWER LIQUID CHEMICALS
TOWER LIQUID CHEMICALS are now packaged in color-coded plastic bottles for ease in darkroom identification. When partially empty, the bottles are squeezed before replacing cap, which helps retard oxidation.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
PHOTO-CHEMICAL MIXER
$42.50
PHOTO-CHEMICAL MIXER to be known as “Special,” to distinguish it from the earlier “Standard” and “Master” models, is announced by E. J. Holloway Co., 5126 Norwaldo, Indianapolis 5, Ind. Designed for tanks of capacities from one to 20 gallons, it has either a 15- or 21-in. frame, and shafts of similar lengths are available, on order. The 2½-in. 3-blade propeller can be adjusted on the shaft. Price is $42.50, with one-year guarantee.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
LOTT ROTARY
$34.95
LOTT ROTARY Print Dryers are now improved, with corresponding slight increases in prices, according to U.D.A. Inc., 1909 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis 10, Mo. The Lott Standard Dryer is now $34.95 and the Professional $49.95. Heating elements are now sealed between two pieces of asbestos and then additionally insulated. The new models also have a heavy-duty spring roller for the canvas curtain, as well as an on-off switch and pilot light.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ELECTRIDUCT
$7.50 to $12.50
ELECTRIDUCT, a product of Ideas, Inc., 615 S. 2nd St., Laramie, Wyoming, provides a fully protected extension outlet over which casters roll easily and tripping is impossible, according to the makers. One end is plugged into the baseboard outlet, the other providing a twin receptacle into which are plugged cords connected to light, enlarger, dryer, etc. Prices for various lengths of from four to ten feet range from $7.50 to $12.50 each.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
EVERPURE MODEL C3
$66
EVERPURE MODEL C3 is a water purifier made by The Tested Appliance Co., 2627 W. 19th St., Chicago 8. The filtering system not only removes dirt and suspended materials but is so fine that tastes and odors cannot pass through, according to the manufacturer. Servicing by the user is said to be extremely simple, and required but once or twice a year under normal circumstances, and the cost of sparkling, pure water, on an annual basis, will amount to less than 1/100 the cost of a like quantity of bottled water. Price of the unit is $66, F.O.B. Chicago.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
100DC FOTOLARGER
$69.95
100DC FOTOLARGER, Professional Model, is manufactured by Testrite Instrument Co., 135 Monroe St., Newark 5, N. J. It is claimed to be the only 4×5 enlarger with four parallel rigid arms. These are accurately counterbalanced to make adjustment easy. Glassless, rotating negative carriers for sizes from 35 mm to 4×5 are available at low cost. The device is of diffusion type but can be converted to condenser type for films of four sizes. Other features: Varigam and redfilter holder; 360-degree tilt for horizontal projection and distortion control; 19×24 baseboard; interchangeable lens boards, etc. Price, without lens, is $69.95; with 135-mm Elgeet ƒ/4.5 lens, $99.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
LASZLO UNIVERSAL PRESS
$186
LASZLO UNIVERSAL PRESS is manufactured by Rembrandt Graphic Arts Co., Inc., of Stockton, N. J., and provides a method of making enlarged, retouched prints in black-and-white and color in any quantity up to 25,000. Retouching with pen point or paper stub may be employed to apply highlights, brighten eyes, intensify lines, and eliminate shadows and lines, etc., it is claimed. The press utilizes nonsensitized printing paper. Price is $186.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
KONTROLITE
$15.95
KONTROLITE is a lighting unit for use with any camera and consists of a control box, three separate sockets and cords, and an a-c power cord. The aluminum control box can be attached to a tripod and contains three on-off switches numbered and also colored to match the color of numerals on individual sockets, which are of heavy rubber that will not mar floor finish. Power cord is heavy enough to carry three #2 photofloods and all cords are 10 ft long. Price of the unit is $15.95. Write Aero Equipment Co., 7127 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood, Calif.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
EGONE REFLECTO-HOLDER
$7.50
EGONE REFLECTO-HOLDER is a support for clipped-on reflectors which replace fill-in lights by reflecting the keylight, whether of flood type or flash. The holder may also he used to support backgrounds or to diffuse a fill-in light when stronger effects are desired. Price is $7.50. Distributor is Boston Foreign Trade Co., 1620 Beacon St , Brookline 46, Mass.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
FLARON LIGHT CONTROL
$9.95
FLARON LIGHT CONTROL is a product of Anderson Products, P.O. Box 1068, Harlingen, Texas. Four outlets are provided which control, individually, lamp brightness for projector, spot or background light, room lights, and auxiliary light on operator’s table. In the first operation three No. 2 photofloods are dimmed to 50 watts each for modeling and may instantly be changed to full light output. Price of Flaron is $9.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
NO-SPILL REEL
NO-SPILL REEL, an item in the “Irish” line of O’Radio Ind., Inc., Shamrock Circle, Opelika, Ala., utilizes two notches on opposite sides of its circumference to hold a rubber hand which in turn retains the tape securely. All Irish brand tape on 7-in. reels is now delivered on the new reel, without extra charge.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TIME CHART
TIME CHART showing playing time of standard lengths of magnetic recording tape is offered free by ORRadio Industries, Inc., Shamrock Circle, Opelika, Ala. The first four columns, for speeds of 1⅞to 15 ips, show playing time for single-track tapes and the last two, for speeds of 3¾ and 7½ ips, are for dual-track and recorded tapes.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
KALIMAR TELEPHONE ADAPTER
$12.95
KALIMAR TELEPHONE ADAPTER is an attachment for telephone which transmits to tape recorders both ends of two-party telephone conversations. It measures 2¼×3⅜ in., is hung by its chain to the telephone base, where it picks up all telephone sounds, and is plugged into the microphone jack or telephone pick-up jack of the tape recorder. Price is $12.95 and manufacturer is Kalimar Inc., 1909 S. Kingshighway, St. Louis 10, Mo.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
STEREO-MAGIC
$16.95
STEREO-MAGIC is a kit enabling owners of most Pentron tape recorders to convert to stereophonic sound. Music is recorded on two separate channels and played back through separate amplifier-speaker systems. Everything needed for conversion is said to be included and the price is $16.95. The kit is not designed for use with Pentron models RWN and CT-1. Address of Pentron Corp. is 777 S. Tripp Ave., Chicago.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
MULTIGRADE
$2.10
MULTIGRADE contrast projection paper is now offered to American users by Ilford Inc., 37 W. 65th St., New York. This product of Ilford Limited, London, requires three yellow filters rated “low,” “medium,” and “high” contrast, and they may he combined for intermediate control. The paper is available in standard sizes and in single and double-weight glossy, and double-weight stipple surfaces. Price of 0×10 single-weight glossy lists as follows: packages of 25 sheets, $2.10; 100, $7.20; 500, $30.50.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ADOX
$1.15
ADOX 35-mm black-and-white film, distributed in USA by E. Leitz, Inc., 468 Fourth Ave., New York 16, is now available at lower prices, which follow: 36-exp. daylight cartridges, Adox KB-14, -17, and -21 are now $1.15 each, and the 50-ft rolls in metal cans, $4.50. Adox is newly available in 20-exp. cartridges of KB-14 and KB-17, at 90 cents.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
CINE-KODAK PLUS-X
$6.80
CINE-KODAK PLUS-X Negative Film, with one- or two-edge perforations, is announced by Eastman Kodak Co. for news, commercial, and industrial black-and-white motion pictures. It has exposure indexes of 80 daylight, 64 tungsten, and replaces Cine-Kodak Panchromatic Negative Film, doubling its speed, and is processed in the same solutions as Cine-Kodak Tri-X Negative Film. Spools of 100 and 200 ft are priced at $4 and $6.80, respectively.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ANSCO COLOR HANDBOOK
ANSCO COLOR HANDBOOK, official instruction manual for use of Ansco’s new high-speed Anscochrome color transparency and motion-picture films, is available at 75 cents per copy. The hook has 53 four-color illustrations and is comprehensive in treatment, helping the beginner to make excellent color transparencies. Write Department of Publications, Ansco, Binghamton, N. Y., or get the book at your dealer’s.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
