Issue: 19640601

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Monday, January 12, 2015

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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Allied Impex Corp.: MIRANDA
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Allied Impex Corp.
MIRANDA
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0002.xml
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION: Lunasix
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
Lunasix
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0003.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0005.xml
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0006.xml
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TIFFEN OPTICAL CO.
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TIFFEN OPTICAL CO.
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0007.xml
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Vive le processor
Bravo Deschin
No discount on Knowledge
Good old-timer
Doughnut-shaped images
Catch a thief
Thoughtful review
Transporting review
Photographic expressionism
We don’t look down
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I had a good time reading in March your answer to the question, “Will a custom processor handle photos of nudes?” in That's a Good Question! In France, we do not bother with such involved and arbitrary regulations. The “glamor or lustful” pictures are processed and returned to the photographers as any other photograph without making a fuss, the processor being content with keeping at least one copy for himself and his friends, if it is worthwhile.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0008.xml
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0009.xml
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Ponder & Best Inc.
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Ponder & Best Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0010.xml
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NIKON INCORPORATED: NIKKOREX 8 ZOOM
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NIKON INCORPORATED
NIKKOREX 8 ZOOM
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0011.xml
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Famous Photographers School
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Famous Photographers School
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0012.xml
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karl heitz
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karl heitz
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0013.xml
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COLOR CLINIC
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WHY PRINTS DIFFER FROM SLIDES
Why reproduce from slides?
Custom prints come high
Horses of different ‘color’
What film for churches, museums?
Letters for slide titling
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DAVID B. EISENDRATH
In the many years I have been writing this column on color. I have talked about many different subjects and new processes and techniques. Many of the questions that used to come from readers no longer appear in the mail, for new films, new gadgets, and new equipment have answered most of them.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0014.xml
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Mallory Batteries Ltd.: Mallory Manganese Batteries
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Mallory Batteries Ltd.
Mallory Manganese Batteries
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0015.xml
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3m COMPANY
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3m COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0016.xml
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Honeywell
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Honeywell
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0017.xml
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS, INC.: Auto-M 35
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS, INC.
Auto-M 35
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0018.xml
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Bushnell
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Bushnell
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0019.xml
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Is it TRUE?
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Is it TRUE?
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HOLLIS N. TODD
RICHARD D. ZAKIA
No color process ever gives too-saturated colors—all color processes reproduce colors as weaker than those of the subject. As usual, we have to define our terms. Observed colors have three different characteristics, or aspects. One of these is hue-the difference between red, green, yellow, purple, and so on.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0020.xml
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
METEOR
ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
ROCKET
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0021.xml
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Roberts Electronics: ROBERTS 1057PS
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Roberts Electronics
ROBERTS 1057PS
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0022.xml
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LES BARRY ON THE GO
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WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ROTTERDAM?
A theory develops
Prewar picturesqueness
Functional and decorative
Shopping-center subjects
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Long before you've bad an opportunity to form an opinion about a place you’re visiting for the first time, someone’s bound to ask you what you think of it. The question, with regional variations of the wording, happens to be one of the natural clichés of travel: and since usually it’s asked by a local resident with strong chauvinistic tendencies, it doesn’t call for anything more than an innocuous, noncommittal answer with favorable overtones.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0023.xml
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SIMMON OMEGA, Inc.
Baseboard-mounted AUTOMEGA D-3V
SIMMON OMEGA, Inc.
Wall-mounted OMEGA D-2V
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0024.xml
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FUJI Photo Optical Products Inc.: FUJICA
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FUJI Photo Optical Products Inc.
FUJICA
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0025.xml
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Allied lmpex Corp: BAUER 88R
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Allied lmpex Corp
BAUER 88R
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0027.xml
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glamor
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BRINGING NATURE INDOORS
Add props of nature
Change angle, avoid sky
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PETER GOWLAND
Even though I prefer to work outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine at every opportunity, there are times when it is more advantageous to simulate an outdoor background inside my studio. This might occur if the weather is particularly bad or the location is too far away to be practical for both model and photographer.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0028.xml
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RICOH INDUSTRIES USA, INC.: RICOH 35S
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RICOH INDUSTRIES USA, INC.
RICOH 35S
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0029.xml
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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ULTIMA
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ULTIMA
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TONY SCHWARTZ ON SOUND
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PLAYBACK FROM READERS
Deep-freeze test
Something that will interest me
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One of the thrills of broadcasting comes from the immediacy of the medium. I start working on a show Friday, air it Tuesday, and for the next few weeks I get comment from people who have heard it. There is this great people-to-people aspect in radio.
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0033.xml
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.: KINDERMANN TANKS
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.
KINDERMANN TANKS
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0034.xml
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CRITICS at LARGE
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CALLAHAN SHOWS, EAST & WEST, MARK HIS BOOK’S PUBLICATION
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H. M. Kinzer
SANTA BARBARA, Calif.—We suspect that if you asked the average, reasonably well-informed photography fan about Callahan’s work he would say: “Oh, he's the guy that makes abstractions of weeds and stuff.” Such abstractions do form a small part of Callahan's work but one of the major revelations of this exhibit is that he ranges over a wide variety of subject matter, bringing a uniquely intuitive approach to each field.
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
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DA-LITE SCREEN CO., INC.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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Honeywell
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Honeywell
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SEKONIC INC.
SEKONIC Built-in Booster Meter L-38
SEKONIC INC.
SEKONIC Auto-Lumi L-86
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0040.xml
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MAGNETIC RECORDING FOR THE HOBBYIST
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MAGNETIC RECORDING FOR THE HOBBYIST
BOOKS RECEIVED
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Leendert Drukker
This is essentially a "how to" manual, but it is a considerable cut above par. The opening chapters deal with the tape recorder as part of the home hi-fi system: how to pick up broadcasts, copy records, select pre-recorded tapes, and how to play tape back for maximum fidelity. Those who think of taping as primarily a creative medium might feel slighted at this point, but they needn't be.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0041.xml
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
TECHNIKA 70
KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
LINHOF PROJECTOR
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0042.xml
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ILFORD INC.
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ILFORD INC.
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PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
Night lamp and three-way outlet lights projector control panel
Plastic towel rack bar used for subminiature developing
Keep film in zipper pocket to reduce clutter in gadget bag
Adapt vacuum cleaner to make borderless prints
Protect gadget bag bottom with nylon faucet washers
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Having trouble seeing controls on your projector? Then cement a three-way outlet to top or side of your machine, connecting it to power source with an extension cord. Plugging a night lamp into outlet provides small but efficient light for viewing controls.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0044.xml
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Allied Impex Corporation
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Norelco
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Norelco
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JACOB DESCHIN VIEWPOINTS
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QUESTIONS ABOUT A PHOTO ARTS CENTER
Who are the leaders?
What are its aims?
Guidance and goals lacking
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About midway of last year in Denver, Colo., a group of photographers, apparently mostly amateurs, announced its intention of founding a so-called “Colorado Photographic Arts Center" and signalized the event with a dinner at which the guest of honor and speaker was Ivan Dmitri.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0047.xml
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American Sankyo Corp.: Sankyo 8-CM
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American Sankyo Corp.
Sankyo 8-CM
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.
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TWIN LENS FRITZ HENLE
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THE VIEW FROM EIGHTY FEET UP
Clambering in Europe
Reload if you must
Hold it overhead
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Last year I wrote a column on the joys of making pictures from a helicopter—admitting that this was largely an activity for well-heeled photographers or those on generous expense accounts. More recently I've had occasion to shoot from some other high vantage points, like those that might be available to anyone with a camera.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0050.xml
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Agfa Inc.: Agfachrome
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Agfa Inc.
Agfachrome
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0051.xml
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0052.xml
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IN THE DARKROOM AL FRANCEKEVICH
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MAKING LAB LIFE EASIER
Low-watt heater
Short enlarging lens
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There are so many varied things to talk about this month that it is difficult to know where to start. In general, all the products and techniques I'll discuss fall into the category of making darkroom life easier. The first such device that I’ve been using is one of a series of Carlwen Rapid Shift Negative Carriers.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0053.xml
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0054.xml
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Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.: Nikkorex 8F
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Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
Nikkorex 8F
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITS
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITS
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These exhibits, composed of selected prize-winning prints from POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S international picture contests, are available to interested universities, colleges, art galleries, exhibition halls, museums, photo clubs, and other organizations open to the general public for showing.
PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0056.xml
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GENERAL ELECTRIC
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PopularPhotography_19640601_0054_006_0057.xml
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PROMINAR INTERNATIONAL CORP.: Kowa
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PROMINAR INTERNATIONAL CORP.
Kowa
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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JUST OUT!
