Issue: 19621001

Monday, October 1, 1962
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Friday, December 26, 2014

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MIRANDA CAMERA CO., LTD.: MIRANDA DR f 1.9
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MIRANDA CAMERA CO., LTD.
MIRANDA DR f 1.9
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Eyeglass problems
MacLaine as clown
Rollei joke?
Similar cartoons
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the editor
The very interesting article. The Eyeglass Problem, by Les Barry in your August issue on page 55 has the paragraph: “The camera industry lias been concerned with the problem, and at least one manufacturer, Voigtlander, lias solved it by creating a system with an expanded rectangular first lens for some of its models, permitting full viewing with image reduction.”
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FORMULA FOR SLIDE SHOWING
Captive audience
Choose the best
Time and place
Logical sequence
Agfa processing
Outdated film
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DAVID B. EISENDRATH
As a professional photographer, I find myself looking at more amateurs pictures than anyone except a print judge for an international competition. Strangely enough I enjoy looking at pictures (up to a point) for it is not only stimulating, but as a form of discipline it is excellent to see if I can quickly and easily suggest some method for improvement without offending the amateur artist.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0008.xml
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NIKON INC.
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NICON INC.
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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Karl heitz Inc.: ALPA
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Karl heitz Inc.
ALPA
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY
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CHARLES BESELER COMPANY
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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JUST OUT!
CAMERAS
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
FLASH EQUIPMENT
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
TAPE RECORDERS
MISCELLANEOUS
Allied Impex Corp.
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RICOH AUTO 66
$79.95
RICOH AUTO 66 is a medium-priced twin-lens reflex featuring match-pointer automation with some provision for manual exposure control. After exposure index of film used is set on a dial, camera is pointed at subject. To set shutter and diaphragm for correct exposure, you turn a serrated exposure-adjustment dial until two needles in a window atop the 66 are aligned. Then, cock the shutter, press the shutter release, and your exposure is made. Set for manual exposure, the camera shutter speed is 1/30 sec, for flash, and electronic flash operation as well. Another serrated dial, located directly under the shutter release button, sets the desired f-slop opening, from f/3.5 to f/22. Matched 80-mm Riken f/3.5 lenses are focused by twin levers. Semi-automatic loading and automatic film stop are provided, but only a red warning signal helps you guard against double exposure. Other features: self-erecting hood with full-frame magnifiers; Fresnel groundglass; wired accessory shoe that accepts a special Ricoh or similar flashgun; standard PC flash connector for conventional or electronic flash; grooved baseplate for use with rapid on-ofT tripod connectors; self-timer; Series 1 bayonet fitter mounts. Price, with lens cap, $79.95; ready case, $10.95; accessory Ricoh B-C cordless flash unit, $8.95. Importer is Allied Impex Corp., 300 Park Ave. S., New York 10.
Allied Impex Corp.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
$349
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL with the Robot automatic 35-mm camera is possible with the use of a radio unit, consisting of both transmitter and 13-oz receiver, at distances of up to one mile. Price is $349. Distributor is Karl Heitz Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
Allied Impex Corp.
N D .40
N D .40 is the name given to Enteco’s neutral density filter, used to convert early models of electric-eye movie cameras (with an exposure index of 10) for use with Kodachrome II film, which has an E.I. of 25. Having a filter factor of 2.5, it effectively lowers the speed of this film to that of the original film. Therefore, camera conversion is not necessary unless you wish to take advantage of Kodachrome 11 's increased speed. The filter can also be used indoors, and is available in all standard Series sizes, priced the same as all Enteco standard light filters. Manufacturer is Enteco Industries, Inc., 610 Kosciusko St., Brooklyn 21, N. Y.
Allied Impex Corp.
CLIP SHADE
$3.21
CLIP SHADE is a square lens hood with a shoe, especially designed for use on cameras that do not have a shoe for clip-on meters or flash units. And if your camera has a shoe, this extra shoe can be utilized for two accessories: meter on hood, flash on camera; or. meter or flash can be slipped onto the hood to bring them nearer for close-up work. It is available in two sizes: Series VI. $3.21, Series VII. $4.32. Distributor is Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing Blvd., Flushing 54, N. Y.
Allied Impex Corp.