COMPLETE CATALOG
COMPLETE CATALOG including complete up-to-date revisions is offered by The Amberg File & Index Co., Kankakee, III. It adds newly designed albums and scrapbooks and features a complete line of such products as well as wedding and baby books, display and presentation folders. Write’Amberg at 1637 Duane Blvd., Kankakee, III.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
ABC OF FLASH
ABC OF FLASH Photography, published by Westinghouse Elec. Corp., is available through photographic dealers. It describes application of flashbulbs with box cameras and others with fixed shutter speeds, also explaining methods of obtaining correct exposures when using eight popular bulbs with 17 of the more popular black-and-white and color films. Much other helpful information on flash applications is included.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
KODAK MOTION PICTURE
KODAK MOTION PICTURE Films and Equipment for Sports Analysis is the title of a new pamphlet available through Kodak dealers, or directly from Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester 4, N. Y. It describes the capabilities of widely used 16-mm cameras, lenses, film, and projectors, including (he Kodascope Analyst II Projector designed for coach and athletic-director analyses through its tabletop viewer. The pamphlet is free.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
TRAY-TOP BAG
$18.95
TRAY-TOP BAG, made by Hinson Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa, is said to be the first gadget bag with a tray above the main compartment. The tray has three sections, each of which is completely shock-absorbing, and has two zippers, one closing the tray by use of the bag's top, the other fastening it to the main compartment below. An additional front pocket will hold 34 No. 5 flashbulbs or equivalent material. The bag is made in two types: scratch-proof plastic and full-grain leather, and is priced at $18.95.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
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SLIDE-TIMER providing fully automatic operation of its new remote-control 35-mm Constellation Projector is now available, says Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. It can also be used on virtually all projectors equipped with Airequipt magazine. The new slide-timer will hold slides on the screen for 5-, 8-, 12-, 15-, 20-, or 30-second intervals and has a 10-ft control cord permitting independent control of slides. Price is $14.95 when bought separately, and $10 in combination with the projector.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
FILM GUARD
$2
FILM GUARD, a protective solution for negative film, prints, home movies, and microfilm reels in both black-and-white and color, has been developed by Sussex Chemical Corp., Newton, N. .J. It is said to retard color fading in addition to the prevention of scratches, and also prevents buckling and “popping.” Price, for 2-oz bottle treating 600 slides, is about $2.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
PREMIER FOLDAWAY
$10.95
PREMIER FOLD-AWAY portable stand is a product of Premier Materials Co., 2029 N. Halsted St., Chicago 14. The 16×18 top is of ⅝-in. laminated wood; height is 29 in.; the 1-in. legs are of tubular steel, and have friction lock for open position and snap lock for and snap lock for closed. Safe load limit is 150 lb. The legs can be fitted with lucite ball-bearing casters at extra cost. Price is $10.95, from the above.
CAMERAFLEX CORP.
LAMP PRICES
LAMP PRICES in effect January 24 added nearly 9 percent to large-lamp prices and about 8 percent to those of photolamps, and flashbulbs prices are increased from one to two cents for most sizes, some advancing an a Average of 12 percent. General Electric Co. has found it impossible to “develop, build, and install new types of machinery fast enough to effect manufacturing economies which would offset increasing Costs."
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35-MM SECTION
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FISHING WITH A MINIATURE CAMERA
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PETER BARRETT
Peter Barrett, Outdoors Editor of True magazine and a former Sports Illustrated staffer, has fished all his life, or, as he claims, “buying them mostly if I can’t catch them!” He makes four trips a year to such places as Mexico, Canada, Haiti, Newfoundland, and the Bahamas to see if they’re biting.
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So Long As There's Brassai
In and Around Photography . . .
Two Men and a Girl
Straighten the Verticals!
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When an important project undertaken by one of the world’s great photographers is recounted by that man himself, you know you’re getting close to the heart and meaning of camera artistry. That’s why we are so delighted to present Brassai’s exclusive story of how he made his first movie, Tant Qu’il y Aura des Bêtes (So Long As There Are Animais, page 84).
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CHALLENGE MATCH YOUR SKILL WITH THE PROS!
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STILL LIFE WITH MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
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In February we inaugurated, a new bi-monthly feature, inviting our readers to compete with pro Esther Bubley in shooting pictures on the theme of “Excitement.” Response has already been enthusiastic, and we will publish some of the best from readers in the June issue, as previously announced, along with Miss Bubley’s.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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Faces in action
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GEORGE HARVAN
Have you ever watched faces of athletes as they strained to cross the finish line first? Or do you watch the whole motion, their legs, their bodies, their arms? For the photographer who wants dynamic pictures, I suggest he concentrate on faces in action.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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If A is action and C is children then
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...but X, the record of the way a child moves, is not just the gift of a fast shutter. Like all precious things it demands effort. The three pictures below that are cockiness, a dream, and a bit of grace were taken during rambling strolls. Walking quickly ahead the photographer would wheel, kneel for the best shooting angle for a little boy, and shoot when the movement was at its best.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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ED FEINGERSH SHOOTS A STAR IN MOTION
Moving nimbly himself—and shooting fast—he follows Audrey Hepburn through an active day in Paris
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Aliveness is a key word for the photographs of Ed Feingersh. He is himself a bundle of nervous energy, a taut spring ready to uncoil in response to an image. And his pictures, most of them, seem to be of real flesh and blood, of life and spirit. When Redbook assigned him to do a picture story on the daily life of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer, it knew about what to expect: photographs like the ones on these four pages, and lots of them.
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FOR FAST ACTION RAPID-WIND CAMERAS ARE IDEAL
Lever-wind cameras—single stroke
Lever-wind—multiple stroke
Lever-wind—vertical stroke
Trigger-wind—baseplate
LEVER-WIND, VERTICAL STROKE
TRIGGER-WIND, BASEPLATE
Special cameras and equipment
LEVER-WIND CAMERAS, SINGLE STROKE
LEVER-WIND CAMERAS, MULTIPLE STROK
SPECIAL CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT
WINDING CRANK
FILM MAGAZINE
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NORMAN ROTHSCHILD
Speed in photography is not only a matter of fast film and lenses, but of rapid operation enabling the photographer to take pictures as fast as he can to capture the fleeting, transient world of today. The old sequence of wind-the-film, cock-the-shutter, snap-the-picture is too slow and inconvenient, especially with modern high-speed cameras.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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BRASSAI MAKES A MOVIE
THE GREAT FRENCH PHOTOGRAPHER TURNS AMATEUR CAMERAMAN AND CREATES A CANNES FESTIVAL WINNER
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Why does a man whose name is synonymous with great still photography decide to make a movie completely by himself with amateur equipment and with a tremendous investment in time and energy? What elements in the film gained high honors for it at the Cannes Festival and convinced European critics that it was among the most fascinating movies of this decade?