CAMERAS
PROJECTION AND VIEWING EQUIPMENT
FILM
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
MISCELLANEOUS
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
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Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KALIMAR 1220
$7.95
KALIMAR 1220, an eye-level viewfinder camera, yields twelve 2¼×2¼ exposures on size 120 roll film. Its f/8 lens is set in a focusing mount and has variable apertures. Shutter has I and B settings and flash synchronization. Other features: built-in accessory shoe, rapid film-advance lever, and fingertip shutter release. Price, with neck strap, $7.95. Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc., 2644 Michigan Ave., St. Louis. Mo. 63118.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KODAK CAROUSEL PROJECTION POINTER
$11
KODAK CAROUSEL PROJECTION POINTER throws a sharp blade of light on a screen to draw attention to points of interest. It can also be used to view slides or notes since the cone gives off a diffused light. Operation is by means of two D cells, and the lens can be focused. Price, less batteries, $11. Manufacturer is Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N.Y.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KALIMAR TYPE B
$3.95
KALIMAR TYPE B viewer for all transparencies in 2×2 mounts can be used with or without two pen-light batteries, and can be hand-held or used for table viewing. Lamp reflector and diffuser for the integral light source is stated to eliminate hot spots. Price, $3.95. Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc., 2644 Michigan Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 63118.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
AGNEKO CROP-IT
$1
AGNEKO CROP-IT masks, to improve composition of slides, are available in nine different apertures and are to be used mounted between glass. Masks are made of lightweight, dustless card stock and come in two sets. One set has openings from 23to 35-mm, the other from 17to 22-mm. Price is $1 for a set of 63, either of the two assortments or all of one specific size. More details from Agneko Inc., 177 Louis St., Maywood, N.J.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
LIFACOLOR
$2.25
LIFACOLOR slide binders made of plastic with glass preset in place arc so constructed that transparencies are suspended without touching the glass, eliminating Newton’s rings. Binders are hinged for opening, snap shut, and are reusable. They’re available in seven formats. Six are 2×2 with various openings; sizes and prices are: 24×36-mm, $2.25; 24×24-mm, 18×24-mm, and an 18×24-mm (for Stereo-Tach or Zeiss stereo attachment transparencies), $2.35 per box; 28×40-mm and 40×4l)-mm, $2.45 per box. They're packed 20 to a cardboard box and also 50 to a plastic box. Binders for 2¼×2¼ transparencies are $2.70 for 12 in cardboard box. If not at dealers, write directly to Professional Photographic Suppliers, 251 W. 89th St., New York 24, N.Y.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KODAK PROFESSIONAL
KODAK PROFESSIONAL film is now available in three new bases. Kodak RS Pan is rated at ASA 650, with high red sensitivity to minimize portrait retouching. Kodak Plus-X Pan is rated at ASA 125 with extremely fine grain and high sharpness. Both have a 7-mil Estar Thick Base and are available in sheet form as well as 3½-in.×75-ft rolls. Estar base is stated to have improved curl characteristics and better dimensional stability. Kodak Tri-X Pan has an ASA 320 rating for use with wide tungsten lighting, emphasizing highlight brilliance while maintaining shadow detail. Offered in 70-mm rolls, it has a 4-mil Estar base. For more details, write to Professional Photographic Sales Div., Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y. 14650.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KODAK BLUE TONER
$1.90
KODAK BLUE TONER is available in a new formula, designed to improve even cold blue tones while preserving highlights of black-and-white prints, and offers greater print capacity for a given volume of toner. It comes in a two-component package making one qt of solution, enough for 15 8×10 prints. Price is $1.90 at Kodak dealers.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
SCRUBBING SPONGE
SCRUBBING SPONGE is a combination sponge and scouring pad, useful for cleaning stainless steel surfaces in the darkroom since it does not require use of scouring powder. Sponge surface holds (or absorbs) water, while scouring surface cleans. Sample is available by writing to Dept. NM1-64, 3M Company, 2501 Hudson Rd., St. Paul, Minn.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KOMURA LENS GUIDE
KOMURA LENS GUIDE, a 30-page reference guide and catalog of 18 Komura lenses, contains applications and advantages of these interchangeable lenses for most major brand-name cameras. Also listed are adapters for lenses from 200-mm f/3.5 to 800-mm ƒ/8. It is available upon request to Komura Div., EPOI International, Ltd., 1ll Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10003.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
NAME-O-MATIC
$5.95
NAME-O-MATIC enables you to identify cameras, darkroom solutions, slide trays, etc., with adhesive labels. Type can he embossed on one or two lines. Unit has an indexing guide to plan spacing of letters. It accepts labeling tape in strip form. Price, with 23 feet of gold tape, $5.95 ppd, from Grace Spitz, Dept. DH, 1420 S. Randolph St., Arlington, Va.
Manufacturer is Kalimar Inc.
KODACOLOR
KODACOLOR ENLARGEMENTS of 5×7 and 8×10 from portions of standard 135 and 828 Kodacolor negatives are announced by Eastman Kodak. Cropping can be done vertically on horizontal formats, and vice versa. Previously, enlargements could be made only from the full frame.
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Paillard Incorporated
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Paillard Incorporated
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., LTD.
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OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO., LTD.
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NIKOR
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NIKOR
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NEGA FILE
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NEGA FILE
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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CONTESTS & MARKETS
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CONTESTS & MARKETS
CONTESTS
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EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, the International Federation of Photographic Arts, and the French Federation of Photoclubs announce the European Cup competition for sound and slide combinations. Entries should be 2×2 glass-mounted or 1×½ unmounted transparencies, accompanied by magnetic tape recorded at 7½ or 3¾ ips.
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PETRI CAMERA COMPANY, INC.: PETRI FLEX V
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PETRI CAMERA COMPANY, INC.
PETRI FLEX V
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TEST reports
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BELL & HOWELL/CANON DIAL 35
TECH DATA
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Joseph Foldes
The Bell & Howell/Canon Dial 35 is an interesting automatic single-frame camera with an unusual appearance. The lens is surrounded by what looks like a telephone dial (hence the name), and a short “handle” protrudes from the bottom. The dial is turned to the proper ASA setting for film in use.
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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Calumet MANUFACTURING CO.
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Calumet MANUFACTURING CO.
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LATEST REPORTS FROM THE PHOTO WORLD
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NEWS FRONT
LATEST REPORTS FROM THE PHOTO WORLD
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ZURICH, Switzerland—New CIBA color print material goes in use: Swiss photo dealers were given demonstration of "market-ready” Cilchrome-Print process here early in March. (See "CIBA Enters Color Field" in Newsfront Special, April '63.) Available only as a finishing service through Swiss dealers at present, customers will receive one free Cilchrome-Print of slide made from roll cf Telchrome film.
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
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Ansco: Ansco Memo II
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Ansco
Ansco Memo II
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Dymo Industries, Inc.
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Dymo Industries, Inc.
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EDITORIAL
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EDITORIAL
On quality standards
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BRUCE DOWNES
The day before the MPDFA convention officially opened in Chicago. G. B. Zornow, Eastman Kodak's vice president, appealed to the assembled photofinishers to join hands in establishing quality standards. "Ladies and gentlemen," he said, "we are 20 years behind other industries in establishing quality standards and in merchandising them.
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THE CAMERA ARTS BOOK CLUB
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THE CAMERA ARTS BOOK CLUB
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GENERAL INTEREST
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THE WORLD’S MOST UNUSUAL CAMERA STORE Wallace Heaton Ltd.
"You cannot buy a faulty instrument at Wallace Heaton Limited"
Publishers, too
Testing began after war
PROVING DEPARTMENT FINDINGS
Equipment specially built
Movie camera tests
Film, slides projected
Testing pays
No brickbats thrown here
Standards pose problem
Satisfaction guaranteed
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BRYN CAMPBELL
If you wanted to sum up briefly why Wallace Heaton Ltd. is Britain's most respected photo dealer, you could spell it out in one word—SERVICE. If you want to buy a $3,000 camera outfit they'll have one in stock and spend half the morning introducing you to it.
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SLR's WITHOUT MOVING MIRRORS:
THE SPLITBEAM SYSTEM
The BSR's—Not so new, but good!
HOW BSR ELIMINATES MOVING MIRROR
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BILL PIERCE
How many of you have peered through the finder of a Bolex Rex movie camera? Some of you ought to remember doing it a long time ago. Today that type of reflex finder, one that utilizes a beamsplitter, is ultra-new, big news to the SLR boys—so new that some of them say it can't work.
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SLR's WITHOUT MOVING MIRRORS:
THE SPLITBEAM SYSTEM
Konica Domirex—A prototype
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NORMAN ROTHSCHILD
You know that this is a single-lens reflex when you turn it around and look through the viewfinder. From the front, though, it looks like some oddball creation with a mysterious protrusion over its lens barrel. But stronger still is the feeling you get when you press the shutter release.
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SLR's WITHOUT MOVING MIRRORS:
THE SPLITBEAM SYSTEM
Camcraft Z Housing—Now available
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RICHARD W. VESEY
A sensational new development—a beam-splitter prism for the Leitz Visoflex reflex housing—is now on the market and well may be a forerunner of things to come in the near future. The beam-splitter prism eliminates the mirror from the reflex device.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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A primer on EXPOSURE METERS
EACH TYPE HAS ADVANTAGES
GET UP CLOSE FOR ACCURACY
IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW METERS, TRY THIS QUIZ
Bright subjects fool meters
Diffuser only suggests
Consider lighting ratio
OFF-AXIS SENSITIVITY OF REFLECTED-LIGHT METERS
Color range is less
Final choice is personal
Basic types: selenium and CdS
Know meter’s special problems
Small size has advantages
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BILL PIERCE
Way back in the beginning of photography there was no problem when you went shopping for a meter; there weren’t any. Then some clever fellow figured out that you could hold a piece of proof paper in the sunlight for a specific length of time and determine your exposure by noting how dark the paper turned.
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English Miner
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Focus on ROBERT FRESON
Camera is prepared
Cold beer was better
Not a carbon copy
He learned three things
‘Color isn’t realistic’
‘Calm and competent’
‘Something exciting . . .’
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
At the age of 37, Robert Freson probably holds the claim to being the most experienced “new” photographer in the business. His 15 years’ apprenticeship before embarking professionally on his own has placed him in an enviable position. He is a photographer with an artist’s eye who knows how to deliver good pictures because his knowledge of the medium is up to any assignment he tackles.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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DON'T SHORT-CHANGE THE BACKGROUND
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ARTHUR LAVINE
What adds that extra dramatic note to these photographs of small objects? The answer is backgrounds—and lighting, two sides of the same coin which, when used imaginatively, emphasize and complement your subject. We discovered this during a recent photo-staff project at the Chase Manhattan Bank which offered a real challenge in small-object photography.
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'...unforgettable'
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CRITIC'S CHOICE
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ALEXEY BRODOVITCH
I have selected Bob Adelman's photo of Negroes standing up to a fire hose in Birmingham. It is last year's most dramatic picture report; Look magazine published it. · This photograph is not only vital—it is unforgettable; it is carved in my memory forever.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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Make your own ACCESSORY PROJECTOR LENS
for less than $1.50
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MELVYN T. REITER
Normally, the size of the image projected by a given slide projector would be determined by the distance between the projector and the screen. To increase the size of the picture you increase this distance, and vice versa, moving the projector or the screen, or both.