B&H UNDERWATER HOUSING
$100
B&H UNDERWATER HOUSING for all Bell & Howell Director cameras is offered by the manufacturer. It has a parallax-correcting sport-type finder and controls for film advance, zooming, and winding. It is said to function at depths down to 60 ft. and to be sufficiently buoyant to float to surface if released. It does not require any modification of camera. Price is under $100. Manufacturer is Bell & Howell, 7100 McCormick Rd., Chicago 45.
Allied Impex Corp.
CLOSE-UP ATTACHMENTS
$35
CLOSE-UP ATTACHMENTS for use with Zeiss Ikon and many other non-reflex 35-mm cameras with 45or 50-mm standard lenses and accessory shoes enables the photographer to move in as close as 12 in. to his subject. A 2X Proxar lens fits over normal lens of camera; Contametcr. slipped into the accessory shoe, incorporates a coincident-type rangefinder, parallax corrected at 12and 20-in. distances. Both come in a leather case; price, $35. Distributor is Carl Zeiss, 444 Fifth Ave., New York 18.
Allied Impex Corp.
ASCORLIGHT A411
ASCORLIGHT A411 electronic flash, for press and candid work, was originally developed to meet stringent military specifications. It functions effectively in all types of environmental conditions from the Arctic to the tropics, is fungus resistant, operates even in salt water spray, withstands shocks to 50 G’s. Light output is 3,500 BCPS; angle of coverage, 50 degrees; operation is either on a.c. or battery; recharger is built in. This 100-watt-second unit has a Kodachrome 11 guide number of 75. For more details and prices, write to Ascor, 63-01 Metropolitan Ave.. Middle Village 79 (N.Y.C.), N.Y.; in Canada, write to Ascor of Canada, Ltd., 59 Howden Rd., Scarborough. Ontario. Ascor is also offering free literature on their line of electronic flash.
Allied Impex Corp.
PC-H CONVERTER
$1
PC-H CONVERTER converts nonremovable flash cords with PC terminals to accept standard cords with household-type plugs. Price, $1. Distributor is Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing 54, N. Y.
Allied Impex Corp.
NIKOR QUIK-FILL TANKS
$10.50
NIKOR QUIK-FILL TANKS are basically the same tanks darkroom workers have been accustomed to for many years. However, a new top (not interchangeable with previously marketed tanks) cuts daylight pouring and filling time in half (without tilting), is water-tight without gaskets, has anti-reflective coating on all baffles. Complete tanks are available in 35-mm, 127, 120/620. and multiple reel sizes. Prices start at $10.50. Distributor is Burleigh Brooks Inc., 420 Grand Ave., Englewood, N. J.
Allied Impex Corp.
T.E.C.
T.E.C., a thin-emulsion compensating developer minimizes the density difference between shadow and highlighted areas; with developing action evenly progressive, small-camera negatives have continued on page 108
Allied Impex Corp.
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greatest acuteness. T.E.C. is packaged in three 1-oz bottles, concentrated; each bottle diluted will process two rolls of film. For complete technical sheet, write to Plymouth Products Co., 1808 N. Damen, Chicago 47.
Allied Impex Corp.
LUPEX
LUPEX is Agfa’s contact-printing paper, to match the quality of the company’s Brovira, Portriga Rapid, and Record Rapid projection papers. It is stated to have wide exposure and development latitude, an extremely stable latent image, long shelf life, and increased resistance to scratches. In addition, extra silver in the emulsion gives “blacker blacks.” Currently, Lupex is available in singleweight, glossy grades from 1 to 5. Sizes and packaging are: 4x5. 100 sheets per package; 5x7 and 8x10, 25 and 100 sheets. For more details, write to H. Martin, Agfa Inc., 516 W. 34th St., New York 1.
Allied Impex Corp.
CITROEN ELECTRONICS 660
$149.50
CITROEN ELECTRONICS 660 is a 5½-lb tape recorder that operates on six penlight batteries in a cartridge, on an automobile cigarette lighter socket, or a.c. It takes 3¼-in. reels with two-hour recording capacity. Other features include two-speed capstan drive, fast rewind, push-pull amplifier with transformer, remote-control dynamic mike. Price is $149.50. For further details, write Citroen Electronics Corp., 832 N. La Brea, Los Angeles 38.