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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TO BLUR OR NOT TO BLUR
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PETER GOWLAND
. . . is not the question if you are still toddling through the first steps of photography. At this stage you should be concerned with a firm grip on your camera and a shutter speed that will completely stop motion. It is all too easy to blur a picture through sheer incompetence.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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COVER STORY
Two imaginative photographers shoot peak-action cheesecake with the help of talented trampoline performer
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DAVID SUTTON
ED DELONG
This story started with an accidental meeting. We were returning costumes after a shooting session to Maureen of Hollywood. As we were about to leave, in walked an attractive girl named Paulette Nelson. The young lady had a fresh look about her, and our "glamor instincts" told us she had the makings of a good model.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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PITFALLS IN CANDID PORTRAITURE
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Jacques Lowe
One of the most common picture-taking situations, both for amateurs and professionals, is the informal or candid portrait made by natural light in the subject’s own environment. Although not “action photography” in the conventional sense, this kind of shooting requires much the same alertness and quick response plus the ability to put the subject at ease, and to make the most of simple props and lighting.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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8 Action Ideas
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Action is all around you! From the minute you wake up in the morning, things are on the move. Water pours from the faucet. The dog runs across the kitchen. Toast pops up. However, most of these actions go by unnoticed. To recognize them as possible pictures you must concentrate.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY ACTION ISSUE
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HOW TO SHOOT A SPORTS CAR RACE
A leading sports-car photographer recommends the use of small cameras for getting good action pictures at automobile races
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DANIEL R. RUBIN
Thirty or forty sports cars come tearing down straightaways at speeds well over 100 miles per hour . . . crowding into corners . . . tires screeching fighting for position—and then, finally, the presentation of a silver trophy. These are but a few of the thrills that await you and your camera at any of the many sports-car races held regularly throughout the United States.
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PRINT CLINIC
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WHAT'S WRONG WITH MY ACTION PICTURES?
PICTURES SUBMITTED FOR PRINT CLINIC CANNOT BE RETURNED
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Marion Edel, New York City. This is a pretty successful attempt to solve some of the unique shooting problems of the circus. Action is well caught, but there is a little too much of it for a strong effect. Figures at lower right don't seem to belong, and entire lower half could have been cropped off to great advantage.
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ACTION A POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO
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NOTES ON THE PICTURES
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TAKE-OFF, PAGE 104 Jean Dragesco of Paris, France dramatized the beauty of a bird in flight by contrasting its white shape against a darker, tapestry-like backdrop of water and marsh grass. No technical data available, but obviously a telephoto shot.
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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MOVIE SECTION
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THE NAKED EYE makes STILL PICTURES MOVE
Louis Stoumen's film tribute to photography features great photographs and great photographers at work. This unusual motion picture may be seen at theaters soon.
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LOUIS CLYDE STOUMEN
One fine photograph. The viewer looks, casually, and passes on. After all, it's not a painting. A series of beautiful camera images in a weekly magazine, telling a story. The reader reads text and captions, looks at the pictures. Interest and curiosity spent, he discards the publication, waits for next week’s issue.
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MOVIES
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NEW CANON 8-MM
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One of the first movie cameras to be produced in Japan is now available to the American consumer. Called the Canon 8-T, it is an 8-mm two-lens-turret camera with several new features. They are: The viewfinder, which is one of the brightest and biggest ever used on an 8-mm camera, is adjustable for lenses from 6.5to 75-mm with automatic parallax compensation for each lens.
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hamilton house
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hamilton house
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MOVIES
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KEYSTONE INTRODUCES TWO NEW CAMERAS
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The first of two new 8-mm motion picture cameras to be introduced by Keystone Camera Company at the International Photographic Exposition, Washington, D. C., is the K 25AX. This semiautomatic exposure camera was developed jointly by Keystone and the Elgeet Optical Company.
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ARGUS CAMERAS: C-44
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ARGUS CAMERAS
C-44
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MOVIES
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10 RULES FOR UNDERWATER SAFETY
1 Never swim alone.
2 Don't swim in poor physical condition.
3 Avoid heavy eating.
4 Don't swim hungry.
5 Don't panic if you encounter a shark.
6 Always carry a knife.
7 Check your breathing apparatus.
8 Use a straight snorkle.
9 Use the right kind of diving mask.
10 Select swimming fins carefully.
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DIMITRI REBIKOFF
Dimitri Rebikoff, noted French underwater cinematographer is also an author and inventor of many photographic products. One of his films The Reel Sea can be seen on the ABC-TV network true-life adventure series, Bold Journey on March 11 at 7:30 p.m. EST. In a special interview with POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, Rebikoff lists ten precepts that may save your life.
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Advertisements
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AIRES III
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KONICA III
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Wall St.
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Wall St.
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Compco CORPORATION
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Compco CORPORATION
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BERNDT-BACH, INC.
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BERNDT-BACH, INC.
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MOVIES
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NEW FOCUSING SYSTEM FOR MOVIE LENSES
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Have you ever tried to shoot a subject that’s in motion, and found it gone by the time you’ve finished focusing? If you have, the Walz Company Ltd.’s new line of telephoto motion-picture lenses may solve your problem. The new lenses allow you to focus without looking at the footage indicator by using click stops—or by simply setting your focusing arrow on one of three differently colored bands.
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CAPITAL CAMERA CO.
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CAPITAL CAMERA CO.
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LONGCHAMPS
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LONGCHAMPS
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THE ART CENTER SCHOOL
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THE ART CENTER SCHOOL
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS CO.
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS CO.
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BASS
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BASS
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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NATIONAL PHOTO COLORING SCHOOL
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THE JAPANESE PHOTO INDUSTRY
A SPECIAL SECTION
IN JAPAN
THE PEOPLE LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY
With cameras playing an important role in Japanese life, Nippon's internationally known photo industry finds fruitful soil at home
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Ken Stonewell
It wasn’t too many years ago that the world knew next to nothing of the Japanese camera industry. Today, Japanese cameras and photo products not only are exported in substantial quantities to the United States, Europe, South America, and other world markets, but have made a tremendous impression on photographers all over the world.
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JAPAN CAMERA Information & Service CENTER
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JAPAN CAMERA Information & Service CENTER
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JAPAN CAMERA INSPECTION INSTITUTE
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JAPAN CAMERA INSPECTION INSTITUTE
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THE JAPANESE PHOTO INDUSTRY
A SPECIAL SECTION
ABROAD
JAPAN'S CAMERAS ARE IN GROWING DEMAND
Here's the six-year record of Japanese camera exports
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On the list of exports that have figured most prominently in building up confidence abroad in the “Made-inJapan” label since World War II, cameras and related photographic products rank as strong contenders for first place. No one with a basic grasp of the meaning of foreign trade to this overpopulated island nation will deny the importance of this statement.
