Issue: 19580101

Wednesday, January 1, 1958
January
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0001.xml
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2
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Ansco: Ansco DUALET
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Ansco
Ansco DUALET
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0002.xml
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3
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Carl Zeiss, Inc.: Contaflex
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Carl Zeiss, Inc.
Contaflex
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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4
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0004.xml
masthead
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4
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0005.xml
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5
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STERLING-HOWARD
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STERLING-HOWARD
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0006.xml
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6
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Advertisements
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BURKE & JAMES, INC
SOLAR
BURKE & JAMES, INC
WATSON 35 LOADER
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0007.xml
article
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Another view of Magnum
Color revolution
October: pro and con
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I would like to supplement the excellent article in the September issue on Magnum with the following story: for the first time the achievements of Magnum were demonstrated in a representative exhibit which was jointly created by Magnum and Photokina.
PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0008.xml
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7
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Nikon Incorporated: NIKON Sp
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Nikon Incorporated
NIKON Sp
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0009.xml
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8
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Advertisements
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AKAREX CORP.
AKAREX 700L
AKAREX CORP.
AKAREX III
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0010.xml
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9
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Advertisements
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Dowlings
MEGALUME
Dowlings
MINOLTA AUTOCORD 'L'
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0011.xml
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10
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.
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SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0012.xml
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11
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Kalimar Inc.: f:1.9 LENS
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Kalimar Inc.
f:1.9 LENS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0013.xml
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12
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0014.xml
article
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WE ASKED THE PROS—
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WE ASKED THE PROS—
Do you prefer to set up a picture or shoot candidly?
Harvey Shaman
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I prefer working candidly. When you set up a picture, you usually put your subject on guard and so automatically create a barrier. If you work candidly and let your subject either go on with what he is doing, or get him interested in something besides the picture taking, you are much more likely to get what you are after.
PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0015.xml
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Advertisements
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.
Airequipt ELECTRO-CHANGER with one magazine
AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.
10-foot Pneumatic Remote Control Cord
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0016.xml
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14
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Advertisements
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
F/2.9 Meritar Lens with Pre-set Diaphragm
EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
Exa Camera, body only, with Waist Level Reflex finder
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0017.xml
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15
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.: Rolleicord Va
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
Rolleicord Va
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0018.xml
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16
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E. LEITZ, INC.: LEICA MANUAL AND DATA BOOK
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E. LEITZ, INC.
LEICA MANUAL AND DATA BOOK
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0019.xml
article
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PHOTO TIPS—SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
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PHOTO TIPS—SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
Protection for Emulsion
Print-Retouching Aid
Shortened Cord for Convenience
Cup Forms Adjustable Funnel
Emergency Clips for Film-Drying
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For darkroom use, extra clips can be made from spring-type wooden clothespins adapted so as to eliminate possibility of their damaging emulsion if clamped accidentally on a picture area. Slanted ends of jaws of each clothespin are cut off enough to allow view of exact position of gripping surfaces on film margin.
PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0020.xml
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17
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E. LEITZ. INC.: Leica
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E. LEITZ. INC.
Leica
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0021.xml
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18,19
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Advertisements
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Dowlings
EMEL
Dowlings
AURICON
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0022.xml
article
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COLOR CLINIC
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COLOR CLINIC
A famous technician solves your problems
Fluorescent lamps and color balance
Anscochrome and grain
Outdated Kodachrome
Kodak Color Compensating Filters and Filter Factors for Use with G-E and Sylvania Fluorescent Lamps_
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David B. Eisendrath
I am told that I shouldn’t shoot color film under fluorescent lamps, yet I have made some pictures with it under fluorescent lamps that were quite good. Are there some lamps that are better for color than others?—K.K.L., Salt Lake City, Utah.
PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0023.xml
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COLOR KING LABS
KODACOLOR CHRISTMAS CARDS
COLOR KING LABS
COLOR PRINTS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0024.xml
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION: Lord IV-B
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
Lord IV-B
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0025.xml
review
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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WHAT'S NEW
Popular Photography field-tests IMPORTANT NEW PRODUCTS
HASSELBLAD 500C
FEATURES
AGFA SILETTE SL
How exposure is determined with the new Silette SL:
FEATURES
ASAHI PENTAX
FEATURES
MECABLITZ 100
OMEGA D-2 SPECIAL
CAMERAS
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
LENSES
FILTERS
FLASH EQUIPMENT
PROJECTION AND VIEWING EQUIPMENT
TAPE RECORDERS
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
PUBLICATIONS
MISCELLANEOUS
Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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$480.50
Paillard Inc.