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TELECTRO
$179.95
TELECTRO tape recorders have been restyled. The four top models are furniture-finished, and permit recording on one track while listening to another. They are also said to have improved dynamic input range, preventing input overload in recording. They operate in upright or horizontal positions. Model SR 122 provides two-and four-track monaural and stereo playback, costs $159.95; so does Model SS 123, but it has an extended speaker system, different finish. It is $179.95. Model SS 132 has two-and four-track stereo playback and four-track monaural and stereo recording: $199.95. Model SS 133 has four-track monaural and stereo recording and playback, carries two 6-watt peak amplifiers, and can be used for P.A. while recording. It is $229.95. Model SS 500 has two-and four-track monaural and stereo recording and playback, push-pull amplifiers, provision for recording FM stereo, illuminated VU meter, provision for P.A. Price is $399.95. Also offered are two-track monaural models MM 113 ($79.95) and MM 115. with two speakers and push-button operation ($99.95). All models take up to 7-in. reels and have two speeds, except SS 500, which has three speeds. Company also offers a transistorized battery-operated recorder for 3-in. reels. Price is $99.95. For further information, contact Telectro Div. of Emerson Radio Inc., Jersey City 2, N.J.
Allied Impex Corp.
COLE DICTATER TR 400
$14.75
COLE DICTATER TR 400 is an all-transistorized 4-lb recorder operating on standard batteries but adaptable to 110-volt a.c. It runs at 1⅞ and 3¾ ips. Price, including remote-control mike, is $129.50. Accessories include case. $14.75; telephone adaptor, $4.95; a.c. adaptor, $19.95. For further data, contact Allen Communications, 1845 Broadway, New York 23.
Allied Impex Corp.
AGFACHROME CT 18
AGFACHROME CT 18 technical data bulletin contains information on emulsion layers, spectral curves, contrast and grain characteristics, etc. Write to Agfa, Inc., 516 W. 34th St., New York 1.
Allied Impex Corp.
LETRASET
$2.50
LETRASET titling kit consists of four sheets of letters which are transferred to any smooth surface by rubbing with a ball point pen, and preset titles (Our Fishing Trip, Family Album, Produced by, The End,... etc.). Price is $2.50 per set. Manufacturer is Letraset Canada, 164 Eglington Ave., Toronto 12, Ontario, Canada.
Allied Impex Corp.
G.B. FILM CLIPS
G.B. FILM CLIPS fit any 8or 16-mm movie reels, either full or partly full, to keep the film from unwinding or becoming loose. They are reusable and cost 49 cents per dozen. For more information, write to Max Goldberg Advertising, 613 E. & C. Building, Denver 2, Colorado.
Allied Impex Corp.
TAPE CHEST
TAPE CHEST has compartments to permit filing of 15 seven-in. recording tapes. Constructed of wood, they present no danger of tape demagnetization. Handle can be removed for book-shelf storage. For complete information and a 20page catalog of its products, write to Nega-File Co., Box 405, Doylestown, Pa.
Allied Impex Corp.
CORD REEL
$17.50
CORD REEL is equipped with 10-ft of 10-ampere wire, which can be latched at various lengths. Ball-stop can be positioned so that cord is always within easy reach. When corn is not in use, it coils back within its case. Price is $17.50. Manufacturer is Benjamin Reel Products Inc., 10700-10710 Broadway, Cleveland 25.
Allied Impex Corp.
THE FINGER LAKES
THE FINGER LAKES is the name of 16-mm color and sound film showing the attractions of the Finger Lakes region in picturesque western New York State. Aside from its entertainment value, it provides a pleasing example of how a good movie travelog is made. It is available for group showings. For a free booking write to Audiovisual Service, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N.Y.
Allied Impex Corp.
ALPA GROUNDSPIKES
$4.95
ALPA GROUNDSPIKES convert the portable Macrostat (for the Alpa 35-mm single-lens reflex ) for outdoor use. The spikes are attachable to the stand and the double-sided mirror, and are priced at $4.95 (small) and $9.95 (large). Distributor is Karl Heitz Inc., 480 Lexington Ave., New York 17.
Allied Impex Corp.