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BIG NEW-PRODUCT SHOW REPORT
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NEW AT THE SHOW
STILL CAMERAS
ANSCO MEMO II
CANON DEMI
CANON DIAL 35
EXA IIA
EXAKTA VX-IIB
FUJICA DRIVE
FUJICA HALF
MAMIYA/SEKOR
MAMIYA/SEKOR Z-31, Z-32, Z-32B
MAMIYA STANDARD 23
MINOLTA HI-MATIC 7
MINOLTA REPORTER
MINOLTA 16 CDS
NIKKOREX AUTO-35
NEW OLYMPUS PEN EE
OLYMPUS PEN F
MEDIUM-PRICED PENTAX
RICOH AUTO SHOT
RICOH SINGLEX
RICOH 35S
VOIGTLANDER VITRONA
YASHICA J-5 SLR
YASHICA MINISTER-D
YASHICA 16EE
ZEISS COLORA and COLORA F
ZEISS CONTINA L
ZEISS CONTINA LK
ZEISS IKON ‘IMPROVED’ CONTAREX
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
ARGUS BELLOWS ATTACHMENT
PIERCE'S REPORT
CAMCRAFT HOUSING
COPAL LARGE-FORMAT SHUTTER
MINOLTA ADAPTER for PRAKTICA MOUNT LENSES
MULTI-KILAR
NIKON RIGHT ANGLE FINDER
PRONTOR PRESS LONG-EXPOSURE SHUTTER
ROLLEI FOCUSING AID
TIFFEN ACCESSORIES for KODAK INSTAMATICS
LENSES
AUTO-NIKKOR TELEOPTIC LENS SYSTEM
55-mm AUTO-NIKKOR f/4 UV
85-mm AUTO-NIKKOR f/1.8
300-mm AUTO-NIKKOR f/4.5
28-mm AUTO ROKKOR f/3.5
EXAKTA LENSES
WRIGHT'S REPORT
NEW KALIMAR LENSES
LEITZ 90-mm TELE-ELMARIT f/2.8
NOFLEXAR MACROWIDE ANGLE
18-mm TAKUMAR f/11
P&B VIVITAR
PENTAX CLOSE-UP
160→500-mm ROKKOR ZOOM
SCHNEIDER REPROCLARON
SUPER-TAKUMAR
25-mm TOPCON f/3.5
VOIGTLANDER SUPER DYNAREX
METERS
ARGUS CDS
SEKONIC MARINE
SPECTRA ATTACHMENTS
FLASH
WATALUX X2
STROBONAR 65D
PROJECTION EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES
AIREQUIPT SPRITE
BRAUN SLIDE PROJECTORS
ELMO CS PROJECTOR
GRAFLEX MESSENGER PROJECTOR
GRAFSONIC CORDLESS REMOTE CONTROL
45-mm HEIDOSMAT f/2.8 LENSES
652 AUTO/SHARP PROJECTOR
KALIMAR SA 300
LEITZ PRADIX PROJECTOR
LEITZ PRADOLUX LENSES
ROTHSCHILD’S REPORT
MINOLTA FILM STRIP ATTACHMENT
ROLLEI CONTINUOUS-PROJECTION ATTACHMENT
SAWYERS VIEWMASTER DE LUXE
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
ANSCO PANADEX ENLARGING PAPER
ANSCO VIVIPAN SHEET FILM
ANSCO VIVATONER
FR FLOW THROUGH THERMOMETER
ILFORD ILFOPRINT PROCESSOR
LUMINOS PHOTOGRAPHIC LINEN
PLYMOUTH TEC DEVELOPER
ROLOR DRUM PROCESSORS
TESTRITE POLE ENLARGER
3M BRAND MODEL 81 ENLARGER-DEVELOPER
TIME-O-LITE FOOT SWITCH
MISCELLANEOUS
DAVIS and SANFORD COMPAC-TRIPOD
FOBA TRIPOD
FOTOCHROME HALF-FRAME MAILERS
STILL CAMERAS
G M 35
2¼×3¼ or 4×5 HORSEMAN 970
KOWA SE SLR
NIKON M-35
IMPROVED SUPER CAMBO VIEW
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
CAMCRAFT BELT CLIP
IMPROVED CAMCRAFT MOTOR
MINOLTA PANORAMA HEAD
MIRANDA FOCUSING AIDS
ROWI GUNSTOCK
SOLIGOR 2X TELE CONVERTER
ULTIMA PHOTO ACCESSORIES
LENSES
COLIGON
KALIGAR AUXILIARY SET
KALIMAR X PANDER
KOMURA
P&B VIVITAR CLOSE-UP SETS
SCHACHT-M-TRAVENAR
SOLIGOR
METERS
SEKONIC 138
YASHICA YEM-45
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
BESELER 57MVT ENLARGER
COLIGAR ENLARGING LENSES
DURST IMPROVEMENTS
KINDERMANN TANK
KODAK RAPID PROCESSOR MODEL II
NIKOR TRIMMER EDGE LIGHT
NEW 16×20 SAUNDERS EASEL
MISCELLANEOUS
BARNETT & JAFFE CASES
DIAMOND CASES
LUMIPAN 70-MM FILM
NIKOR LOADING STAND
PHOTO-EDITOR ELECTRONIC NEGATIVE VIEWER
ROWI CHEST POD
SMITH-VICTOR STUDIO LIGHTS
SUSIS MODEL 200 TRIPOD
3M MODEL 55 INSTANT ENLARGER
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ANSCO MEMO II
$69.95
The new Ansco Memo II is a fully automatic half-frame 35 with spring-motor wind, said to give up to 20 exposures on one wind. Camera sets aperture for 1/125 sec on automatic, over ASA 12-200 range. Has 25-mm Memar f/2.8 lens; zone focus; warning signal; automatic parallax correction; symbols for zone focus visible in finder; simplified flash system at 1/30. Price, $69.95 with case and wrist strap. Mfr., Ansco, Binghamton, N.Y.
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CANON DEMI
$54.95
Half-frame 35, has match-needle automation for films from 10 to 400 ASA with programmed shutter. Needle visible atop camera. Also has manual control shutter speeds from 1/30 to 1/250 sec, B. Lens is 28-mm f/2.8, stopping down to f/22, is zone focused; scale includes portrait, group and landscape symbol settings. Other features: single-stroke film advance, self-resetting counter, X synch. Price, $54.95. Dist., Bell & Howell, Chicago, III.
Mfr., Ansco
CANON DIAL 35
$79.95
Half-frame 35 has dial ASA settings from 8 to 500, CdS cell, preselect shutter-speed automation, and manual exposure. Bright-line finder shows f-stop, parallax correction, underand overexposure signals. Its 28-mm f/2.8 lens zone-focuses from infinity to 2½ ft. A motorized spring drive winds 20 shots, rewinds film. Other features: X flash synch, horizontal format. Price, $79.95. Dist., Bell & Howell, Chicago, III.
Mfr., Ansco
EXA IIA
$99.50
This 35 has improved prism and rangefinder glass. Similar in appearance to a combination of Exa IB and Exa II, it has removable back. Performance has been improved on an extremely short-throw, one-stroke lever wind. Camera is available with a variety of lenses or as a body alone. Price, without lens, $69.50; with preset 50-mm Zeiss Tessar f/2.8, $99.50. Dist., Exakta Camera Co., Bronxville, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
EXAKTA VX-IIB
$269.50
Similar to the lla, but incorporates internal improvements in shutter and mirror action. New linear shutter speeds of 12 to 1/8 sec and 1/30 to 1/1,000. New 50-mm Zeiss Pan-color f/2 features visual depth-of-field indicator in which moving arrows bracket sharp area on focusing scale. Rewind incorporates crank; improved FP, F, X synch. Price, $269.50. Dist., Exakta Camera Co., Bronxville, N.Y.