AGFA SILETTE SL
$99.95
Paillard Inc.
ASAHI PENTAX
$195
Paillard Inc.
MECABLITZ 100
$49.50
Paillard Inc.
OMEGA D-2 SPECIAL
$15.50
Paillard Inc.
ANSCO COLOR CLIPPER
$13.95
ANSCO COLOR CLIPPER takes 12 2¼x2¼-in. pictures on size 120 roll film. It has an f/11 coated lens, with aperture settings for both color and black-and-white, flash synchronization, and double exposure prevention. Price, $13.95; flash unit, $4.95. A Color Clipper Travel Outfit contains camera, Type IV Anscoflash unit, Anscochrome and All-Weather Pan Film, five blue flash bulbs, and Universal Viewer in a travel case. Price, $25.95. Ansco’s address: 40 Charles St., Binghamton, N. Y.
Paillard Inc.
AKAREX 700
$69.95
AKAREX 700, a 35mm camera, has a single window range-viewfinder with luminous frame. Bens is a f/2.8 Isconar, in a Prontor LVS shutter with fully synced speeds from 1 to 1/300 sec. and self-timer. The camera has a single-stroke rapid wind. Price is $69.95. Model 700L, with built-in photoelectric meter, is $89.95. Akarex Corp., 80 B. 11th St., New York 3, is the distributor and more information is available on request.
Paillard Inc.
SAMOCA 35X
$39.95
SAMOCA 35X, a 35mm camera, has a. single window range-viewfinder and a built-in photoelectric exposure meter. The 50-mm f/3.5 lens has a click-stop diaphragm ; MX shutter has speeds from 1/10 to 1/200 sec. Price is $39.95. Samoca 28X is similar, but has an f/2.8 lens; price, $49.95. Distributor is Brockway Corp., 1114 First Ave., New York 21.
Paillard Inc.
LORD 5D
$99.50
LORD 5D is a 35mm camera with a 40-mm semi-wide angle f/1.9 lens. It has a bright-line single window range-viewfinder, a lock for takingsnapshots without focusing, LVS settings, an MFX. -3 shutter with speeds from 1 to 1/500 see., a built-in film cutter for removing the exposed portion of film, and provision for intentional double exposures. The camera, is $99.50; case, $10.95. Allied Impex Corp., 17 W. 17th St., New York 11, is the distributor.
Paillard Inc.
AMIFLEX II
AMIFLEX II, the twin-lens reflex camera described on page 34 in the November issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, is distributed by Sterling-Howard Corp., 561 E. Tremont Ave., New York 57.
Paillard Inc.
ELMO 8AA
$99.50
ELMO 8AA is an 8mm spool-loading camera with trimming zoom-type finder showing the fields of 6.5-, 7.5-, 13-, plus 38-mm lenses. Features include 8, 16, 24, and 32 frames per second, a 9½ ft. film run (with a warning signal in the viewfinder to indicate end of run), built-in exposure computer, standard D-mount, and detachable pistol grip. Price, with 13-mm Elmo ƒ/1.9 lens is $99.50; with 13-mm Zunow f/1.1 lens, $129.50. Distributor is Brockway Camera Corp., 1114 First Ave., New York 21.
Paillard Inc.
ARGUS C-20 ADAPTER RING
$2.40
ARGUS C-20 ADAPTER RING is offered by Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A projecting screw arm locks or releases the adapter ring on lens and aids rotating of lens for focusing. It takes Series 6 filters. The No. 625 adapter ring is $2.40.
Paillard Inc.
KOPIL FOLDING BELLOWSCOPE
$29.95
KOPIL FOLDING BELLOWSCOPE for Praktina and Hexacon Supreme permits close-up work with these cameras. It has a geared track with lock, leather bellows, and folds when not in use. Price is $29.95. Photographic Importing & Distributing Corp., 67 Forest Road, Valley Stream, N. Y., is the distributor.
Paillard Inc.
PRAKTINA MICROSCOPIC EYEPIECE
$30
PRAKTINA MICROSCOPIC EYEPIECE is a high-magnification viewfinder for critical focusing with that camera. It is adjustable for Individual vision. The eye-cup rotates 360 degrees in either direction. It is interchangeable with the pentaprism and reflex viewfinders. Price is $30. A plain groundglass focusing screen is $3.95. Distributor is Standard Camera Corp., 319 Fifth Ave., New York 16.