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
$5.000
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER is a double-tiered cabinet with doors, containing a stereo tape recorder, remote-controlled automatic 35-mm slide projector, a television set, AM/FM and FM stereo tuner, a public address system, a stereo hi-fi phonograph, and space for a closed-circuit television camera. All operate from a master control panel through push-button networks. Price is about $5.000. on a custom-made basis, from Sylvania Electric Products Inc., a subsidiary of General Telphone &. Electronics, 730 Third Ave., New York 17.
Allied Impex Corp.
CLUB RECORD FORMS
$2.50
CLUB RECORD FORMS for camera clubs enables the secretary to save time and work. A complete assortment includes forms for membership roster, dues and assessment record, financial report, committee report, and meeting minutes. They are packaged in 25 sheets for 80 cents or 100 sheets (may be assorted in packages of 25 sheets) for $2.50. Introductory outfit of assorted forms, about a year's supply, is available for $1.50. ppd.. from Club Records Co. P.O. Box 93, College Park Sta., Detroit 21. Samples available upon request.—
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM CO.
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SUPERIOR BULK FILM CO.
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lEITZ, INC.
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Honeywell
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Honeywell
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MOVIES
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G-E CINEMA LIGHT
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until recently the amateur movie-maker has always envied the still photographer with his fully portable flash and electronic flash units. For unless the movie-maker wished to carry a lot of heavy, bulky equipment and spend a lot of money as well, no really portable light source—one that didn’t tie him to an a.c. power outlet—was available to him.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0017.xml
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T.M. Graflex, Inc.
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T.M. Graflex, Inc.
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TWIN LENS FRITZ HENLE
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TWIN LENS FRITZ HENLE
THE PROJECTED IMAGE
Permits intermixing
Three lenses available
Check these rules
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I have been moving around so rapidly for the past few years that I have seldom had the opportunity to see a whole series oí beautiful square-format color transparencies thrown on a big screen by a really good projector. It s true that with the 2¼x2¼ you don't tired a projector, if you have sharp eyes and a good light box.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0019.xml
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BURLEIGH-BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH-BROOKS, INC.
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HASSELBLAD: Hasselblad 500C
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HASSELBLAD
Hasselblad 500C
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10-second pictures
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10-second pictures
TELEPHOTOS AND WIDE-ANGLES
Now you can ‘get close’
Focusing is easy
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H. M. KINZER
For a long time, Land camera owners felt restricted by the lack of interchangeable lenses. A close view of a distant subject, or a group shot in tight quarters, was either out of the question or extremely difficult. Now, however, there are accessory slip-on lenses for both wide-angle and telephoto shooting.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0022.xml
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E. Fischel, Jr., Inc.
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E. Fischel, Jr., Inc.
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ZESS IKON
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ZESS IKON
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DESCHIN SAY IT WITH YOUR CAMERA
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WHICH IS TRICK, WHICH IS METHOD?
Attitude and application
A technical caprice
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Sonic years ago Erwin Blumenfeld, the renowned illustration photographer, showed me a collection of the photographs he had taken of young women through ripped glass and similar devices. In a tactless moment, I referred to them as “these tricks," and, noting the cold stare, immediately amended my remark with, “hut, of course, I meant methods.”
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REEVES SOUNDCRAFT CORP.
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REEVES SOUNDCRAFT CORP.
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MINOLTA CORPORATION
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MINOLTA CORPORATION
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Bell & Howell: Canonflex
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Bell & Howell
Canonflex
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GENERAL INTEREST
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newsfront special!
ASSIGNMENT: BOMB LIGHT
‘Just like lightning’
Good color series
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HONOLULU. Hawaii—“in 40 years of the picture business, I think this was the most terrific thing I have covered. It was magnificent, one of the most beautiful scenes, and the color was unbelievable!” Amos Chun described it that way. Chun, the grand old man in Pacific press photography circles who used to climb aboard ships carrying boxes of glass plates, was speaking of one of his most recent assignments—photographing Hawaii by the light of a hydrogen bomb.
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Famous Photographers, Inc.
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Famous Photographers, Inc.
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.: KONICA 'FP'
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.
KONICA 'FP'
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SEKONIC INC.
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SEKONIC INC.