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COPAL KOKI CO. LTD.
COPAL SPECIAL MXV
COPAL KOKI CO. LTD.
COPAL MASTER MXV
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FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD.
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THE JAPANESE PHOTO INDUSTRY
A SPECIAL SECTION
THE INDUSTRY
ITS REMARKABLE STORY
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Concerning the Japanese optical industry one conclusion emerges plainly above everything else. It is that the cameras and photographic goods it turns out today are not merely the product of an imitation-minded industry mushroomed overnight to reap quick profits, as first supposed by some.
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BROOKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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BROOKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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KONICA CAMERA COMPANY: KONICA III
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KONICA CAMERA COMPANY
KONICA III
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Asahi Optical Co., Ltd.: Asahiflex
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Asahi Optical Co., Ltd.
Asahiflex
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NIKON INCORPORATED
NIKON S-2
NIKON INCORPORATED
NIKKOR LENSES
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NIKON PRISM REFLEX HOUSING
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EL NIKKOR ENLARGING LENS
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THE CAMERAS
HOW THEY ARE MADE
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A chain is as strong as its weakest link—this is an adage that can be para phrased for cameras. The precision instrument that does your picture-taking is made up of 300 to 600 parts, depending on the model. Let one of its operating parts be faulty or inferior and your camera may be useless.
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CANON CAMERA CO., INC.
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CANON CAMERA CO., INC.
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LENS RESEARCH
NEW TOOLS, NEW SKILLS
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Lens research deserves a special mention in the story of Japan’s camera industry, because Japanese lenses leal the way in building up the prestige of the industry abroad. Most photo fans by now know the meteoric rise to international prominence of Nippon Kogaku’s Nikkor lenses, following their outstanding performance in the hands of photographers covering the Korean war.
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KURIBAYASHI CAMERA INDUSTRY, Inc.
PETRI AUTOMATE f:1.9
KURIBAYASHI CAMERA INDUSTRY, Inc.
PETRI 35 f:2.8
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THE LAST WORD
TOUGH OFFICIAL TESTS
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While browsing through your local camera store you may have come across a small circular paper certificate which says: “Japan Camera Inspection Institute—Passed.” Every Japan-made camera sold abroad bears this tag. It must bear this seal of approval, for no camera can be exported without it.
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KOWA OPTICAL CORP.
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KOWA OPTICAL CORP.
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
RICOH "500"
RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.
RICOH "35"
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U.S. CENTER
FOOTHOLD IN THE NEW WORLD
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On New York’s Fifth Avenue, almost in the shadow of the Empire State Building, there is a handsome little shop that looks as though it might be some untypical sort of camera store. There are cameras in the windows, more cameras and a variety of optical goods inside.
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U. S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
WALZ FILTER
U. S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
WALZ CAMERAS
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DIRECTORY OF JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS
CAMERAS 35-MM
AIRES 35-III
ARCO 35 Automat D
AUTO TERRA I
AUTO TERRA II
BEAUTY CANTER
CANON V
KALLO-W
KONICA III
LEOTAX F
LEOTAX K&lt
MINOLTA A2
NEOCA 35-2S
NICCA S-L
NIKON S2
OLYMPUS 35
PAX-M2
PETRI Automate
Model X
RICOH 500
SAMOCA 35
SUPER WESTOMAT 35
TANACK IVS
TANACK SD
TARON-35
TOPCON 35-S
TOYOCA 35
TOYOCA 35-S
ROLL-FILM
MAMIYA-6 Model V
SUPER FUJICA SIX Model M
SUPER WESTOR Model S-2
TOYOCA SIX
SINGLE-LENS REFLEX
ASAHIFLEX IIA
ASAHIFLEX IIB
MIRANDA T
TWIN-LENS REFLEX
AIRES AUTOMAT Model AC
AIRES REFLEX Model RC
BEAUTYFLEX
KALLOFLEX Model K2
MAMIYAFLEX AUTOMATIC Model A
MINOLTA AUTOCORD L
MINOLTA AUTOCORD
SUPER RICOHFLEX
TOPCOFLEX AUTOMAT
TOYOCAFLEX Model I
Model II
WALZFLEX II
YASHICA-A
YASHICA-C
YASHICA LM
YASHICA-MAT
SUBMINIATURE
MINOLTA-16
MYCRO IIIA
STEKY IIIB
MOVIE EQUIPMENT
8-MM CAMERAS
ARCO EIGHT T
CANON 8T
CANON 8S
ELMO 8-AA
8-MM PROJECTORS
ELMO E-80
STILL PROJECTORS
MINOLTA MINI
EXPOSURE METERS
CORONA
Corona B Deluxe
SEKONIC COMPACT Model LC-1
SEKONIC LEADER Model L-6
SEKONIC LEADER DELUXE Model L-8
Model L-8 B
FLASH UNITS
MINOLTA Junior B-C
MINICAM Handiflash
Synchron Junior Universal
Synchron Master Universal
SHUTTERS
CITIZEN Model 1
Model II
COPAL MX
COPAL MASTER MXV
COPAL SPECIAL MXV
SEIKOSHA-MX
Kalimar Inc.
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Kalimar Inc.
AIRES 35-III
$99.50
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; six-element 45-mm Aires H-Coral f/1.9 lens; depthof-field scale; Seikosha MXL shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec and B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; fixed-focus markings; framingtype range-viewfinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; automatic-resetting film counter. Price, $99.50. Lens shade and filters available as accessories. DIST., Kalimar Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
ARCO 35
$89.90
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; five-element 50-mm Arco f/2.4 lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance, 14 in.; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; sing le-window range-viewfinder with life-size image; rapid film advance and shutter-cocking lever. Price, incl. case, $89.90. Parallax-compensating viewfinder with bright-frame line, lens shade, and filters available as accessories. DIST., Osawa & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
AUTO TERRA I
35-mm miniature; up to 36 exposures; five-element 44-mm Plover f/2.8 lens; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; built-in spring motor for rapid sequence shots. Filter and lens shade available as accessories. Not available in U. S. at present.
Kalimar Inc.
AUTO TERRA II
Similar to the Auto Terra I but with a parallaxcorrecting frame in the viewfinder window; film counter resets toward zero when rewinding film. MFR., Teraoka Seikosho Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
BEAUTY CANTER
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; five-element 45-mm Canter f/2.8 lens; depth-offield scale; Copal-MX shutter with speeds I to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; single-stroke film advance and shutter cocking; automatic-resetting film counter; optical-type viewfinder with bright frame for trimming; film-type indicator. Not available in U. S. at present. MFR., Taiyodo Koki Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
CANON V
$450
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; Canon focal-plane shutter with speeds from I to 1/1000 sec, B & T, self-timer; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; single-window range-viewfinder, adiustable for three lenses; rapid-wind trigger for film advance; ASA film-speed indicator. Prices: with 50-mm Canon f/1.8 lens, $325; with 35-mm Canon f/1.8 lens, $350; with 50-mm Canon f/1.2 lens, $450. Case, $14. (See charts elsewhere in this section for filters and lenses.) Other accessories include viewfinders; lens shades; camera holder; electronic and conventional flash unit; extension flash; close-up attachments; copying units; photomicrographic units, etc. DIST., Canon Camera Co., Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
KALLO-W
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; six-element 35-mm Prominar f/2.8 wide-angle lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance, 20 in.; Seikosha-MX shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder. Accessories include contour viewfinder, filters, and lens shade. Not available in U. S. at present. MFR., Kofuku Sangyo Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
KONICA III
$119.75
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; six-element 48-mm Hexanon f/2 lens; depth-of-field scale; Konirapid shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec & B; self-timer; MFX synchronization; bright-line view-rangefinder; single-stroke film advance and shutter cocking; automatic-setting film counter. Price, $119.75; case, $12.50. (See charts elsewhere in this section for filters and accessory lenses.) Other accessories include lens shade and flash unit. DIST., Konica Camera Co.