Paillard Inc.
MEYER PRIMOTAR
$69.50
MEYER PRIMOTAR, an SO-mm f/2.S telephoto lens for the Exakta camera, is introduced by Exakta Camera Co., Bronxville, N. Y. It has a four element construction and focuses from 3.3 ft. Price, $69.50.
Paillard Inc.
TELEPHOTO LENS
$S2.95
TELEPHOTO LENS for Praktina FX and Praktica FX2 and FX3 cameras, the 180mm Meyer Gorlitz Telemegor f/5.5, has a pre-set diaphragm, five elements, and focuses from S ft. to infinity. A true telephoto, it is 5⅜-in. long and weighs 10 oz. Price, $S2.95. Distributor is Standard Camera Corp., 319 Fifth Ave., New York 16.
Paillard Inc.
SCREW-IN FILTERS
$2.50
SCREW-IN FILTERS for all Kodak Brownie movie cameras are offered by EdnaEite Optical Co., Peekskill, N. Y. Made of solid optical glass and coated, they come in two types; a ChromA 85A filter permits use of indoor color film outdoors while the ChromeHaze or Skylight filter prevents over-bluish color. Price of each, in plastic case, is $2.50. TIFFEN DM decamired filters permit balanced color results with all light conditions and all types of color films. They can be used singly, or in multiples, according to the degree of adjustment desired. Complete kits consist of three B (or cooling) filters and three R (warming) filters, plus case. Prices range from $10.50 for Series C to $64.50 for Series 9 kits.
Paillard Inc.
FR SHOE MOUNT BRACKET
$2.50
FR SHOE MOUNT BRACKET fits the FR 140 electronic flash head on any camera with a T-slot mount. It is intended to simplify horizontal and vertical use of 35-mm cameras with flash and for bounce-flash. It is a product of The FR Corp., 951 Brook Ave., New York 51. Price is $2.50.
Paillard Inc.
BELL & HOWELL
$39.95
BELL & HOWELL 707 is a 300-watt projector for Supersize, 35-mm, and Bantam slides. Low silhouette in design, it uses the new short projection lamp and is blower-cooled. The manual changer is interchangeable with accessory Semimatic and Electric changers. Price, with 5-in. f/4 lens, is $39.95. Address of company is 7100 McCormick Road, Chicago 45.
Paillard Inc.
FER-COLOR 6x6
$149.50
FER-COLOR 6x6 is a projector for both 2¼x2¼ and 2x2-in. slides. The unit comes in a typewriter-size case , and will project on its built-in 12x12 screen or other surfaces. Light source is a 100-watt lamp ; the projector operates on either ac or dc. It uses f/2.8 lenses; 57-mm for 2x2, 85-mm for 214 x2¼-in. slides. Equipped for 2x2in. slides unit is $149.50; for 2¼x2¼ in. slides, $151.50. The outfit for both size slides is $179.50. An accessory film strip carrier is $12. Distributor is Buttafarri Corp., 452 Fifth Ave., New York 18.
Paillard Inc.
PICTAR SLIDE EDITOR
$13.98
PICTAR SLIDE EDITOR is a light box for simultaneous viewing of up to twenty 35-mm slides or negatives. Screen Is made of translucent plastic with a series of narrow shelves to hold slides or negatives. The metal light box houses a 40-watt bulb. Price, $13.98. The viewer is a product of Mast Development Co., Davenport, Ia.
Paillard Inc.
EUMIG P-8 IMPERIAL
$129.95
EUMIG P-8 IMPERIAL 8-mm movie projector, reported on page 52 in the December issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, has been fitted with a faster Eupro f/1.4 lens. Price remains at $129.95. The distributor is Unimark Photo, 132 W. 31st St., New York.
Paillard Inc.
SOMCO
$29.50
SOMCO Focal Length Modifier for use with 16-mm movie projectors adjusts the size of the picture without moving screen or projector. It fits over the projector’s prime lens to change its focal length from a normal 2-in. to 1⅝-in. or, in reversed position, 2½-in. focal length. It is distributed by Simpson Optical Mfg. Co., 3200 W. Carroll Ave., Chicago 24. Price is $29.50.
Paillard Inc.