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Nikon Incorporated
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Nikon Incorporated
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SOUND with your PICTURES
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SOUND with your PICTURES
A department devoted to tape recording, hi-fi, sound-on-film, music, narration and special effects
WRITING COMMENTARIES FOR SPECIFIC AUDIENCES
Go to an authority
To build or not to build
A matter of time
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GEORGE W. CUSHMAN
There is no such thing as an average audience, nor an all-inclusive one. Whenever a group of people get together, there is usually some common denominator among them. Consequently, there can be no such thing as an average or all-inclusive commentary.
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ALLIED RADIO
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ALLIED RADIO
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BAUSCH & LOMB
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PRAKTI CAMERA COMPANY
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PRAKTI CAMERA COMPANY
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY TEST reports
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PRAKTISIX
TECH DATA
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It's no secret that there has been a long-felt and frequently expressed need among amateur and professional photographers for a reasonably priced 120 single-lens reflex of versatility and dependability. The long-awaited Praktisix seems to meet many of the requirements of this "dream camera.”
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SAWYER'S
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SAWYER'S
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY TEST reports
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OMEGA B-22
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Omega enlargers have set outstanding professional darkroom standards for a great many years. The no-nonsense design of the D-2 has made it the standard enlarger through several fads and trends in cameras. This same good solid design and clear thinking are also evident in the newest Omega enlarger, the B-22.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0042.xml
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Tiffen OPTICAL CO.
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Tiffen OPTICAL CO.
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argus INCORPORATED: Argus-Sekor 58mm
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argus INCORPORATED
Argus-Sekor 58mm
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ROLLEICORD Vb
TECH DATA
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After a long lost absence of nearly two years, the Rolleicord, low-priced sister of the Rolleiflex, has made a reappearance in the Rollei line. The new model Vb looks similar to its predecessor, the Rolleicord Va, but the addition of hood interchangeability has made it into one of the more versatile twin-lens reflexes in the low- to medium-price field.
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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36,38,40
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY TEST reports
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SPECTRA COMBI-500
TECH DATA
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In these days when planned obsolescence has became a part of standard design and manufacturing techniques, it is both startling and gratifying to come across a piece of equipment like the Combi-500. At first glance, one recognizes it as the old Spectra meter, a refinement of the old Norwood.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0047.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC.
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NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC.
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THE CAMERA ARTS BOOK CLUB
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THE CAMERA ARTS BOOK CLUB
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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Advertisements
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Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
Mamiya C2
Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
Mamiya C3
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0051.xml
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40,42
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY TEST reports
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MAMIYAFLEX PROFESSIONAL C3
TECH DATA
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when the first Mamiyaflex Professional appeared on the American market, it caused quite a stir, for this was a camera that exploded the myth that you couldn't successfully produce a workable interchangeable-lens twin-lens reflex to sell at a reasonable price. This camera, which has since become standard equipment for many creative professional and advanced amateur photographers.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0052.xml
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40
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ACME PHOTO LAB
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ACME PHOTO LAB
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0053.xml
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41
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SEKONIC, INC.
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SEKONIC, INC.
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PETRI CAMERA COMPANY, INC.
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PETRI CAMERA COMPANY, INC.
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43
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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AIDS to better PHOTOGRAPHY
CAMERAS, STILL
CAMERAS, MOTION PICTURE
LENSES
FLASH EQUIPMENT
PROJECTORS, SLIDES, SCREENS
DARKROOM SUPPLIES
FILM & PAPER
PICTURE TAKING ACCESSORIES
VIEWERS AND BINOCULARS
EXPOSURE METERS
SOUND EQUIPMENT
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A library of useful information is available to photographers free, thanks to the instructional literature many manufacturers offer. There are. no doubt, several booklets described here that will interest you. Just enclose 10c in coin or stamps to cover handling and you can circle as many choices as you wish on the coupon below.