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FUJICA DRIVE
$70
Identical with fully automatic, half-frame 35 Fujica Half (below) except for one basic feature. The Fujica Drive has spring-motor film drive, said to provide 20 shots on one full wind of bottom knob. Price, under $70. Availability, end of 1964. Dist., Fuji Photo Optical Products, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
FUJICA HALF
$59.95
Fully automatic, half frame 35, with camera automation setting “programmed” exposure pairs from 1/250 sec at f/22 down to 1/30 sec at f/2.8. Five-element 28-mm Fujinon f/2.8 lens; ASA 10-200 range; shutter speeds and f-stops visible in finder; warning signal; full manual; scale focus plus zone positions; permits holding automatic reading. Price, $59.95; case $3.95. Dist., Fuji Photo Optical Products, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MAMIYA/SEKOR
Focal-plane 35-mm SLR with builtin CdS cell and match-needle exposure automation. Has high-low scale, ASA settings from 8 to 800, needle visible in finder. Lens is fully automatic 58-mm f/1.7. Has Pentax-type screw-thread mount. Counter under glass is self-resetting. Shutter speeds are T,B, 1 to 1/1000 sec. Separate PC outlets for FP, X synch. Single-stroke advance. Price to be announced. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
Mfr., Ansco
MAMIYA/SEKOR Z-31
$149.50
Aside from lenses, these 35-mm cameras are quite similar. All have coincidence-type coupled rangefinders. CdS match-needle automation for ASA 10-800 films, bright-line parallax-correction finders, self-resetting film counters, MX synch, self-timer. Model Z-31 has 48-mm f/1.5 lens, Z-32 a 48-mm f/1.7, Z-32B a 48-mm f/2. Prices, $149.50, $109.50, and $89.50 respectively; Case. $9.50. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
Mfr., Ansco
MAMIYA STANDARD 23
$269.50
A modified model of 2¼ × 3¼ Mamiya 23 De Luxe, coupled rangefinder camera. New camera omits tilting back and is not supplied with groundglass assembly. Comes with 90-mm Mamiya-Sekor f/3.5 lens and one of two roll-film holders for $269.50. (Both permit making 6 × 6and 6 × 4.5-cm pictures; Model A also permits making 6 × 9-cm photographs; Model B, 6 × 7-cm ones.) Dist., Mamiya, Div. of Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MINOLTA HI-MATIC 7
$119.50
Novel positioning of CdS cell on lens mount (just inside lens mount rim) lets user attach filters over lens and cell of this fully automatic rangefinder 35. Six-element 45-mm Rokkor f/1.8 lens; pre-selection of speeds from 1/4-1/250 sec on automatic; manual range to 1/500 sec plus B. Finder shows EV numbers; meter can be used on manual. ASA 25-800 range; self-timer. $119.50 with case. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MINOLTA REPORTER
$59.50
Minolta's first half-frame 35 offering in the U.S. comes with four-element 30-mm Rokkor f/2.8 lens, and provides semi-automatic exposure control. User obtains “programmed” exposure pairs from 1/30-1/250 sec and f/2.8-f/16 by matching needle on camera top. Scale focus with click stops for zone focus, thumb-actuated film transport wheel, manual flash at 1/30. $59.50 with pouch case and wrist strap. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MINOLTA 16 CDS
$89.50
So far, the only fully automatic sub-miniature available here with CdS cell. Though it is similar to the selenium-cell Minolta 16EE, this new model permits preselection of two shutter speeds: 1/50 sec (at “L”), 1/200 sec (at “H”). Also features three-element 45-mm Rokkor f/2.8 lens; zone focus; ASA 25-320 range; warning signal; and X synch at 1/30 and f/11. $89.50 with wrist strap and pouch case. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
NIKKOREX AUTO-35
$169.50
Here's a slightly different version of the fully automatic Nikkorex Auto-35 shown at last year’s MPDFA but never made available here. Main change between models is improved meter design. Familiar features include six-element 48-mm Nikkor f/2 non-interchangeable lens, “preselect shutter speed” full automation, pentaprism finder, split-image rangefinder spot, fully automatic diaphragm and instant mirror return. ASA range is 10-400. Camera permits using 1-1/500 sec on automatic (same on manual plus B). All stops are visible in finder on automatic and manual. Price of camera, $169.50; leather case $16.50. Other accessories include wide-angle and telephoto conversion lenses, microscope adapter tube, binocular and telephoto attachments. Available in May or June. Dist., Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
NEW OLYMPUS PEN EE
$55.45
This is an improved version of the half-frame 35 Olympus EE, featuring programmed full-exposure automation. Camera chooses 1/40or 1/200sec speed, sets aperture. Five-element 28-mm Zuiko f/3.5 fixed-focus lens, ASA 10-200 range; manual at flash set ting; warning signal; shutter lock for insufficient light; holding provision for close-up readings. $55.45 with pouch case, wrist strap, flash bracket. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
OLYMPUS PEN F
$139.95
This was one of the most discussed offerings at MPDFA—and the first half-frame SLR 35 on the U.S. scene. This interchangeable-lens camera features a newly designed Porra prism finder grid focusing spot and Fresnel lens; a mirror with horizontal travel, plus instant return; and full diaphragm automation. A special point: Pen F, with metal, rotary focal-plane shutter and X synch, is first focal-plane-shutter SLR to permit electronic flash synchronization up through 1/500 sec. Shutter speed range is 1-1/500 and B. Camera also has depth-of-field preview button, lever film advance, and self-setting counter. With six-element, 38-mm F. Zuiko Auto-S f/1.8 lens (focusing to 14 in.), $139.95; pouch case, $9.95. Availability, May. CdS meter that couples to shutter-speed dial, $24.95, Zuiko Auto lenses due early in June: 50→90-mm f/3.5 zoom, 100-mm f/3.5; 25-mm f/1.4. Zuiko Auto lenses due later: 40-mm f/1.4; 60-mm f/1.5; 70-mm f/2. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MEDIUM-PRICED PENTAX
$199.50
A Pentax H3v with 55-mm Super-Takumar f/2 lens (previously available on the H1a), is priced between standard H3v and H1a. Price, $199.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
Mfr., Ansco
RICOH AUTO SHOT
$84.95
First sign of long-rumored miniaturization in full-frame 35 shows up in unusually compact, fully automatic Ricoh Auto Shot, with spring motor drive and four-element Rikenon f/2.8 lens. Over-all measurements: 2⅞×4 7/16×2⅜ in. Another special feature of this full-frame 35 (which looks like a half-frame 35): a small AG-1 flash unit which doubles as lens cap, and fits with camera into leather pouch case. Exposure automation: “ASA Controlled Shutter Speed” type, where setting ASA sets single shutter speed for use with film in camera. ASA 12-200 range; scale focusing plus zone symbols; shutter-speed range, 1/30-1/125 sec; flash, 1/40 sec; warning signal in finder. Camera weight, 16.8 oz. $84.95 with AG-1 gun, pouch case, wrist strap. Cable release adapter is available for $2. Ricoh Industries, USA, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
RICOH SINGLEX
$199.95
Ricoh’s first professional-type SLR 35 has pentaprism viewing-focusing (with range-spot), full diaphragm automation; instant-mirror return, and eight-element 55-mm Rikenon f/1.4 lens. As an aside, bayonet mount which is designed for wide line of Ricoh lenses also accepts Nikkor lenses. Speeds: 1-1/,000 plus B; Copal Square metal shutter; MX synch; depth-of-field preview; self-timer. Chrome model, $199.95. Case for camera and CdS meter, $23. New meter that couples to shutter speed dial, $27.50. Currently available Ricoh preset lenses: 35-mm f/2.8, $89.50; 135-mm f/2.8, $119.50; 200-mm f/4.5, $179.50 300-mm f/5.5, $390; 400-mm f/6.3, $490. Automatic Ricoh lenses due in August: 35-mm f/2.8, $129.50; 85-mm f/1.8, $139.50; 135-mm f/2.8, $149.50. The preset 90→190-mm Ricoh Zoom Rikenon f/5.8 is due sooner, $490. Dist., Ricoh Ind. USA, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
RICOH 35S
$59.95
Semi-automatic exposure control plus a four-element 40-mm Ricoh f/2.8 lens are featured on this new full-frame rangefinder 35. ASA 25-400 range. Matching needle is in finder, with warning signal for too much or too little light. Meter couples to aperture ring; shutter speeds, 1/4-1/300 sec plus B. Also has self-timer, self-setting frame counter, built in shoe. $59.95, case $8.95. Dist., Ricoh Industries, USA, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
VOIGTLANDER VITRONA
$120
Another important 35-mm first: the compact Voigtlander Vitrona, with built-in electronic flash (see POP PHOTO, April, 1964). Flash-tube and reflector occupy spot often used for built-in meters, while two C cells are in detachable grip that has on-off switch. Focusing by scale or zone symbols automatically sets aperture for speed of 1/30, once flash symbol is set. However, aperture can be selected manually. Other flash features: ASA 25-200 range; 8-13-sec recycling time; ready signal in finder and on camera top; charging circuit cuts out when unit is fully charged; production model to show red warning signal in finder if flash limits are exceeded. Otherwise, this is a Vito C-series-type camera, with three-element 50-mm Lanthar f/2.8 lens, plus manual control from 1/30-1/250-sec speeds and f/2.8-f/22 lens openings. Price, about $120; available about August. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
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YASHICA J-5 SLR
$190
Neatly designed 35-mm single-lens reflex. It has a built-in and cross-coupled CdS meter, automatic diaphragm, preview bar, and cross-grid micro-screen focus spot. Comes with 55-mm Auto Yashinon f/1.8 lens. Shutter speeds from ½ to 1/1000 sec, X, and B. Price, less than $190. Dist., Yashica, Inc., Woodside, N.Y.
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YASHICA MINISTER-D
$70
This new 35-mm camera with its unusual CdS meter is aimed at one of photography’s big problems: getting readings in backlighted situations. The meter— which is uncoupled—reads the highlight and shadow areas separately and then gives the average exposure for the subject. This information can be seen in a window at the top of the camera, and then set on camera. Meter covers 50-degree angle. Basically the same as the Minister II, this camera has: 45-mm f/2.8 lens, 1to 1/500-sec shutter speeds, rangefinder, M and X synch, ASA speeds from 10 to 400, self-timer. Price, under $70. Dist., Yashica, Inc., Woodside, N.Y.
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YASHICA 16EE
$65
New fully automatic exposure sub-miniature takes 20-exposure 16-mm cartridges. Weight, 11 oz. It has a selenium cell meter with ASA 25-40 range. Warning needle at top of camera signals when there is insufficient light. Built-in haze filter, automatic frame counter, 25-mm fixed-focus f/2.8 lens. Synchronized for electronic flash at 1/30 sec. Price, under $65. Dist, Yashica, Inc., Wood-side, N.Y.
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ZEISS COLORA and COLORA F
$40
These cameras are identical except that the Colora F (illustrated) has “pop-up” flashgun for AG-1 flashbulbs. Lens is a 50-mm Novicar f/2.8 set in a Prontor 125 shutter with speeds up to 1/125 sec and X synch. Rapid-wind lever advances film, sets shutter. Body release on camera front makes for steady operation. Frame-line finder. Prices, $35, Colora; $40, Colora F. Dist., Carl Zeiss Inc., New York, N.Y.
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ZEISS CONTINA L
$60
Has three-element Zeiss Colora Pantar lens of 45-mm focal length and f/2.8 maximum aperture. The shutter is a Prontor 250 with speeds of B, 1/30 1/60, 1/125 and 1/250 sec; X synch at all speeds for electronic flash, synchs at 1/30 for most flashbulbs. Other features include bright-frame finder, double-exposure prevention, built-in photoelectric light meter that is not coupled. Price, $60. Dist., Carl Zeiss Inc., New York, N.Y.