PICTUREMASTER
PICTUREMASTER is a tripod projection screen with glass-beaded Hy-Flect fabric. It comes in eight sizes, from 30x40-in. to 70x70-in., starting at $18.95. Manufacturer is Radiant Mfg. Corp., 2627 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago 8.
Paillard Inc.
THRUJECT SCREEN
$5.95
THRUJECT SCREEN is a rear projection screen for small group viewing or for color copy work. It measures 8x12-in., is framed, and is juiced at $5.95. Distributor is Spiratone, Inc., 369 Seventh Ave., New York 1.
Paillard Inc.
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$3.75
STEREO-DAPTOR CO. has announced a slide carrier permitting projection of a single frame of a standard stereo slide. The unit replaces the regular carrier, and comes in special models for the Argus 300 and Kodak Signet projectors, and as a universal model for over 73 other 2x2 projectors. Price is $3.75. Address of Stereo-Daptor Co. is 358 Sutter St., San Francisco, Calif.
Paillard Inc.
CROPTO-SLIDE BINDER
$2
CROPTO-SLIDE BINDER is a 2x2 slide mount with a 33-nun window for size 127, 120, and 620 transparencies. The size of the opening is said to prevent vignetting when the slides are projected in 35-mm equipment. The binders are notched for identification in the dark, and have space for recording data. They fit 2x2 projectors and automatic changers. A box of 50 with sequence labels is $2. Manufacturer is Porter Mfg. & Supply Co., 2836 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles 26.
Paillard Inc.
ADDACOLOR
$1.25
ADDACOLOR neutral density filters, for binding into slides after processing, are intended to soften glare, contrast, and overexposure effects. Made of gelatine, they ccome in sets of 24, at $1 for the 2x2, $1.25 for the 2¼x2¼-in. sizes.
Paillard Inc.
AIREQUIPT SLIDE FRAMES
AIREQUIPT SLIDE FRAMES, as featured in the slide magazines used for automatic Airequipt changers, are now available in boxes of 50. Frames are 5 cents each. The white index cards used in the system’s metal magazines are two for 5 cents. Manufacturer is Airequipt Mfg. Co., Inc., 20 Jones St., New York 13.
Paillard Inc.
AIREQUIPT SLIDE EDITOR
$1
AIREQUIPT SLIDE EDITOR allows projection of a single slide without removal of Airequipt automatic slide changer from the camera. The carrier locks to the action lever of the changer. Price is $1. Address of the company is 20 Jones St., New York 13.
Paillard Inc.
LUTES
$1.50
LUTES heat seal mounts for binding 35-mm transparencies come with a film protector for sealing with an iron without danger of damage to film. A box of 100 is $1.50. Manufacturer is H. L. Instrument Co., South Pasadena, Calif.
Paillard Inc.
BELL & HOWELL 770
$169.95
BELL & HOWELL 770, a portable tape recorder, operates at both 3¾ and 7½ ips. It features twin 5¼-in. speakers, neon recording level indicator lamp, input and output jacks, and 5 watts power output. It has five push-buttons for stop, fast forward and rewind, play, and record. Price, with ceramic microphone, is $169.95; a wroughtiron stand with casters for the recorder is $9.95.
Paillard Inc.
PAPER-DEALER
$9.95
PAPER-DEALER is a printing paper safe and dispenser, holding 100 sheets of single-weight or 50 sheets of doubleweight paper. It comes in four models : No. 57, for 5x7 or 4x5 paper, price, $6.95. No. 810, for 8x10 or 5x7 or 4x5 paper, $9.95. No. 1114 for 11x14 paper, $9.95. No. 1017 for 8x10, 5x7, and 4x5 paper, $12.95. The dispenser is distributed by H&S Photo Equipment Co., P.O. Box 14 93, G.P.O., New York 1.
Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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Paillard Inc.
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TWO old camera hands named Hasselblad and Zeiss have just pulled oft a photographic Rogers and Hammerstein. Called the Hasselblad 500C, this happy bit of Swedish-German collaboration closely resembles its redoubtable 2¼ x 2¼ ancestors in exterior architecture, with some obvious borrowings from another rather famous single-lens reflex, the 35mm Zeiss Contaflex.
PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0026.xml
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Peerless Camera Stores
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Peerless Camera Stores
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0027.xml
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POLAROID CORP.: Pathfinder 110A
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POLAROID CORP.