Kalimar Inc.
LEOTAX F
$269.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; six element 50-mm Topcor-S f/2 lens; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; Leotax focal-plane shutter with speeds from I to 1/1000 sec and T & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; singlewindow range-vievfinder; ASA film-speed indicator; intentional double exposure if desired. Price. $269.95; body only, $129.95; case, $12. Lenses available; 50-mm f/2, 50-mm f/1.5, 50-mm f/3.5, 50-mm f/1.9, 35-mm f/2.8, 90-mm f/3.5, 135-mm f/3.5. Series VII lens shade and filter available as accessories.
Kalimar Inc.
LEOTAX K&lt
$139.95
Similar to Leotax F but with a four-element 50-mm Topcor f/3.5 lens; shutter speeds from 1/25 to 1/500 sec & B. Price, $139.95. DIST., Service Photo Suppliers, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
MINOLTA A2
$69.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; five-element 45-mm Rokkor f/2.8 lens; depth-of-field scale; Optiper shutter with speeds from I to 1/400 sec & B; MX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; single-window range viewfinder; single-stroke film advance and shutter cocking; click-stop diaphragm. Price, $69.95; case, $8.95. (See charts elsewhere in this issue for accessory lenses and filters.) Lens shade and self-timer available as accessories. DIST., The FR Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
NEOCA 35-2S
$59.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 45-mm Neokor f/3.5 lens; min. focusing distance, 1.7 ft; Rectus shutter with speeds from I to 1/300 sec & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical type eye-level viewfinder; single-window range-viewfinder; rapid-film-transport lever and shutter cocking; intentional double exposure possible. Price, $59.95, inc. case. Lens shade available. DIST., Service Photo Suppliers, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
NICCA S-L
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 50-mm Nikkor f/2 lens; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; minimum focusing distance, 1.5 ft; focal-plane shutter with speeds from I to 1/1000 sec and T & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; film-advance and shutter-rewind lever; double-exposure prevention. Lens shade, filters, sport and universal finders, and flash guns available as accessories. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time. MFR., Nicca Camera Co., Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
NIKON S2
$345
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 50-mm Nikkor f/1.4 lens; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; Nippon Kogaku focal-plane shutter with speeds from I to 1/1000 sec and T & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder with 1:1 brightline frame viewfinder; single-stroke rapid film advance and shutter cocking. Price, $345; case, $10.50. (See charts elsewhere in this section for filters and lenses.) Other accessories include lens shades, viewfinders, close-up attachment, pocket flash, reflex housings, stereo outfit, underwater housing, reproduction kit, and Microflex. DIST., Nikon, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
OLYMPUS 35
$69.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; five-element 48-mm Olympus E Zuiko f/2.8 lens; depth-of-field scale; Seikosha MFX shutter with speeds from I to 1/500 sec; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; film-advance and shutter-cocking lever; glass pressure plate. Price, $69.95; case, $6.95. (See charts elsewhere in this section for close-up attachment and filters.) Lens shade available. DIST., Brockway Camera Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
PAX-M2
$44.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 45-mm Luminor f/3.5; depth-of-field scale; YKK shutter with speeds from 1/10 to 1/300 sec and T & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; single-window range-viewfinder; advancing film automatically cocks shutter. Price, $44.95. Flash gun, filters, wide-angle and telephoto lenses available as accessories. DIST., Clagaett Nolan Co., Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
PETRI Automate
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 20 exposures, 24x36 mm; 45-mm Orikkor f/1.9 lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance, 2.8 ft; Carpern shutter with Speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; self-timer; MX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eyelevel viewfinder with briqht-line frame; automaticresetting film counter. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time.
Kalimar Inc.
Model X
Similar to the Petri Automate but with a four-element 45-mm Orikkor f/2.8 lens; min. focusing distance 2 ft: MFX synchronization; optical-type eyelevel viewfinder; no automatic-resetting film counter. MFR., Kuribayashi Camera Industry, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
RICOH 500
$69.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; four-element 45-mm Riken Ricoh f/2.8 lens; depthof-field scale; Seikosha shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; duolever focusing system; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; single-stroke trigger for film advance and shutter cockinq; flash can be used without a flash cord. Price. $69.95; case, $10. Flash unit with leather case, screw-in filters and lens shade, self-timer, and tripod available as accessories. DISTS., Raygram Corp., Hornstein Photo Sales, Inc., and Farnan and Seemann, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
SAMOCA 35
$29.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 50-mm Ezumar f/3.5 lens; depth-of-field scale: Samoca Prontor shutter with speeds from 1/10 to 1/200 sec & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; eye-level viewfinder; automatic shutter cocking; double-exposure prevention; film indicator; fixed-focus marks. Price, $29.95; case, $7.95. Lens shade, filters, and photoelectric exposure meter available as accessories. DIST., Brockway Camera Corp.
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SUPER WESTOMAT 35
$44.95
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; depth-of-field scale; NWS shutter with speeds from 1/5 to 1/300 sec & B; coupled rangefinder; opticaltype eye-level viewfinder; single-stroke film advance and shutter cocking; color-exposure guide; marker system for average black-and-white exposures. Price, $44.95 for either of two models; one equipped with a 45-mm Terionon f/3.5 lens and the other with a 45-mm Taikor f/2.8 lens. DISTS., Kalimar, Inc. and The Miller Outcalt Co.
Kalimar Inc.
TANACK IVS
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 50-mm Tanar f/2 lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 11/2 ft; focal-plane shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec and T & B; FX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; uses Leica accessories. This camera is not available in the U. S. at present.
Kalimar Inc.
TANACK SD
Similar to the Tanack IVS but with 50-mm Tanar f/1.5 lens; shutter speeds from 1 to 1/1000 sec; film-advance lever; self-timer; bright-frame viewfinder. MFR., Tanaka Optical Co., Ltd.
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TARON-35
$50
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 45-mm Lausar f/2.8 lens; depth-of-field scale; NKSMX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; MX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; rapid-film-advance and shutter-cocking lever; red signal to show when shutter is cocked. Price, incl. leather case, $50. B-C folding flash unit available as accessories. DIST., Sears, Roebuck & Co.
Kalimar Inc.
TOPCON 35-S
$109
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 44-mm Topcor f/2 lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance 4.7 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec and B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; life-size viewand rangefinder with parallax-correction frame. Price, $109; case, $11. Lens shade and filters available as accessories. Not available in U. S. at present. MFR., Tokyo Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
TOYOCA 35
Twin-lens reflex; 35-mm Cartridge; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; three-element 45-mm Owla f/3.5 lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance, 3 ft; Chihaya Koki shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; FX synchronization; reflex focusing; double-exposure prevention. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time.