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PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
Large markers make rule easier to read
Felt-tip retouches scuffed camera leather
Borderless easel makes copy holder
Grease pencil marks raised graduations
Create water "tornado" to empty bottle quickly
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The numbers on the foot rule of some paper cutters are hard to read in the dark. Instead of straining your eyes with your nose next to the cutting blade, cut some large pointed markers out of red paper and glue them on the ruler so that they indicate the lines for frequently used measurements.—Robert C. Cutchshaw, Sr., Decatur, Ga.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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46,47,48
LATEST REPORTS FROM THE PHOTO WORLD
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LATEST REPORTS FROM THE PHOTO WORLD
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TOKYO—New Mamiya 16 : On the market in Japan is the new Mamiya 16EE Deluxe, an advanced version of Mamiya's former 16-mm offering. The camera (above) uses an electric-eye system in conjunction with a neutral density filter. Equipped with f/2.8 lens, it offers shutter speeds from 1/5 to 1/200 second.
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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48
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THE FR CORPORATION.
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THE FR CORPORATION.
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49
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The School of Modern Photography
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The School of Modern Photography
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50
EDITORIAL
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EDITORIAL
Return to the darkroom
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BRUCE DOWNES
Jack Deschin’s -article Back to the Darkroom in this issue is one of the most heartening to have appeared in a long while. It comes significantly at a time when the trend to automation has gathered such onrushing momentum that a growing number of pessimists are pronouncing the death knell of photography as a serious craft.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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51
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General Electric Co.
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General Electric Co.
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52
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BURLEIGH-BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH-BROOKS, INC.
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53,107
GENERAL INTEREST
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Are the big foundations ANTI-PHOTOGRAPHY
Art growing, grants going
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BARBARA MILLER
There are, in these United States of America, some 400 colleges, universities, and technical institutes offering one or more courses on photography, right along with physics, philosophy, and physiology. Museums like New York's Museum of Modern Art, and institutions such as the venerable Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., oiler considerable space to photographic expositions.
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54,55,56,57,90,91
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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The CAMERA in the MIDDLE: 2¼
Excellent for flash work
Improves amateurs’ shooting
Offers great adaptability
2¼ REFLEXES NOW AVAILABLE:
Accessories abound
Many films now available
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Not too big and not too little—that’s the secret of the success of today’s 2¼ reflex camera, which has literally become the camera in the middle. For both amateur and pro, it represents a solid and convenient compromise between the mobility but small format of the 35-mm and the bulk but big negative of the 4x5 and larger.
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58,59,60,61,106
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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SEE BIG!
The more we miniaturize, the more we need to magnify; and here's a big look at the field
Check markings’ meanings
Inspect for lens faults
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HARVEY SHAMAN
Optics is the backbone of today’s photography. With all due credit to the importance of the light-sensitive material that receives and holds the photographic image, it’s only fair to recognize that the lenses of our era (camera, enlarger, projector) make yesterday’s “miracles” practically commonplace.
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62,63,64,65
ASSIGNMENT
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VICTOR KEPPLER bares FOUR CASE HISTORIES
Show real-looking' family caught by window display in time-payment plan store
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To the unitiated, it may look as though photographic illustrator Victor Keppler goes “way ’round Robin Hood’s barn” to produce a picture. The difference is a matter of perfection—absolute satisfaction of a client’s desires. Keppler, who is also director of the Famous Photographers School, Westport, Conn., is not in the habit of looking for short cuts at the sacrifice of any desirable details, no matter how small.
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66,67
COLOR
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LONG LENS OR OPTICAL TRICKERY?
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68,69,70,71,109,110,111,112
HOW IT’S DONE
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PROOFING, DUPING & PRESENTING
Proofing black-and-white negatives
MAKE ENLARGED CONTACTS
CHECK THE YELLOW PAGES
LITTLE-KNOWN COLOR SERVICES
Proofing color negatives
Presentation
Presentation forms for color
Display transparencies
Need color filters
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BILL PIERCE
The rocky road from the click of the shutter to the final photograph can he even rougher than necessary for the photographer who isn’t aware of a few of the basic “trade secrets” of proofing and presentation. The tiny 35-mm formal is just too small to look at in negative or contact-sheet form when you are trying to pick the best photograph from among a number of frames.
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72,73,129,130
TRAVEL
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Camera Guide To JAMAICA
Land of wood and water’ is photographic Garden of Eden
Film and processing
Camera repairs
Professional models
Customs and restrictions
Getting there
Getting around
When it comes to pictures
Five photographic areas
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LES BARRY
When Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica, in 1491, the island was inhabited by a race of Indians (now extinct) known as Arawaks: and “Jamaica is a corruption of their name for the island. “Xaymaca,” meaning, “land of wood and water.”