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ZEISS CONTINA LK
$75
This model features a built-in coupled exposure meter which furnishes exposure automation of the match-needle variety, with needles visible in the viewfinder. ASA ratings from 10-800 may be set. The Prontor 250LK shutter has speeds up to 1/250 sec and B, as well as X synch. Finder is bright frame-line type. Lens is 54-mm Color Pantar f/2.8. Price, under $75. Dist., Carl Zeiss Inc., New York, N.Y.
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ZEISS IKON ‘IMPROVED’ CONTAREX
$589
This new model features interchangeable groundglass screens and data-recording strip. To interchange the focusing screen a catch inside camera is depressed and screen is removed with special tweezers supplied (as shown in illustration). Types of focusing screen supplied are: full groundglass, split-image with groundglass ring, split image with groundglass ring for 250to 500-mm lenses, and clear glass with crossline reticle for photo-micrography. The data-recording device may be used only in this new model Contarex. Fits either the regular or interchangeable magazine back. Message is written on small plastic strip, is inserted into slit in camera back. Message occupies 4-mm of picture area. Line on focusing screen indicates area used. Price with 55-mm Planar f/1.4 lens, $589. Dist., Carl Zeiss Inc., New York, N.Y.
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ARGUS BELLOWS ATTACHMENT
Unit bayonets to Argus SLR, accepts Argus lenses. Dual track construction; magnification and exposure increase scales for 58-and 105-mm lenses engraved on tracks. Price to be announced. Dist., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
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CAMCRAFT HOUSING
$125
A beam-splitter conversion of the Leitz Visoflex II, lla, or III, it replaces mirror and its mechanism with beam-splitting prism to eliminate vibration, moving parts, and mirror blackout. Prism simultaneously transmits half of the light to groundglass and half to film. There is no change in image quality, color rendition, framing accuracy. Visoflex is furnished by customer; conversion price, $125. Mfr., Camcraft, Madison, Wis.
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COPAL LARGE-FORMAT SHUTTER
This No. 3 Copal shutter, an addition to the Copal line distributed by Burleigh Brooks Inc., is intended for professional users. It has shutter speeds from 1 to 1/125 sec. plus B&T, has a preview lever to open blades for focusing, 45-mm inner diameter which is adequate space for mounting large lenses. A red warning signal tells if shutter has been cocked. Flash synchronization is of the X variety. Lens installations can be made by purchaser’s repair or optical shop. Price on request. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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MINOLTA ADAPTER
$7.95
A new metal adapter ring lets Minolta SR-1 and SR-7 SLR camera owners use Praktica mount lenses from minimum focusing distance to infinity. Price, $7.95. Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
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MULTI-KILAR
$300
First reported on in April News-front, this is a continuously variable focal length booster mounted between camera and lens increasing focal length of camera lens up to four times. Manufacturer claims no loss of definition, no light fall-off in corners. Designed to accept Kilar lenses; adapters for a few other lenses will be available later. Price, under $300. Dist., Kling Photo Corp., New York, N.Y.
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NIKON RIGHT ANGLE FINDER
$21
A new accessory, designed for use with the Nikkorex F, which attaches to the back of the finder eyepiece. Permits waist-level focusing and viewing, and provides right-side-up images, reversed left to right with normal horizontal or vertical camera use. Unit rotates to permit obtaining these and other eyepiece positions. Price, $21. Dist., Nikon, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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PRONTOR PRESS LONG-EXPOSURE SHUTTER
Time exposure up to 32 seconds is the special capability of this new Prontor shutter. It does this without the need for a special cable release (there is such a cable release made by Prontor which allows up to 32-sec exposure with ordinary shutters) or special attachments. This eliminates the need to keep eyes glued to your watch. There are two cable release sockets. One cable release is used to make the actual exposure, the other is used to open the shutter for focusing. Price on request. Dist., Geiss-America, Chicago, III.
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ROLLEI FOCUSING AID
$6.95
Rolleiclear focusing screen with built-in rangefinder wedge, announced at photokina, now available in U. S. for all Rolléis except 4×4 and Rolleimagic II. Incorporating 5-mm diameter wedge rangefinder in center of screen, it can be owner-installed on any Rollei with removable hood. Rollei service shop installation on older models. Price of owner-installed screen, $6.95. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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TIFFEN ACCESSORIES
$2.25
Tiffen now has convenient filters and close-up lenses to fit Kodak Instamatic cameras. The 28.5-mm slip-on mounts fit the Kodak 100 Instamatic camera. The 25.5-mm size fits the Kodak Instamatic 300 and 400 cameras. Filter supplied is the familiar skylight (1A) type used to prevent excess bluishness in color slides, can be left on lens at all times for protection. Price, $2.25. Dist., Tiffen Marketing Corp., Roslyn, N.Y.
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AUTO-NIKKOR TELEOPTIC LENS SYSTEM
Four telephotos in this system use same focusing mount, with helical focusing and automatic diaphragm. The four Tele-Nikkors are: 400-mm f/4.5; 600-mm f/5.6; 800-mm f/8; and 1,200-mm f/11. Each lens is optically complete, rotates for camera positioning, takes same 122-mm screw-in filters, comes with built-in sliding lens hood. Prices not available. Availability: very limited, about Sept. Dist., Nikon Inc., New York, N.Y.
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AUTO-NIKKOR f/4 UV
A special purpose Auto-Nikkor designed for photography by ultraviolet light. Permits shooting from infinity to ½ reproduction ratio. Other features: provision for focusing by visible light, then resetting marking for UV deviation; fully automatic diaphragm compensates for aperture with close-ups. To be available in very limited quantities. Price not available now. Dist., Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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AUTO-NIKKOR f/1.8
$199.50
This is the first 85-mm Nikkor lens for Nikon F and Nikkorex F cameras. Features compact size, six elements, focusing to 3½ ft, and full diaphragm automation. Couples to Photomic and Nikon exposure meters. Has click-stop apertures from f/1.8-f/22. Price, $199.50. Limited availability starting about May. Dist., Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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AUTO-NIKKOR f/4.5
$279.50
This is a new lightweight, five-element, fully automatic telephoto for Nikon F and Nikkorex F cameras. Focuses to 13 ft; couples to Photomic and Nikon exposure meter; weighs under 2¼ lb; and has click stops from f/4.5-f/22. With built-in sliding lens hood, $279.50. Dist., Nikon, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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AUTO ROKKOR f/3.5
$160
This is the latest addition to the line of Rokkor lenses for Minolta SR 35-mm SLR’s. The new fully automatic wide-angle lens features seven-element construction, a 75-degree angle of coverage, focusing to l¼ ft and depth-of-field previewing. Under $160, with leather case. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
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EXAKTA LENSES
$129.50
A 35-mm Flektogon f/2.8 focuses to 4 in., automatically adjusts diaphragm to compensate for extra exposure needed in close-ups. A 135-mm Sonnar f/4 focuses to 3.3 ft with close-up compensation in diaphragm. A 180-mm Sonnar f/2.8 is now available with auto diaphragm. Rear tube removes for direct fit on Praktisix. Automation maintained. Prices, 35-mm, $129.50; 135-mm, $99.50; 180-mm, $249.50. Dist., Exakta Camera Co., Bronxvilie, N.Y.
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KALIMAR LENSES
$99.50
On view in the Kalimar lens line: these three new preset lenses for use with T-mount adapters and SLR 35’s: The 100→200-mm seven-element f/5.6 zoom, with closest focusing distance of 10 ft, $99.50. The 35-mm, five-element f/2.8, with 63-degree angle of view, and focus to 3 ft, $49.95. The 135-mm, four-element, f/2.8 telephoto that focuses to 6 ft, $59.95. All three come with case and lens shade. Kalimar T-Mount lens adapters for Canonflex, Exakta, Konica FS, Minolta SR’s, Miranda, Petriflex, and Praktica are $5.95 each. Dist., Kalimar, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
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TELE-ELMARIT f/2.8
$192
True telephoto construction makes this lens shorter by about 1 in. than regular 90-mm Elmarit f/2.8, and about 10-mm longer than 50-mm Summilux f/1.4. A negative rear-element group provides a shorter back focus. Supplied in rangefinder coupling mount that fits Leica M-2 and M-3 cameras. Designed for hikers, tourists, journalists, etc., seeking a compact medium-long lens. Price, $192. Dist., E. Leitz Inc., New York, N.Y.