Kalimar Inc.
TOYOCA 35-S
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; three-element 45-mm Tritor f/3.5 lens; depth-of-field scale; min. focusing distance 3 ft; Chihayi Koki shutter with speeds from 1/25 to 1/200 sec & B; F synchronization; optical eye-level viewfinder; double-exposure prevention, this camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time. MFR., Togodo Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
MAMIYA-6 Model V
Folding; roll film, size 120; 12 21/4x21/4 or 21/4x15/8 exp.; four-element 75-mm Zuiko f/3.5 lens; minimum focusing distance 31/2 ft; Seikosha-MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; optical-type eye-level viewfinder. Price on request. DIST., Mamiya Camera Co. of America, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
SUPER FUJICA SIX Model M
Folding; roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; four-element 75-mm Fujinar f/3.5 lens; depth-offield scale; minimum focusing distance 4 ft; Seikosha-MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type viewfinder; exposure counter; double-exposure-prevention device. Filters, lens hood, and flash gun available. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time. MFR., Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
SUPER WESTOR Model S-2
$47.50
Folding; roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; 75-mm Wescon f/3.5 lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 4 ft; N.K.K. shutter with speeds from 1/10 to 1/300 sec & B; X synchronization; coupled rangefinder; optical-type eye-level viewfinder. Price, incl. case, $47.50. Folding leather case, $5. Not available in U. S. at present. MFR., Nishida Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
TOYOCA SIX
Folding; roll film, size 120; 12 21/4x21/4 or 16 21/4x15/8 exp.; 80-mm Tri-Lausar f/3.5 lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 3 ft; Chihaya Koki shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/200 sec & B; X Synchronization; focusing scale; optical-type eye-level viewfinder. Not available in U. S. at present. MFR., Togodo Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
ASAHIFLEX IIA
$119.50
Cartridge 35-mm; up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; 58-mm Takumar f/2.4 lens; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; screw mount; focal-plane shutter with speeds from 1/2 to 1/500 sec and T & B; FX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; eyelevel and waist-level viewing; mirror returns to position immediately after exposure is made; critical focusing-magnifying lens. Price, $119.50; leather case, $9.95. Four interchangeable lenses available—83-, 100-, 135-, and 500-mm. Accessories include close-up extension-tube set and bellowscope, filters, lens shade, flash gun, reproduction kit, and photomicrographic adapter.
Kalimar Inc.
ASAHIFLEX IIB
$89.50
Similar to the Asahiflex IIA but with a 50-mm Takumar f/3.5 lens; shutter speeds from 1/25 to 1/500 sec & B. Price, $89.50; leather case, $9.95. DISTS., Burke and James, Inc. and The Miller Outcalt Co.
Kalimar Inc.
MIRANDA T
$259
Cartridge 35-mm up to 36 exposures, 24x36 mm; seven-element preset 50-mm Zunow f/1.9 lens; depth-of-field scale; interchangeable lens; min. focusing distance 16 in.; focal-plane shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; FX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing with removable prism finder for eyeor waist-level viewing. Price, $259; case, $15. Accessories include extension tube and bellows, telephoto lens and adapters for other lenses, photomicrograph adapter. DIST., Voss Photo Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
AIRES AUTOMAT Model AC
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; 75-mm Aires Coral f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; shutter with speed from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; FMX minimum focusing distance 22/3 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; FMX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; waistand eye-level viewing; automatic shutter cocking and film-wind crank. Price on request. Close-up attachment, lens shade, and filters available as accessories.
Kalimar Inc.
AIRES REFLEX Model RC
Similar to the Aires Automat Model AC but with a minimum focusing distance of 3 ft; automatic film stop. DIST., Kalimar Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
BEAUTYFLEX
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; 80-mm Biokor f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance, 31/2 ft; Copal MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; self-timer; MFX synchronization; reflex groundglass and scale focusing; semi-automatic operation with automatically returning exposure counter. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time. MFR., Taiyodo Koki Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
KALLOFLEX Model K2
$130
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; four-element 75-mm Prominar f/3.5 taking lens; minimum focusing distance 3 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; waist-level viewing; automatic film advance and shutter cocking; coaxial winding and focusing system for advancing film and focusing with the same hand. Price, incl. case, $130. Filters, lens shade, and flash unit available as accessories. DIST., Kowa Optical Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
MAMIYAFLEX AUTOMATIC Model A
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4x21/4; four-element 75-mm Zuiko f/3.5 taking lens; minimum focusing distance 3 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; automatic film loading; automatic shutter cocking and film ad vance. Price on request. DIST., Mamiya Camera Co. of America, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
MINOLTA AUTOCORD L
$124.50
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4; four-element 75-mm Rokkor f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 31/4 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; eyeand waist-level viewing; built-in exposure meter; light-value scale; automatic film advance and shutter cocking; one-finger helicoid focusing; film loading from top to bottom. Price, $124.50; case, $10.95. Filters, lens shade, close-up lens, "paradjuster," and self-timer available as accessories.
Kalimar Inc.
MINOLTA AUTOCORD
$99.50
Similar to the Minolta Autocord L but without light value scale and exposure meter. Price, $99.50; case, $9.95. DIST., The FR Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
SUPER RICOHFLEX
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4; 35-mm cartridge (with adapter), 20 exposures, 24x36 mm; 80-mm Ricoh f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 31/2 ft; Riken shutter with speeds from 1/10 to 1/200 sec & B; X synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; waistand eye-level viewing; automatic film stop and counter for roll film; automatic counter for 35-mm film. Price, $29.95; case, $5.95. Lens shade, filters, selftimer, close-up lenses, flash unit, and tripod available as accessories. DISTS., Raygram Corp., Hornstein Photo Sales, Inc., and Farnan and Seemann, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
TOPCOFLEX AUTOMAT
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4, 75-mm Topcor f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 2 ft; Seikosha MX shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec & B; MFX synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing. This camera is not available in the U. S. at the present time. MFR., Tokyo Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
TOYOCAFLEX Model I
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4; 80-mm TriLausar f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 3 ft; Chihaya Koki shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; self-timer; F synchronization; waistand eye-level viewing. This camera is not available in the U. S. at present.
Kalimar Inc.
Model II
Similar to the Toyocaflex Model I but operation is semi-automatic. MFR., Togodo Optical Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
WALZFLEX II
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4 75-mm Kominar f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance 3 ft; Copal X shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec & B; self-timer; X synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; waistand èye-level viewing; automatic film counter and film stop; automatic-resetting film counter; magnifier for critical focusing. Price on request. Lens shade, filters, and close-up attachment available as accessories. DIST., U. S. Photo Supply Co.
Kalimar Inc.
[no value]
$29.95
Roll film, size 120; 12 exposures 21/4X21/4; 80-mm Yashimar f/3.5 taking lens; depth-of-field scale; minimum focusing distance, 31/4 ft; Copal shutter with speeds from 1/25 to 1/300 sec & B; X synchronization; reflex groundglass focusing; PC flash terminal. Price, $29.95; case, $6.