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74,75,76,77,78,79,80,81,91,92,93,94
DARKROOM
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Back to the DARKROOM
A noted critic and columnist dips his fingers in developer again after a long layoff. You can learn a lot from his story—and pictures.
Here are some details from Deschin’s darkroom: time-savers, space-savers, and useful improvisations
If you’re building a darkroom, plan it first. Here are ideas from several sources
two-door cabinet for storing printing paper.
Trends in design
Some gadgets helpful
Looking over old negatives
Pleasures of the darkroom
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JACOB ECHLIN
For the past two years or so, the photographic industry has been noting a slight, but persistent amateur trend back to the darkroom and the world of do-it-yourself photography. Is it wishful thinking or an increasingly obvious reality? “The darkroom is dead,” says Carroll Siskind, designer of color processing machines for Beseler.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0075.xml
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82,83
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DAYLIGHT VIEWER
Want to screen slides, movies?...make copies?... animate?...Look at this
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HARVEY SHAMAN
If you ever wished you could show your slides or films without moving furniture about and pulling window-shades, here might be the answer. The HPI Telescreen is a compact (6⅛ in. wide, 6% in. high. 7¾ in. deep) rear-projection box to be placed in front of your projector, and at right angles to it.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0076.xml
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84,85,86,87,88,89,132
FOCUS ON
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DG HORN/GRINER
Two talented photographers team up in a unique, highly successful partnership
For the team
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JOHN DURNIAK
Photography just happened to Horn/Griner. Three years ago. Steve Horn and Norm Griner teamed up with the word “Designers under their company name. Pens, pencils, brushes, and mainly other people's pictures were the tools of their trade.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0077.xml
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90
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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91
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Kodak
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Kodak
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92
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Kodak
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Kodak
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93
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0081.xml
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94
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0082.xml
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94
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PLYMOUTH PRODUCTS CO., INC.
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PLYMOUTH PRODUCTS CO., INC.
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95,105
MOVIES
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USIS makes a movie
Commentary aids continuity
Tracks in many tongues
Many libraries in many countries
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We have just viewed two travelogs made by the government — films the American public will never be able to see. One is Invitation to India, the other Invitation to Pakistan. They cover Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy’s visit as an informal goodwill ambassador to these two countries last Spring.
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95,102,103,104
MOVIES
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METHODS & MATERIALS
Larger frames?
Double-8 or split-16?
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LEENDERT DRUKKER
It has become a standing joke among motion picture engineers to anticipate' 4-mm film. Hut to president Walter Bach of Bach Auricon, Inc., manufacturer of the Auricon sound cameras, this is no laughing matter. Writes Mr. Bach in a recent issue of Photographic Trade News:
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96,97,105
MOVIES
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Accessories for TAPE RECORDING
to simplify taping your slides and movie shows. For sources see page 105
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0086.xml
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98,100,101,102
MOVIES
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electric eye
Curse or convenience? Foolproof automation or exposure trap? Here is a down-to-earth evaluation of the
PRO
CON
TWO TOUGH ONES FOR THE ELECTRIC EYE
ELECTRIC EYE PROBLEM-SOLVING CHART
Exposure may change
An electric eye future
Today’s eyes
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LEENDERT DRUKKER
Now anyone who can push this button can take perfect movies without knowing how!" exclaims one importer of an 8-mm electric eye camera, has the built-in light meter really simplified filming to the art of pointing a camera— and if so. is there anything wrong with that? Well, there are two bitterly opposed schools of thought on this.
PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0087.xml
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99
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AMERICAN SANKYO CORP.: Sankyo 8-Z
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AMERICAN SANKYO CORP.
Sankyo 8-Z
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101
TRAVEL
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY TRAVEL SERVICE
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY'S travel department maintains a complete up-to-date world-wide listing of travel information sources—countries, states and general areas. This page has been designed to help readers plan their vacations, photo tours, and week-end trips, by making it easy for them to obtain current news about any point on the globe.