Pathfinder 110A
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0028.xml
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.: RICOH Diacord L
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RIKEN OPTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
RICOH Diacord L
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0029.xml
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30
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0030.xml
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0031.xml
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32
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO. INC.: Marshall Gift Package
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG. CO. INC.
Marshall Gift Package
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0032.xml
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33
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Advertisements
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REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
TR-1200
REVERE CAMERA COMPANY
SK-707 Stereophonic Kit
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0033.xml
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34,35
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GRAND CENTRAL CAMERA
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GRAND CENTRAL CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0034.xml
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0035.xml
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37
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SIMMON BROTHERS, INC.: SIMMON OMEGA 120 CAMERA
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SIMMON BROTHERS, INC.
SIMMON OMEGA 120 CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0036.xml
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38
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U.S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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U.S. PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0037.xml
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39
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION: OLYMPUS 35-S
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
OLYMPUS 35-S
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0038.xml
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40,41
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NEWYORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEWYORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0039.xml
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42,43
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0040.xml
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44
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION: JET II
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
JET II
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0041.xml
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45
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GRAFLEX: CENTURY 35
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GRAFLEX
CENTURY 35
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0042.xml
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46
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.: Airequipt ULTRAMATIC
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AIREQUIPT MFG. CO., INC.
Airequipt ULTRAMATIC
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0043.xml
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47
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0044.xml
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48
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KLING PHOTO CORP.
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KLING PHOTO CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0045.xml
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48,50
35-mm TODAY
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35-mm TODAY
Onward and Upward! PART 1.
MEMO TO SX FANCIERS:
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Bob Schwalberg
Looking back at 1957, a photographically event-packed period which produced such solid technical achievements as Super Anscochrome color film, 35-mm wide-angle lenses that are an ad man’s eye-lash faster than f/2, the accessory electric motor drive for the Nikon SP camera, and many many more, it is rather difficult to think of the future development of 35-mm photography except in terms of unbridled enthusiasm.
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49
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KONICA CAMERA CO.: KONICA III
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KONICA CAMERA CO.
KONICA III
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50
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THE FR CORPORATION
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THE FR CORPORATION
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51
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Yashica Inc.
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Yashica Inc.
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52
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Wittnauer Instruments Division, Inc.
Wittnauer Festival
Wittnauer Instruments Division, Inc.
Wittnauer Legionnaire
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53
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE SCHOOL OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY
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54
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Advertisement: WHITEHALL De Luxe ELEVATOR TRAVELITE TRIPOD
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WHITEHALL De Luxe ELEVATOR TRAVELITE TRIPOD
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54,129
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY QUIZ
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY QUIZ
Answers to Popular Photography Quiz on page 54
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55
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UNIMARK PHOTO INC.
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UNIMARK PHOTO INC.
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56
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TIFFEN MARKETING CO.
Tiller DECAMIRED FILTERS
TIFFEN MARKETING CO.
POLAROID ROTOSCREEN
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article
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56
STEREO TODAY
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STEREO TODAY
3-D and the Inner Ear
Angling for Pictures
Stereo Award Winner
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Robert L. Mclntyre
Believe it or not, our ears can help us enjoy certain types of stereo pictures. The three semicircular canals of the inner ear contain a fluid which moves in a manner not unlike the liquid within a spirit level. As we tilt our heads the fluid touches different nerve endings.
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57
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STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
automatic Tessar lens
STANDARD CAMERA CORPORATION
automatic Biotar lens
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0057.xml
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58
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Mamiya: MAMIYA 35
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Mamiya
MAMIYA 35
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58,60
CAMERA CLUBS
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CAMERA CLUBS
Looking for Club Activities?
Try a "Slide Essay"
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Whit Hillyer
As this is written I haven’t the final returns on what happened at the PSA convention in the battle between printmakers and color shooters. But since my last take-out on the general subject, the fur has been flying around in large clumps. The PSA’s national publication editor had the forthrightness to print articles by adherents of both factions, and had his knuckles rapped for it.
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WILLOUGHBY'S
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WILLOUGHBY'S
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60
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Brockway Camera Corporation
SEKONIC Brockway "S"
Brockway Camera Corporation
SEKONIC L-21
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61
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EXAKTA VX
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PRAKTICA FX
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62
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NEMS-CLARKE INCORPORATED: EXAKTA VXIIa
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NEMS-CLARKE INCORPORATED
EXAKTA VXIIa
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62,63,64
The Range finder
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Editorial
Is it too easy?