Kalimar Inc.
YASHICA-C
$46.50
Similar to the Yashica-A but with 80-mm Yashikor f/3.5 taking lens; shutter speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec; self-timer; MX synchronization; magnifier for critical focusing; eye-level sports finder. Price, $46.50; case, $8.
Kalimar Inc.
YASHICA LM
$59.95
Similar to the Yashica-C but with a built-in exposure meter; semi-automatic film wind; magnifier; self-timer; flashgun shoe. Price, $59.95; case, $10.
Kalimar Inc.
YASHICA-MAT
$75.50
Similar to the Yashica-C but with a four-element 75-mm Lumaxar f/3.5 taking lens; Copal shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec; fully automatic film advance and shutter cocking; self-timer; flashgun shoe; standard PC flash terminal. Price, $75.50; case, $10. DISTS., Intercontinental Mktg. Corp., Arel Inc., The Miller Outcalt Co., and Anglophoto Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
MINOLTA-16
$39.50
Subminiature; yields 20 exposures, 10xl4-mm on 16mm film; 3-element 25-mm Rokkor f/3.5 lens; Chiyoko shutter with speeds from 1/25 to 1/200 sec; X synchronization; fixed focus; automatic shutter cocking and film transport; open-frame-type viewfinder. Price, $39.50, incl. case, filter, and close-up lens. Flash unit, developing tank, enlarger, and projector available as accessories. DIST., The FR Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
MYCRO IIIA
$2.60
Subminiature; yields 10 exposures, 1/2x1/2 in.; 20-mm Una f/4.5 lens; Una shutter with speeds from 1/25 to 1/100 sec; fixed focus; optical-type eye-level viewfinder. Price, $2.60, f.o.b. Tokyo. MFR., Mycro Camera Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
STEKY IIIB
$21.95
Subminiature, using 16-mm film in self-loading cartridges; 24 exposures, 10x14 mm; 25-mm Riken Stekinar f/3.5 lens; interchangeable lens; screw mount; minimum focusinq distance, 3 ft; Riken Steky shutter with speeds from 1/25 to 1/100 sec & B; X synchronization; fixed focus; optical-type eye-level viewfinder; automatic film counter and film stop. Price, incl. ready case, lens cap, and Y-2 filter, $21.95. 40-mm Steky telephoto f/5.6 lens, wide-angle converter, flash unit, and sunshade available as accessories. DIST., Wilmot Sales Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
ARCO EIGHT T
8-mm silent; roll loading; capacity 25 ft double width; one lens supplied in 3-lens turret; camera speeds, 8, 16, 24, 32 frames per sec; variable-angle shutter; 165-degree maximum angle; l/35-sec shutter speed at 16 frames per sec; spring-motor drive; positive start; rundown stop; useful spring run 6 ft; dial-system footage indicator; briqht-frame-line viewfinder; universal focus set to scale; slack film takeup; single-exposure device; built-in exposure guide; hand strap; 1/2-in. four-element f/1.8 lens with builtin sun shade. Price on request. Other lenses available: 1/4-in. fixed-focus wide-angle and 11/2-in. universal-focus tele f/1.8 lenses. Accessories; shoulder bag and filters. DIST., Osawa & Co., Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
CANON 8T
8-mm silent; roll loading; capacity 25 ft double width; camera speeds, 16, 24, 32, 48, 64 frames per second; rotary shutter; 165-degree angle; l/35-sec shutter speed at 16 frames per second; spring-motor drive; positive start; rundown stop; useful spring run 5 ft; dial automatic-reset footage indicator; variable magnification vari-frame. Kepler-type viewfinder; groundglass-type focusing, 7X magnification; two lens turret; 13-mm f/1.8 lens; built-in lens shade; focusing set to scale; single-exposure device; automatic parallax adjustment. Price on request. Interchangeable lenses available; 6.5-mm f/1.8; 13-mm f/1.4; 25-mm f/1.8; 38-mm f/1.8; 50-mm f/2.2; 75mm f/3.2. Accessories include safety lock for shutter release, guide groove for accessories, filters, hand strap.
Kalimar Inc.
CANON 8S
Same as Canon 8T, but without turret DIST., Canon Camera Co., Inc.
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ELMO 8-AA
$45
8-mm silent; roll loading; capacity 25 ft double width; camera speeds, 8, 16, 24, 32 frames per second; disk shutter; 160-degree angle; l/35-sec shutter speed at 16 frames per second; spring drive; positive start; rundown stop; useful spring run 8 ft; disctype gear driving footage indicator; zoom-type variable rangefinder fitted for 6.5-mm to 38-mm focal length; 13-mm Cine Nikkor f/1.9 lens; screw mount; universal focus set to scale; coated lens; built-in lens shade; slack film take-up; single-exposure device; built-in exposure guide. Price, camera, $45; leather case, $4.50. Accessories include Elmoscope anamorphic lens, filters, hand strap, masks, wipe-off, dissolve, fade, titler, other lenses available: Cine Elmo fixed-focus f/2.5; Zunow-Elmo f/1.1; telephoto, and wide-angle. DIST., Toyama & Co. Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
ELMO E-80
8-mm silent; 400-ft capacity; 140 to 240 volts a-c; 750-watt bulb recommended for voltages up to 170, 500-watt bulb recommended for higher voltages, to 240 maximum; reflected lighting; l-in. Elmo f/1.5 lens; helical focusing; other lenses available; knob speed control; rotary-disk shutter; blower cooling; automatic motor rewind; titling device; single-frame projection device; reverse projection; room-light control. Price on request. DIST., Toyama & Co.
Kalimar Inc.
MINOLTA MINI
$36
Takes 1x11/2-in. slides and 35-mm film-strips; aluminum construction; weighs about 21/4 lb; folds for storage; 80-mm f/2.5 lens; helical focusing; 110-watt lamp; 110 volts; automatic film advance and frame centering. Price, incl. manual changer and carrying case, $36. Automatic and strip changers available. DIST., The FR Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
CORONA
$9.95
Photoelectric type for still and movie cameras; for daylight and artificial light; measures reflected light only; calibrated in ASA speeds from 3 to 1600; reads direct from f/1.4 to f/22 in full stops; exposure times from 8 to 1/1000 sec; also calibrated for LVS and Polaroid cameras; fits into accessory clip of camera. Price, incl. leather case, $9.95.
Kalimar Inc.
Corona B Deluxe
$12.95
Similar to the Corona exposure meter but measures reflected and incident light; calibrated in ASA speeds from 3 to 1200; reads direct from f/1 to f/32 in full stops; exposure times from 30 to 1/1000 sec; includes booster, automatic filter-factor setting; bright, dull, and dim intensity scale; incident-light attachments. Price, incl. leather case, $12.95. DIST., U. S. Photo Supply Co.
Kalimar Inc.
SEKONIC COMPACT Model LC-1
$9.95
Photoelectric type for still pictures; for daylight and artificial light; measures reflected and incident light; calibrated in ASA speeds from 10 to 800; reads direct from f/1 to f/32 in half stops; exposure times from 4 to 1/1000 sec; shoe for camera accessory clip. Price, incl. case, $9.95.
Kalimar Inc.