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102
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Nikon Incorporated: NIKKOREX-8
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Nikon Incorporated
NIKKOREX-8
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103
MOVIES
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MOVIE TIP
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Reels and cans are kept at your fingertips with this rubber-coated wire rack sold for storing dishes. It will hold your reels neatly upright, like books on a library shelf, and permit you to select one without disturbing the others. Numbers on edge of cans speed identification.
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
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104
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3m COMPANY
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3m COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0093.xml
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105
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3M Company
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3M Company
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0094.xml
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107
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19621001_0051_004_0095.xml
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107
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Da-Lite Sereen Co.
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Da-Lite Sereen Co.
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107
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Superscope Inc.
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Superscope Inc.
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108
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NATIONAL CAMERA REPAIR SCHOOL
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NATIONAL CAMERA REPAIR SCHOOL
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109
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Honeywell
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Honeywell
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110
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ROBERTS ELECTRONICS, INC.
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ROBERTS ELECTRONICS, INC.
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110
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U.S. Photo Supply Co., Inc.
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U.S. Photo Supply Co., Inc.
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111
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Yashica Inc.
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Yashica Inc.
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112
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SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.
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SOLAR CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.
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112
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RICHMOND RESEARCH CORPORATION
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RICHMOND RESEARCH CORPORATION
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113,114,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128
REFERENCE SERIES
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY 1963 FOTO FACT FINDER
DARKROOM TROUBLE
1 WATER SPOTS
2 MECHANICAL INJURIES
3 WAVY, UNEVEN SHRINKAGE OF IMAGE
SHOOTING GUIDE
4 FOG
5 DEVELOPMENT FOG
6 IMAGE REVERSED ON NEGATIVE
7 MOTTLED NEGATIVES
8 HYPO DEPOSITS (WHITE) ON NEGATIVE
9 PINHOLES AND TRANSPARENT SPOTS
10 BLOTCHES, LINES, STREAKS, STATIC MARKS, FINGERPRINTS
11 BROWN OR RED STAIN
12 YELLOW STAIN
13 GREEN STAIN
14 PURPLE STAIN
15 YELLOW-WHITE SHEEN
DRY-MOUNTING DIFFICULTIES
Are you using the right SAFELIGHT?
RECOMMENDED SHUTTER SPEEDS FOR STOPPING SUBJECTS IN MOTION
COLOR FILTER SELECTION CHARTS
FILTERS FOR SUNLIGHT
FILTERS FOR STUDIO-TYPE TUNGSTEN LAMPS
FILTERS FOR ELECTRONIC FLASH
High Speed Ektachrome Type B
FILTERS FOR CONVENTIONAL FLASH
Type A or B Color Films
FILTERS FOR PHOTOFLOOD LAMPS
FILTERS FOR SHOOTING DAYLIGHT FILM IN STUDIO
WHAT FILTERS DO
FILTER FACTOR CONVERSION CHART
EXPOSURE GUIDE FOR BOUNCE FLASH
FLASH TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
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Careful workmanship will eliminate all or most of the faults discussed here. Such care entails cleanliness of equipment and darkroom, the use of fresh film and paper and of properly blended fresh chemicals, thorough washing, strict adherence to times and temperatures, and gentle handling of materials.
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SCOPUS, INC.
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SCOPUS, INC.
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129
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NEGA-FILES
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NEGA-FILES
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129
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TELECTRO
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TELECTRO
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Advertisements
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131
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CHEMIPURE LABS
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CHEMIPURE LABS
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131
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS COMPANY
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS COMPANY
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SCOPUS, INC.
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SCOPUS, INC.
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GLO-COLOR LABS
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GLO-COLOR LABS
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Focus on the folk
Shoot while touring
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Even though you're visiting a place for the first time, you have, on arrival, some idea of specific things you're going to see and shoot. It’s just a matter of getting settled, and then tracking down your basic camera objectives in an organized manner.
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Two black-and-whites were used to make that fantastic color shot on pages 66-67
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The photographer, Erich Locker, knew exactly what he wanted—a color shot of a dancer and an abstract tree on a rocky shore, with a giant sun about 15 degrees above the horizon, "like a huge ball of fire slipping into the sea.” First he had to find the place, a place where the sun sets into the sea.
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What causes black scratch marks not on the negative? I have been getting fine, black scratch marks on my prints. They look as though the negative, were scratched, yet they appear in different places on a series of prints from the same negative.
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