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NOFLEXAR MACROWIDE ANGLE
$99.50
The 35-mm f/3.5 Noflexar lens has two focusing ranges. The normal focusing ring lets you make pictures from infinity to 16 inches. By pulling on the lens mount the optics can be extended to permit working as close as 2¾ inches. There are four click-stop positions in the extended range. The lens is of four-element construction, has preset diaphragm, and built-in lens shade. It is available in two mountings, one for Exakta, Exa, and Topcon cameras, the other for Pentax, Praktica, Edixa, Contax D, and similarly threaded lens mounts. Price, either model, $99.50. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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TAKUMAR f/11
$159.50
Provides viewing angle of 100 degrees for Pentax; prism and mirror function normally and image is seen on groundglass. Four-element lens of fixed focus has maximum aperture of f/11 and Waterhouse stops for f/16, f/22, and f/32. Barrel distortion is incorporated into lens design. Shown at the 1963 photokina as a “fisheye,” lens is available in limited quantity. Price, $159.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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P&B VIVITAR
$70
Lenses are of true compact-telephoto construction. Feature preset diaphragms, interchangeable “I” adapters for Pentax, Praktica, Nikon F, Canon Reflex, Minolta SR, Miranda, Yashica Pentamatic, Konica FS, Petriflex VX7, Mamiya Prismat WP, and Argus SLR cameras. Furnished in 200-, 300-, 400-mm f/5.6, 135-mm f/2.8, 135-mm f/3.5. Prices: $70 and 50, respectively. Adapters, $6 each. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
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PENTAX CLOSE-UP
$11.50
Fits all lenses which accept 49-mm filters. Unit permits magnification factor of .32 with 55-mm Super-Takumar lens at 1.5 ft. Distributor claims, “Ground and polished with same infinite care used in production of all Takumar lenses...makes macrophotography with the Pentax crisper and more convenient.” Price, $11.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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ROKKOR ZOOM
$750
Minolta announced that the 160→500-mm Rokkor Zoom f/8, shown in prototype at last year's MPDFA, is now available. This 16-element, mechanically compensated zoom has full diaphragm automation, and fits any Minolta SR single-lens reflex. Other features: focus to 15 ft; depth-of-field preview button, and infrared focusing marker. Weight, 6½ lb. Under $750 with case, lens hood. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
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SCHNEIDER REPROCLARON
$115
Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J., informed the public at the MPDFA show that these lenses, previously announced, were now in stock. These lenses have been specially designed for an absolutely flat field at 1:1 reproduction. In addition to flat field, the lens is an apochromat. It’s available in eight focal lengths from 55to 210-mm in barrel and in shutter mounts. Can use rotary Waterhouse stops in lengths over 210mm. Prices, $115 to $615. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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SUPER-TAKUMAR
$99.50
Totally automatic 35-mm and 135-mm f/3.5 lenses for Pentax joined 28-, 55-, and 105-mm already available. Five-element 35-mm focuses to 18 in., stops to f/22; 63-degree angle of view. Five-element 135-mm focuses to 5 ft, stops to f/22; 18-degree angle of view. Both lenses accept 49-mm filter or shade, are finished in black. Price, 35-mm, $99.50; 135-mm, $149.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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TOPCON f/3.5
$275
This extra-wide-angle objective fits Beseler Topcon Super-D camera. It covers 82 degrees, has click-stop settings, a fully automatic diaphragm which couples to the behind-the-mirror photocell match-needle exposure automation of the Super-D camera. Focusing range is from infinity to 6½ in. Has rear bayonet mount for filters, and Series 9 ring for front-mounted filters. Price, $275. Dist., Chas. Beseler Co., East Orange, N.J.
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VOIGTLANDER SUPER DYNAREX
A 350-mm f/5.6 lens for Voigt-lander Bessamatic and Ultramatic SLR 35’s. Focuses to 90 ft; features automatic close-down diaphragm control. Availability: August. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
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ARGUS CDS
$29.95
Meter couples to shutter-speed dial of Argus SLR. Powered by mercury battery, unit has battery check and off-low-high switch. ASA range, 6-3,200; angle of acceptance of 43 degrees horizontal, 40 degrees vertical. Cell is filtered to improve spectral response. Meter is backed by Argus' one year, unconditional guarantee. Price, $29.95. Dist., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
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SEKONIC MARINE
$90
This underwater CdS-cell, reflected-light meter, with Teflon housing said to be effective down to a depth of 80 ft. Unit permits underwater settings of ASA 6-12,000 and shutter speeds of 1/2-1/2000 by external knob. Needle shows f-stops (f/1-f/45) directly. Acceptance angle: 21 degrees. About $90, with chain and battery-cover opening key. Available in early summer. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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SPECTRA ATTACHMENTS
$69.95
Spectra Photospot (illustrated) was announced but not shown at last year’s MPDFA. New unit, for Spectra Combi-500 meter only, provides 5-degree acceptance angle of reflected light; operates on meter's CdS cell; and has adjustable eyepiece. Price, $69.95. Also shown: Spectra Color Temperature Attachment (for both Spectra Combi-500 and Spectra Professional meters), works on red-blue light ratio, with two filters. Special chart lets user interpret readings in degrees Kelvin or correction filters required. Price, $39.95. Available about May. Both attachments replace meter's photosphere. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
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WATALUX X2
$7.95
This interesting AG-1 flashgun lets the user fire two AG-1 flashbulbs at the same time, or first one and then the other. Control switch is on back. Cord stores around gun, in groove; and when not in use, PC tip is plugged into gun case. Unit has flash foot. $7.95. Dist., Masel Supply Co., New York, N.Y.
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STROBONAR 65D
$99.50
Electronic flash, operating on a.c. or one 510-volt dry battery. Recycles in 2-4 sec, delivers 1,000-1,500 flashes per battery. Condenser and tube assembly in standard Strobonar housing mount on camera; battery in separate leather case. Kodachrome II guide no., 75; 1/500-sec flash duration time. Price, $99.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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AIREQUIPT SPRITE
$59.95
The introduction and success of the Kodak Instamatic line is responsible for this line of low-priced projectors. The Sprite series is aimed at new owners of these automatic cameras. Innovations in design: a new V-shaped slide positioning system, cut-off switch to eliminate the possibility of lamp blow-up, and use of rugged, molded plastics. Sprite 28 has 500-watt lamp, 4-in. lens and is semi-automatic. Suggested retail price, $59.95. Others in line are: Sprite 25, $49.95, and the 300-watt Sprite 20, $39.95. All are blower-cooled, use standard Airequipt magazines and the Airequipt Show Stretcher that allows two magazines to be piggybacked for one showing. Weight, of each, 8½ lb; size, 10½ × 10 × 6½ in. Mfr., Airequipt Mfg. Co., New Rochelle, N.Y.
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BRAUN SLIDE PROJECTORS
$44.50
Four new Braun projectors are announced by Burleigh Brooks. These include: Braun Combiscope, which is a combination slide viewer or projector, depending on the way it is set up (see illustrations 1 & 2) It’s the lowest priced item in the Braun projector line here, at $44.50. It handles 2×2 transparencies, uses a 25-watt, 12-volt lamp, has manual changer. The Braun D-40 is a fully automatic model, has one-hand remote-control changing and focusing, folding tray track for compact storage, manual operation, 300-or 500-watt lamp, illuminated slide-previewing panel, 85-mm lens and 30or 50-slide capacity. Price, $200. The model D-21 has remote control or operation via push-buttons at projector, 85-mm f/2.8 Schneider lens, and 12-volt 100-watt lamp, claimed to give light on the screen with this machine the equivalent of some 500-watt jobs. There’s also provision for coupling a tape recorder. Price, $180. The Braun D-10 has a 150-watt lamp, 85-mm f/2.8 lens, fan cooling, and is compact enough to fit a briefcase. Price, $79.50. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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ELMO CS PROJECTOR
$59.50
Manually operated, compact 35-mm slide projector features 75-mm, f/2.5 lens. The 150-watt lamp and integral blower operate on household current. Elmo CS can be used on tripod or its leveling base. Price, $59.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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GRAFLEX MESSENGER PROJECTOR
$179.50
A compact filmstrip projector and record-player combination that is mounted in an attache case has provision to advance the filmstrip with subsonic beep on narration record. Pause-button stops record for comment and study of film. Takes up to 12-in. records at 16, 33⅓, 45, 78 rpm. Price, $179.50. Owners of Compact projector can order unit without it. Dist., Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N.Y.
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GRAFSONIC CORDLESS REMOTE CONTROL
$39.95
This two-piece remote control unit has a receiver attached to slide projector; hand-held activator beams high-frequency sound signal to receiving control unit. Unit will control Kodak Carousel, Cavalcade, and Supermatic; Argus 560, 570, and 572; Sawyer Rotomatic 600 and 700; Airequipt Superba 77 and 77a; Anscomatic; Revere 435; and Graflex Compact and School Master projectors. Price, $39.95. Dist., Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N.Y.
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HEIDOSMAT f/2.8 LENSES
$32.50
A projection lens for Rollei projectors gives large image with 12×l7-mm transparencies. Price of lens and condenser unit, $32.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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652 AUTO/SHARP PROJECTOR
$229.59
Once your first slide is focused for sharpness, all others in the magazine will be kept sharp by the electro-optical solid-state servo mechanism in this projector. What’s it like to watch an Auto/Sharp show? Each new slide appearing on the screen eases its way into sharp focus in less than 2 sec. The sensing device then follows the face of the slide as it pops and therefore there is no change in sharpness on the screen regardless of how long the image stays on. Test slide will be sold with projector for focusing. Basically the unit is like the Honeywell 650 in physical appearance and features: magnetic-action slide changer, 5-in. lens, and 500-watt lamp. Price: $229.59. More on the servo: it is aimed at a spot between the center of the slide and edge. This “eye” looks at slide at all times. It reads and then adjusts for physical position in relation to the first slide focused. When asked about the possibility of using such a mechanism in an automatic-focusing still camera, a Honeywell spokesman remarked, “It opens up a lot of possibilities.” Mfr,: Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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KALIMAR SA 300
$49.95
This is a compact, semi-automatic, blower-cooled slide projector that takes standard trays, and has a 4-in., f/2.8 lens. Price, $49.95. Dist., Kalimar, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
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LEITZ PRADIX PROJECTOR
$69
Small lightweight projector by Leitz has 8¼-4¼-5¼-in. dimensions, 3 lb, 2½ oz weight. Also has 150-watt lamp, convection cooling, knurled wheel, and foot at rear for elevation control and manual shuttle carrier. Higher light output than might be expected with a low-wattage bulb is claimed, due to efficient condenser system, large lens opening. Three lenses are supplied: 100-mm f/2.8 Elmaron, 85-mm f/2.8 Elmaron, and 50-mm f/2.8 Elmar. The last named is for use in wide-screen projection, in cramped quarters, or for showing half-frame transparencies. Prices are $69, $66, and $84 respectively. Dist., E. Leitz Inc., New York, N.Y.