SEKONIC LEADER Model L-6
$8.45
Photoelectric type for still and movie cameras; for daylight and artificial light; measures reflected light only; calibrated in ASA speeds from 6 to 800; reads direct from f/1 to f/32 in half stops; exposure times from 4 to 1/1000 sec. Price, incl. case. $8.45.
Kalimar Inc.
SEKONIC LEADER DELUXE Model L-8
$11.95
Similar to the Model L-6 but also measures incident light; calibrated in ASA speeds from 6 to 1600; reads direct from f/1.4 to f/22; includes LVS and movie-scale readings; has amplifier to boost light sensitivity 400 percent. Price, incl. case. $11.95.
Kalimar Inc.
Model L-8 B
$8.45
Similar to the Sekonic Leader DeLuxe L-8 but without amplifier. Price, incl. case, $8.45. DISTS., Brockway Camera Corp. and Ponder & Best, Inc.
Kalimar Inc.
[no value]
$8.50
B-C unit; for cameras with built-in synchronization; uses one #505 Eveready battery; foldinq reflector; bayonet lamp socket; built-in test lamp; flash guide table; connecting cord with PC and ASA terminals. Price, incl. case. $8.50. DIST., The FR Corp.
Kalimar Inc.
MINICAM Handiflash
B-C unit; for cameras with built-in synchronization; uses one 221/2-volt battery; bayonet lamp socket; built-in test lamp; unit disassembles for pocket carrying. Price on request.
Kalimar Inc.
Synchron Junior Universal
Conventional 2-cell flash unit for use with cameras having built-in synchronization; 51/4-in. reflector; takes standard or midget bayonet-base bulbs; bulb ejector; switch on brass and chrome battery case for test lamp or open flash; test lamp; shutter cord; two extension outlets; camera-mounting bracket. Price on request
Kalimar Inc.
Synchron Master Universal
Similar to the Synchron Junior but has a 6-in. reflector; midqet-bulb ejector; safety switch. Information on nine other units: Minicam B-C, Freshman, Penlite Pocket, Master extension, Junior, Handi, Pocket extension, Scooplite III and Speedlite V electronic-flash units, available from distributor. DIST., The Miller Outcalt Co.
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CITIZEN Model 1
Size #00. Number of blades 5. Speed range in seconds: 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200, 1/400, and B. Synchronization MX. Self-timer Built-in. Special features Simultaneous M synchronization and shutter setting; self-timer can be used with M synchronization.
Kalimar Inc.
Model II
Same as above but shutter speed after 1/100 sec is only 1/300 sec; no self-timer. MFR., Citizen Watch Co. Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
COPAL MX
Size #00. Number of blades 5. Speed range in seconds: 1, 1/2 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50 1/100, 1/300, and B. Synchronization MX. Self-timer Built-in.
Kalimar Inc.
COPAL MASTER MXV
Similar to the Copal MX but shutter speeds after 1/100 are 1/250, 1/500 sec, and B: MXV synchronization.
Kalimar Inc.
COPAL SPECIAL MXV
Similar to the Copal Master MXV but with these special features: Light Value System; f-stops spaced at equal distances; shutter speeds are on a linear scale. MFR., Copal Koki Co., Ltd.
Kalimar Inc.
SEIKOSHA-MX
Size #00. Number of blades 6. Speed range in seconds: 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, and B. Synchronization MFX. Self-timer Built-in. MFR., K. Hattori & Co., Ltd.
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Minolta 'A'
The FR Corporation
Minolta AUTOCORD
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MAMIYA-6 AUTOMATIC
MAMIYA CAMERA CO., LTD.
MAMIYA SUPER-16
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K. Hattori & Co., Ltd.
Minolta Autocord
K. Hattori & Co., Ltd.
Olympus
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SUPPLEMENTARY LENSES
LIGHT FILTERS
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Leotax
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YASHICA C
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Sekonic
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BOB RITZ
EXPOSURE METERS
BOB RITZ
SLIDE PROJECTORS
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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CALENDAR OF EXHIBITIONS
Conducted according to the recommended practices of the Photographic Society of America.
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10th Annual Exhibition of Mariners Photography International*, The Marine Museum and The James River Camera Club, Newport News, Closes March 19, 1957. Entry fee $1.50, four prints; $1.50, four slides; $3, both. On exhibition March 24 through April 21 at the Mariners Museum in Newport News.
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CLAYTON CHEMICAL CO.
CLAYTON P-60
CLAYTON CHEMICAL CO.
CLAYTON P-20
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: Kilpitt
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
Kilpitt
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HOW TO MAKE IT
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MAKE-IT-YOURSELF REFLECTOR
Build a Close-up Focuser
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MURRAY ZINN
Many's the time when a shot taken in poor or contrasty light, whether indoors or out, could have been improved by adding a little fill-in light in the right places. And such a light source can be readily provided by a simple cardboard reflector, which you can make yourself inexpensively, quickly, and easily, with a minimum of materials, by following the instructions given here.
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KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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KINNARD CO.
SPOT-O-MATIC
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WELO CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
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WELO CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION: RANGEFINDER '35'
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
RANGEFINDER '35'
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NEW BOOKS
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NEW BOOKS
February Errata
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EXAKTA HANDBOOK, by K. L Allinson. Published by the Fountain Press, London. Distributed by Rayelle publications, 76 West Chelten Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Clothbound, illustrated, 160 pages, $2.95. The third in a new series of pocket guides to famous cameras (the first two covered the Leica and Rollei), this handylittle book is a basic introduction to Exakta technique.
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PAGLIUSO ENGINEERING CO.
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PAGLIUSO ENGINEERING CO.
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Bass Camera Co
Slide Projector
Bass Camera Co
Glass Beaded Screens
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RAY-VOGUE SCHOOLS
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RAY-VOGUE SCHOOLS
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LISCO PRODUCTS CO.
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LISCO PRODUCTS CO.
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The KALART Company, Inc.
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The KALART Company, Inc.
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Bushnell: BINO-FOTO
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Bushnell
BINO-FOTO
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SOLAR
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FOTOTERIA
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HELPFUL HINTS
Improvised Tray for Oversized Prints
Straightening Cardboard Mounts
When Developing Tank Doubles as Film Washer
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If you lack large trays when making oversize prints such as photomurals, a child’s inflatable plastics wading pool will serve excellently as a substitute tray. The plastics is impervious to the developing and fixing solutions, and after use the pool can be deflated and stored in small space.
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ERIE SCIENTIFIC CORP.
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ERIE SCIENTIFIC CORP.
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DARKROOM FOR A DOLLAR
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Robert H. Bartholomew
The construction of an efficient and permanent darkroom setup need not be an expensive, space-consuming affair. For example, the compact darkroom shown here was built in the corner of the photographer’s basement at a total cost of approximately 85 cents.
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GEISS-AMERICA
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GEISS-AMERICA
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
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BROWN-FORMAN INDUSTRIES
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PLYMOUTH
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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CENTRAL CAMERA CO.
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THE HARWALD CORPORATION
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THE HARWALD CORPORATION
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TV WORKSHOP
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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TICHNOR BROS., Inc.
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TICHNOR BROS., Inc.
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MINIFILM CAMERA STORES
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AWON FILMS
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AWON FILMS
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University Camera STORES
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University Camera STORES
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