Available light: what it is and how to use it
Steichen honored
Amateur—a new section just for you!
Authentic atmosphere
Out of the archives
Tintypes-in-a-minute
All heat, no light
Candid shots...
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the editors
This issue is devoted to what has become known as available light photography, which is concerned with picture-taking under relatively poor lighting conditions without the aid of auxiliary lighting equipment. The emphasis is on simplicity and suggests the idea that it is easy to take pictures under practically any circumstances.
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Next month
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Want to make money with your camera? Seven pages of practical ideas tell you how. Are photographers screwballs? Read what psychiatrists think. Will tape replace film? Take a startling glimpse at the photography of the future. What’s the new trend in mediumpriced 35-mm cameras?
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SAMOCA 35X
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SAMOCA 28X
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64
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Pagliuso Engineering Co.
HOLLYWOOD JUNIOR EXTENDO
Pagliuso Engineering Co.
HOLLYWOOD SENIOR EXTENDO
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65
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PAILLARD Incorporated
BOLEX C-8
PAILLARD Incorporated
BOLEX B-8
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66
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ASAHI OPTICAL CO., LTD.: ASAHI-PENTAX
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ASAHI OPTICAL CO., LTD.
ASAHI-PENTAX
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67
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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AVAILABLE LIGHT A SPECIAL ISSUE
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What is available-light photography? Like so many other terms in our field, it is controversial. It tends to mean to every photographer just what he wants it to mean. But a basic definition can be offered : available light is that which is normally present in any picture-taking situation other than full daylight; it is ordinarily of relatively low intensity.
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68,69,70,71,72,73,112,114,115
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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HOW TO TAKE PICTURES ANYWHERE... ANYTIME... IN ANY LIGHT
CANDLELIGHT
STREET LIGHT
MARQUEE LIGHT
WINDOW LIGHT
BARE BULB
ROOM LIGHT
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Available-light photography, in a primitive sense, is as old as photography itself. By a narrower definition—the taking of pictures when necessary under ordinary room lighting— it is as old as the miniature camera. But as a unified system of photography, a matter of standard practice taking fullest advantage of every advance in film and processing knowhow, available-light technique is only a dozen years old.
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74,75,76,77,134,136,137,138
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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Bob Schwalberg on EXPOSURE AND DEVELOPMENT
The key to good available-light pictures
THE FOUR BASIC TOOLS OF AVAILABLE-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
SOME TYPICAL PROBLEMS OF AVAILABLE-LIGHT EXPOSURE
HOW EXPOSURE AND DEVELOPMENT EFFECT THE AVAILABLE-LIGHT NEGATIVE
Practical "user-indexes"
Available-light exposure
Available-light development
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SPURRED forward by the resourcefulness of photographers who proved their ability to make interesting and exciting photographs in poorly lighted situations without the use of additional illumination, as well as by the responsiveness of photographic manufacturers who provided such new tools as the incredible new highspeed films, available-light photography has evolved from its controversial status as the favorite whipping-boy of the photographic traditionalists to its new position of acceptance and achievement.
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78,79,112
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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HOCKEY WITHOUT FLASH!
Films catch up with the fastest game on earth
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JOHN DURNIAK
Hockey, the fastest game on earth, has been tamed by photography. The sport is as fast, as exciting, and as rough as ever before, but now, it’s easier to photograph. At one time, big focal-plane flash bulbs and later electronic flash lamps sprayed light over the ice at intermittent intervals throughout a game.
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80,81,129
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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BRIGHTEN SHADOWS WITH BOUNCELIGHT
How flash and flood can improve available-light quality without destroying mood
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CARL PURCELL
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82,83,84,85,122
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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HOW TO SHOOT AND ENJOY A PARTY
With the party season in full swing, here's how you can take all the work out of photography by using your camera under available-light conditions
THE PLANNING STAGE
LAS VEGAS PARTY GAMES
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JOHN DURNIAK
HERE’S the key to getting good party pictures—give a good party, and shoot under available light conditions. Flashbulbs and electronic flash announce that “pictures are being taken” louder than if you had used loudspeakers. Shooting under available light, people never know you’re shooting and go right on enjoying the party.
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86,87,127,128,129
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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"I NEVER USE FLASH”
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DON ORNITZ
WHEN I began taking pictures for magazines it was the time of multiple flash, and the style I most admired was the story-telling kind of picture with several planes of action all sharp and three-dimensionally lit. As might be expected, the pictures were dramatic but they looked as if they had been carefully arranged on a stage inside a refrigerator and then instantaneously frozen.