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LEITZ PRADOLUX LENSES
$112.50
The Leitz Pradolux Projector is now also available with choice of three new lenses. These are a 50-mm f/2.8, suitable for wide-screen, small room or half-frame projection, a 100-mm f/2.8 for normal work, and a 150-mm f/3.2 for use in large rooms to prevent too large an image on the screen. Price of the projector with the 50-mm f/2.8 is $112.50, with 100-mm f/2.8, $97.50, and with 150-mm f/3.2, $114.50. Lenses available separately as accessories; prices on request. Dist., E. Leitz Inc., New York, N.Y
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MINOLTA FILM STRIP ATTACHMENT
$9.95
The improved Minolta Film Strip Attachment for Minolta Mini 35 projectors now has a swivel back to permit either vertical or horizontal filmstrip projection. It accepts a 36-exposure roll of full-frame 35, or a 72-exposure roll of half-frame 35. Frame aperture is 18×24-mm. Film is advanced by lever action. Price, $9.95. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
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ROLLEI CONTINUOUS-PROJECTION ATTACHMENT
$159.50
Rollei Honeywell Automatic Projector is now equipped to make use of a continuous projection attachment that repeats slide shows indefinitely. Projection time for each slide may be set from 5 to 60 sec. Lamp is on only when slide is in position. Unit includes tape coupling for sound synch. Earlier units accept attachment with service center modification. Price, $159.50. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Prods., Denver, Colo.
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SAWYERS VIEWMASTER DE LUXE
$39.50
A new lens now comes with Sawyers Viewmaster De Luxe—a 300-watt, semi-automatic, blower-cooled, compact slide projector for Viewmaster reels. This is a 2¼-in. f/3 Anastigmat, said to provide improved image quality. Price, with lens, $39.50. Dist., Sawyers, Inc., Portland, Ore.
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ANSCO PANADEX ENLARGING PAPER
$11.40
Paper has a panchromatic sensitivity, produces black-and-white prints from color negatives. High speed permits short exposure through integrally masked color negatives. Steep gradation of paper designed to work with lower constrast of these negatives. Paper features warm image tone, wide processing latitude. Available in glossy or silk stock. Price, 100 8×10 SWG, $11.40. Dist., Ansco, Binghamton, N.Y.
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ANSCO VIVIPAN SHEET FILM
$3.55
Film is coated on Plestar base which cuts washing and drying times, is dimensionally stable, and has improved strength characteristics. Emulsion and back incorporate matting which accepts pencil retouching without dope. A soft-gradation film designed primarily for portrait and illustration work, but can be developed to variety of contrasts. ASA 125/5° Price, 25 4×5 sheets, $3.55. Dist., Ansco, Binghamton, N.Y.
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ANSCO VIVATONER
$7.20
This is a combination selenium and sulfide toner that produces a wide variety of warm tones at different dilutions. At a dilution of 1:3 Vivatoner produces red-brown tones. At a dilution of 1:60 the same toner produces a gold-brown tone. Toner is odorless, a unique feature for this type of solution. Price, 1 gal., $7.20; 1 qt., $2.50. Dist., Ansco, Binghamton, N.Y.
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FR FLOW THROUGH THERMOMETER
$4.95
Aimed at use with FR Thermo Control tray specifically but this unit can be used with any rubber hose connection. We suggest that those working with the Kodak Model 11 color print processor give this unit a look. Could serve as extra check on water flowing through the line. Price, $4.95. Dist., FR Corp., Bronx, N.Y.
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ILFORD ILFOPRINT PROCESSOR
$280
A stabilization processor that produces a print on exposed paper in 10 sec. Two-bath system —activator solution and stabilizer bath. Developer is built into the printing paper. Moving rollers carry paper through cycle and send it out of machine as a “damp” print. For archival quality use standard fixer, otherwise prints yellow in one to three years. The 9½-in. unit is $280; 20-in. unit, $460. Papers available for contact and projection work in hard, extra hard, and normal contrast, single-weight, double-weight. Sizes: from 4×5 to 24×36 and in rolls. Price, activator, 1 qt., $1.95; stabilizer, 1 qt., $2.50. Dist., llford, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
LUMINOS PHOTOGRAPHIC LINEN
Emulsion coated onto actual cloth. High speed makes it suitable for making large-size murals as well as for any application where a durable and unusual finish is desired. The tone of Luminos Photographic linen is a neutral jet black. Any conventional paper developer may be used. Sizes from 5×7 to 20×20, and in rolls. Prices on request. Dist., Luminos Photo Corp., Yonkers, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
PLYMOUTH TEC DEVELOPER
$2.45
Plymouth TEC-a thin-emulsion, compensating developer—is now available in powder form for quantity users. The photographer dissolves Part A in ½ gal. water, and Part B in an equal amount of water. For use: one Part of A solution and one part of solution B are mixed in 14 parts of water —used once and discarded. Price of parts A and B in powder form, $2.45. Dist., Plymouth Products Co., Inc., Chicago, III.
Mfr., Ansco
ROLOR DRUM PROCESSORS
$3,495
These big brothers to Kodak’s Model 16 and trend-setting Model 11 rapid Ektacolor print processors, feature drums large enough to accommodate 30×40 Ektacolor paper. Automatic Drum Processor Model PD-34 has temperature control, delivers 48-oz chemical load and rinse automatically. In model D34, solutions are introduced manually. Price, PD34, $3,495; D34, $2,895. Dist., Rolor, Syosset, L.I., N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
TESTRITE POLE ENLARGER
$25.95
This model has an f/6.3 lens with fixed aperture, lightweight aluminum post, a focusing bellows, aluminum lamp house, and even illumination by means of diffusion. Takes negatives up to and including 35-mm, 126 and 127. Is intended as inexpensive machine for use by beginners. Is easily portable, can be stored in small space. Price, $25.95. Dist., Testrite Instrument Co., Newark, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
3M BRAND MODEL 81
$150
Here is push-button printing. Once the negative is placed on this machine, press a button, wait 4 to 10 sec depending on exposure selected), and a finished print rolls out of the top. It uses Type 793 metal-based printing paper. Utilizing an electrostatic process, the unit can produce up to 200 prints an hour. To fix prints permanently the Model 73 Tonal Finisher machine is used ($150). The Enlarger-Developer ($829) uses one solution which is housed on left side, can be replaced easily and quickly. Paper is available in 8and 8½-in. wide 250-ft rolls ($28.46 and $30.23 for four-roll packs). Takes negatives from 35-mm to 2¼×2¼ (4×5 unit also available on order) and enlarges prints to 5×7½-in. and 7½×7½-in. All work can be done under normal room light. Two lenses: 3.4X and 5.7X blow-ups. Mfr., Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co., St. Paul, Minn.
Mfr., Ansco
TIME-O-LITE FOOT SWITCH
$9.75
Model FS-M Mechanical Foot Switch consists essentially of a heavy-duty, 6-ft cable release, with foot switch on one end, and fitting for Time-O-Lite M59 timer (or other Time-O-Lite model with mechanical push-button. To attach the screw-in cable release fitting, user must first remove hex nut around push-button. Price, $9.75. Dist., Time-O-Lite, Div. of Industrial Timer Corp., Parsippany, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
DAVIS and SANFORD COMPAC-TRIPOD
$58.95
Weighs 6 lb, 32 in. telescoped, extends to 67 in. Detachable center screws permit quick changes of cameras. Aluminum box-tubing construction with nickel-plated brass hardware. Head tilts in all directions, rotates 360 degrees. Adjustable foot clamps conform to floor angle. Legs are cross-braced to center post which rises 20 in. Price, $58.95. Dist., Davis and Sanford, New Rochelle, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
FOBA TRIPOD
$199
Two push-buttons control all the motions on this heavy-duty tripod aimed at the large-size camera market. While holding the back legs, thumbs can be used to drop or raise legs and then lock them into position. Easy, fast operation for a king-sized unit like this. For added steadiness, center struts can be locked into position. Weight: 15 lb. Price, $199. Dist., FR Corp., Bronx, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
FOTOCHROME HALF-FRAME MAILERS
$2
These provide complete processing and half-frame mounting service for 20and 36-exposure cartridges of Kodachrome II. Kodacolor-X service includes 2X prints. If fewer than 40 printable negatives, credit slip provided is applied to next order. Price of 20-exposure Kodachrome mailer, $1; 36-exposure Kodachrome mailer, $2; Kodacolor mailer, $3.50. Dist., Fotochrome Inc., L.l. City, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
G M 35
$69.95
35-mm single-lens reflex with pentaprism, featuring horizontal split-image rangefinder surrounded by Fresnel field. Quick-return mirror is combined with guillotine shutter, offering single 1/125 sec speed plus B. Lens is a 45-mm f/2.8 with automatic diaphragm, set in Exakta-type mount; company plans to bring out lens combined with electric eye. Other features: single-stroke lever film wind, PC flash contact, cable release socket. Price, $69.95, case, $9.95. Dist., G-M Photo Electronics, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn.
Mfr., Ansco
HORSEMAN 970
$549
Normally makes pictures 2-AMP;AMP;#X00BC;-AMP;AMP;#X00D7;-3-AMP;AMP;#X00BC; on roll film, sheet film, film packs. Special back also adapts it to make 4×5 pictures on sheet and pack materials. Standard lenses are 105-mm f/3.5, 65-mm f/5.6, 180-mm f/5.6. Also Super lenses, 105-mm f/4.5, 65-mm f/7, and 150-mm f/5.6. All couple to camera's built-in rangefinder via changeable cams. Coupling works for 2-AMP;AMP;#X00BC;-AMP;AMP;#X00D7;3-AMP;AMP;#X00BC; or 4×5. Finder has automatic parallax compensation, frame lines for various lenses. Other features include use of lenses as short as 47-mm, front that extends, rises, swings, tilts back, and drops; back swings, tilts. Price, with 105-mm f/3.5 lens, $549. Dist., Harrison Marketing Corp., Westbury, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
KOWA SE SLR
$130
The new model in the Kowa 35-mm SLR line is the SE. It features: CdS cell (ASA 10 to 1,600), 50-mm f/1.9 lens, shutter speeds from 1 to 1/500 sec, and MX synch. The semi-automatic exposure control is coupled to an aperture ring. Price, in $130 range. Dist., Prominar International Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
NIKON M-35
$49.50
This is a camera body only intended for construction of special photographic equipment by the user. It has no shutter but does have a dark slide, automatic film transport, film chambers for standard 20or 36-exposure magazines, hinged back, exposure counter, and Leica-type thread mount for attaching lenses or other apparatus. Suggested uses include attachment to microscope for photomicrography, to telescope for astronomical work. Price, $49.50. Dist., EPOI International Ltd., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
CAMBO
$285
New model has separate individual controls for horizontal slide and pivots instead of single lever of previous models. Pivot for swinging lens board is mounted forward of board in order to bring lens nodal point closer to pivot, for less image shift on groundglass. Rear pivot brings film plane in line with pivot also. Other features of new model include offset tripod block for easier, better camera balance, three extra spirit levels. Available in 4×5, 4×7 and 8×10 models, numerous accessories. Prices from $285 to $535. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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CAMCRAFT BELT CLIP
$12.50
Stainless steel, silver-brazed belt clip for Leica M cameras is attached to camera body at tripod socket. Notch against strap lug completes two-point suspension that holds clip securely to camera. Clip is of sufficient size to hold camera to belt even when photographer runs, jumps, or sits. Camera does not swing as on strap; quick access maintained. Price. $12.50. Dist., Camcraft. Madison, Wis.