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88,89
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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You can shoot HAND-HELD AT ½ second or slower
A top professional tells how he shoots at slow shutter speeds without a tripod
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HAL BERG
In hand-held photography, the markings of ½ second and slower are forbidden territory on the shutter-speed dial. When a really difficult available-light situation arises, the photographer will usually push his film in the developer rather than slow down the shutter. Unfortunately, this is true even when the contrast produced by forced development is not desired.
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90,91,124,125,126
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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WHAT IS GOOD AVAILABLELIGHT QUALITY?
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BOB SCHWALBERG
ACCEPTABLE available-light picture quality can range from the technically irreproachable print, magnificently endowed with the last nuance of brilliance, gradation, sharpness, and finegrain imagery to the flagrantly nonconformist interpretation in which none of these hallmarks of photographic technique are overly in evidence, and more rules appear to have been violated than obeyed.
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92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100,101,140
AVAILABLE-LIGHT ISSUE
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PICTURES by available light
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Photography has always signified a means of recording the exact lines and shades in a scene in order to give an illusion of reality. This illusion often surpasses what might be done in other graphic mediums. But as the demands to capture an image of all kinds of subject matter under any circumstances increased, artificial light in one form or another was introduced and scenes and subjects were manipulated or posed at the expense of casualness, at the expense of illusion.
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102,103,104,105
AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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LET’S TALK ABOUT YOUR PICTURES
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1 Hubert Mauser, Innsbruck, Austria. Despite the address of the photographer, this landscape was made in Virginia City, Nevada. (The editors did a double-take because of the European-style buildings in the foreground.) Everyone agreed that this was a pleasant pictorial, the kind of picture your friends would admire with “ahs” of delight.
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106,107
AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT
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Have you ever set out on a Saturday or Sunday with your camera, wondering where to look for pictures, and. what pictures to take? Here’s a new feature to help you fill all your free time with worthwhile projects. There’s an assignment for every weekend of the month, bonuses for holidays.
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106,107
AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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MONEY-MAKING IDEAS
How to make your hobby pay off
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GEORGE B. WRIGHT
The time is not far off when all of us will have to cope with an income lax return. I hate to bring up such an unpleasant topic, but I know many amateurs are not taking full advantage of their photographic expenses in calculating their tax. This is particularly true of those who have only a modest income from their cameras.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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WAS AN AMATEUR
FIRST OF A NEW SERIES
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ANTON BRUEHL
A box camera, made in England, was given to me on my tenth birthday, in 1910, and photography and I have kept steady company from that day on. Possibly my interest in photography has never flagged because it provided me with a creative outlet while preparing for a career in the exact science of engineering.
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AMATEUR'S WORKSHOP
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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT... AVAILABLE LIGHT EXPOSURE
use one of these films
Here are suggested exposures for three typical indoor situations
HOW TO CHECK YOUR PHOTOFINISHER'S AVAILABLE-LIGHT PROCESSING
BASIC GUIDE TO HIGH-SPEED FILM EXPOSURE AND DEVELOPMENT
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Here, in compact form, is a short course in available-light exposure and development, designed to help the amateur who doesn’t own an exposure meter and the one who can’t do his own processing, as well as the more fortunate who have adequate equipment and facilities.
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.: Miranda
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
Miranda
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HiFi & Music Review
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HiFi & Music Review
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.
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RAY-VOGUE SCHOOLS
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RAY-VOGUE SCHOOLS
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.: Canon L-1
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CANON Camera Company, Inc.
Canon L-1
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MOVIE SECTION
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DO YOU FILL ALL THESE MOVIE-MAKING JOBS?
The “split-personality” approach can improve your films
HOW MANY OF THESE JOBS HAVE YOU DONE?
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DAVID BENNETT
THE most important attribute of a successful amateur movie-maker is a split personality. Where in professional production there is a separate trained person for each of the jobs involved in making a film, the amateur must fill all these jobs himself.
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KODAK COLOR FILM
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MOVIE LENSES
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MOVIES
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TELEVISION DOCUMENTARIES USE AMATEUR FOOTAGE
New C.B.S. series finds untapped source for dramatic shots
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JOHN GILLIGAN
EVERY time the amateur film-maker makes a movie, whether he knows it or not, he is recording history. Usually it is the history of his family, a summer trip, or some other event of purely personal interest but, though he may not have intended it, he may occasionally be recording an event of widespread and lasting historical significance.
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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CAMERA IMPORT CORPORATION
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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BROCKWAY CAMERA CORPORATION
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CHALLENGE!
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CHALLENGE!
MATCH YOUR SKILL WITH THE PRO ON A NEW ASSIGNMENT: “THE RIVER”
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In our next issue you will see Joe Clark’s interpretation of “Party” as well as pictures on the same theme from our readers. We are now accepting entries for the CHALLENGE theme, “The River,” results to be published in our April issue. Ansel Adams is the professional assigned to work on “The River” theme.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S TRAVELING SALONS
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S TRAVELING SALONS
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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.
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Kalart, Plainville, Conn.: KALART
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Kalart, Plainville, Conn.
KALART
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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DAVIDSON MANUFACTURING CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.: NIKOR
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Burleigh Brooks, Inc.
NIKOR
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127
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS CO.: STATIC masters
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS CO.
STATIC masters
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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Advertisement: WESTON MASTER III
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WESTON MASTER III
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ORRadio Industries, Inc.: irish ferrosheen
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ORRadio Industries, Inc.
irish ferrosheen
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Advertisement: WESTON EXPOSURE METERS
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129
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Sawyer's Inc.: Bi-Lens
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Sawyer's Inc.
Bi-Lens
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Bushnell
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Bushnell
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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NOW: a twin-lens reflex with interchangeable lenses
Mamiyaflex Model C Professional camera offers 80-mm, 105-mm, and 135-mm lenses plus long bellows extension
Interchangeable lenses
Lens interchange mechanism
Film transport
Interchangeable focusing hoods
Model C is excellent for closeups, portraits
The three available lenses and what they cover:
Rigid body construction:
Some features we liked:
Some things we don’t like:
Interchangeability today:
A brief word about the focal lengths:
New Mamiyaflex offers three lenses
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BOB SCHWALBERG
Ever since the dawning of the twin-lens reflex camera (longer than the three decades generally acknowledged), photographers have campaigned continuously for their right to utilize a variety of different lenses with the same twin-lens camera body.
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BERTRAM: BEWI
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BERTRAM
BEWI
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0115.xml
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135
135
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hamilton house
AUTO PENTACON
hamilton house
ARGUS C-3 CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0116.xml
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136
136
[no value]
[no value]
KINNARD CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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KINNARD CO.
SPOT-O-MATIC
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0117.xml
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136
136
[no value]
[no value]
CHARLES BESELER CO.: BESELER DREAM DARKROOM KIT
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CHARLES BESELER CO.
BESELER DREAM DARKROOM KIT
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0118.xml
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137
137
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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RUSS PHOTO SERVICE
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0119.xml
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138
138,139
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0120.xml
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140
140
[no value]
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BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL COMPANY
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BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0121.xml
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140
140
[no value]
[no value]
SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.
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SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0122.xml
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141
141,142,143,144
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0123.xml
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144
144
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0124.xml
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145
145
[no value]
[no value]
SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
[no value]
SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0125.xml
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146
146,147
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0126.xml
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148
148
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ASTRA PHOTO PRODUCTS
SUPER ANSCOCHROME ASA 100
ASTRA PHOTO PRODUCTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC ENLARGING PAPER
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0127.xml
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149
149
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[no value]
KONICA III
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OLYMPUS WIDE - S
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0128.xml
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150
150
[no value]
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University Camera STORES
KODAK BROWNIE
University Camera STORES
LENS BARGAINS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0129.xml
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151
151
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WIDE ANGLE LENS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0130.xml
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152
152
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HOLLYWOOD CAMERA CO.
MORSE B-5 FILM PROCESSOR
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA CO.
CUT FILM HANGERS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0131.xml
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153
153
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AWON FILMS
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AWON FILMS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0132.xml
article
154
154
COLOR
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MAKE A TAPE FOR COLOR PROCESSING
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EARL R. SAVAGE
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0133.xml
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155,156,157
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0134.xml
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157
157
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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0135.xml
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158
158
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
f/1.4 16mm MOVIE PROJECTION LENS
EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
STEREO MICROSCOPE
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0136.xml
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159
159
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Minneapolis-Honeywell
STROBONAR 62-A
Minneapolis-Honeywell
STROBONAR 61-A
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0137.xml
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160
160
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
[no value]
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19580101_0042_001_0138.xml