Mfr., Ansco
CAMCRAFT MOTOR
$298.50
Camcraft N-5 motor drive mechanism for the Leica M-2, M-l, or MP now features one-stage micro-switch triggering. New remote control devices have also been announced. Price, motor less battery pack, $298.50; modification and fitting to camera, $25; battery packs, $16.50 to $79.50; 10-ft remote cord, $ 10.50; 25-ft, $12.50; remote tripping device, $18. Dist., Camcraft, Madison, Wis.
Mfr., Ansco
MINOLTA PANORAMA HEAD
$19.95
A new Panorama head, designed for Minolta SR-1 and SR-7 cameras, turns in 360-degree circle at marked intervals of 12 degrees. Also features click-stop intervals at 24 degrees; built-in spirit level, and chart showing sectional pictures required when using Rokkor 35-, 55-, 58-, 100-, and 135-mm lenses, as well as amount of overlap between sections. Price, $19.95. Dist., Minolta Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
MIRANDA FOCUSING AIDS
$12.95
Groundglass screen with clear center spot, groundglass with clear spot and hairline bisection, groundglass completely bisected, and clear glass completely bisected are now offered as focusing-screen replacements for Miranda camera. Price with service shop installation, $12.95. Dist., Allied Impex Corp., New York. N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
ROWI GUNSTOCK
$17.95
Light weight and sturdiness are features of this new gunstock. with adjustable tripod socket platform that can be moved back and forth or circularly around the main shaft. Has two tightening knobs. Comes with non-locking cable release shown, but will accept others. Price, $17.95. Dist., Masel Supply Co., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
SOLIGOR 2X TELE CONVERTER
$19.95
Unit fits T system lenses, increasing focal length by factor of 2 and reducing lens speed by two stops. Replaces previous 1.85× converter. Price, $19.95. Dist., Allied Impex, New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
ULTIMA PHOTO ACCESSORIES
$5.95
A new line of photo accessories packaged for self-service display racks is being offered by the Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries Inc. The line includes: pocket flash, $5.95; P.C. coil cord, $2.95; flash bracket, $3.50; slide viewer, $7.95; pocket viewer, $1; changing bag, $4.95; blower brush, $1; pen brush, $1; grip with release $3.95; wrist strap, $1.50; neck chain, $3.95; air release, $4.95; cable release, metal, $1.95; and self-timer, $2.95. Dist., EPOI International Ltd., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
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COLIGON
$69.50
Also seen at the show, these new Coligon T-mount lenses for SLR 35’s: 135-mm four-element f/2.8 telephoto, with push-button semi-automatic diaphragm control and focus down to 8 ft. $69.50; 500-mm f/8, long-focus lens with click stops, focusing down to 32 ft, $109.50. Dist., Aetna Optix, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
KALIGAR AUXILIARY SET
$57.50
The new Kaligar Auxiliary Lens Set contains wide-angle and tele conversion lenses for the Polaroid Land Automatic 100 camera. Each unit has a slip-on mount with locking screw device. The telephoto provides a 1.7 linear increase. An auxiliary viewfinder in a special bracket fits over the camera’s viewfinder-rangefinder assembly. Price, $57.50 with fitted leather case. Dist., Kalimar, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
Mfr., Ansco
KALIMAR X PANDER
$22.95
This is a Barlow lens that is placed between the camera and prime lens, and nearly doubles the effective focal length. The unit is designed for use with a T-mount lens adapter. Use of the X Pander calls for a two-stop exposure increase. Price, $22.95. Dist., Kalimar, Inc. St. Louis, Mo.
Mfr., Ansco
KOMURA
Two new preset lenses in Bronica mounts were the 135-mm Komura f/2.3 and the 300-mm Komura f/5. On exhibit also (for 4×5 and mounting in standard lens board): the 75-mm Super-W-Komura f/6.3 in Seikosha SLV shutter with speeds of 1-1/500 plus B; and the 152-mm Komura f/2.8 in Copal No. 3 shutter with speeds of 1-1/125 sec plus B and T. No prices available. Dist., EPOI International Ltd., New York. N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
P&B VIVITAR CLOSE-UP SETS
$7.95
Quality optical glass, coated, close-up lenses in screw-thread metal mounts to fit most cameras. Each set consists of three lenses, one each +1, +2, and +3 in slip-in type leather case. Lenses may be screwed into each other to combine for strengths up to +6. Require no exposure increase. Prices: 27-mm, $7.95; 35.5and 40.5-mm, $8.95; 43-and 46-mm, $10.95; 49-mm, $12.95; 52-mm, $13.95; 55-mm, $14.95; 58-mm, $16.95; Series 5, $8.95; Series 6, $10.95, Series 7, $12.95. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
Mfr., Ansco
SCHACHT-M-TRAVENAR
$79.95
A 50-mm f/2.8 macro lens. This has a focusing range of infinity to 1:1 (life-size) magnification. No accessory extension tubes or bellows needed; lens itself has enough extension for this. Has preset diaphragm, stops down to f/22. Recessed four-element lens head may be removed for use on bellows. Focusing mount may be used then as variable extension tube for other lenses in same mount. Color-coded scales give magnification, exposure factors. For Exakta, Pentax, and similar cameras. Price, $79.95. Dist., Agof-Schacht, New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
SOLIGOR
$349.50
T-system lenses include 800-mm f/8 with preset diaphragm; three-degree coverage, focus to 45 ft. Lens breaks into two components for carrying ease; accepts 37½-mm filter at rear of lens. 600-mm f/8 also with preset diaphragm covers four degrees, accepts series VI filters at rear of lens. Both long lenses stop down to f/32. 28-mm f/2.8 with preset diaphragm focuses to approximately 10 in., stops to f/16. 35-mm f/3.5 with preset diaphragm focuses to 3 ft, stops to f/22. 105-mm f/2.8, a true telephoto, with preset diaphragm focuses to 3½ ft stops to f/22. Price, 800-mm, $349.50; 600-mm, $249.50; 28-mm, $99.95; 35-mm, $44.95; 105-mm, $69.95. Dist., Allied Impex Corp., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
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SEKONIC 138
$14.95
This clip-on CdS exposure meter can be switched for either high or low light readings. It is said to take in a 21-degree angle, and sets for film speeds 6-12,000. A battery check is built in. Price, $14.95. Dist., Sekonic Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
YASHICA YEM-45
$23
A CdS incidentand reflected-light meter. For hand-held use mainly, but can be attached to shoe of camera. ASA range from 3 to 6400, EV numbers from 0 to 16. Angle of acceptance: 30 degrees. Price, less than $23. Dist., Yashica, Inc., Woodside, N.Y
Mfr., Ansco
BESELER 57MVT ENLARGER
$750
For negatives 5×7 and smaller. It is a diffusion enlarger; this system minimizes retouching in professional negatives. Novel feature is built-in automatic vignetting device. This allows repeating same vignette pattern exactly, time after time. Vignettes may be from black to white and shades in between. Visually controllable, to preview effect. Also has built-in blower, motorized raising and lowering of lamp house, adjustable baseboard positions. Price, $750. Dist., Charles Beseler Co., East Orange, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
COLIGAR ENLARGING LENSES
$11.50
One new Coligar enlarging lens comes in Leica-threaded mount or C mount—the 25-mm f/2.8, for $11.50. Five others, available in Leica-threaded mounts only, are: 50-mm f/3.5, $11.50; 70-mm f/3.5, $12.95; 90-mm f/4.5, $14.95; 105-mm f/4.5, $16.50; and 135-mm f/4.5, $23.50. Dist., Aetna Optix, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
Baseboard
Durst Laborator S-45 Special and Laborator L-138S enlargers continue to feature baseboard that raises and lowers on same column that carries enlarger assembly. Baseboard is now counterweighted to increase positioning ease when changing between convenient working height and extreme positions needed for large blow-ups or extreme reductions. Dist., Durst (USA) Inc., Long Island City, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
KINDERMANN TANK
$11.95
A new stainless steel, daylight-developing tank accepting four 35-mm reels, is the third Kindermann tank with polyvinyl top. This special top, which can be used interchangebly with other Kindermann tanks of the same diameter, also features a single vent plus internal light baffles, and is said to be “lock-tight,” leak-proof, and permit fast pouring and drain of solutions. Price, $11.95. EPOI International Ltd., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
KODAK RAPID PROCESSOR MODEL II
$200
Probably the most-talked-about unit at the show was the Model 11. Dozens of manufacturers in the darkroom field borrowed the unit for display with their own equipment. Without a doubt all felt this 7½-min. processor would send photographers back into darkroom by the score. It’s a four-solution drum machine for Ekta-color prints, weighing 16 lb, and priced at under $200. Temperature of unit must be kept at 100 F. Drum rotates 100 times per minute. Unit represents giant breakthrough in quality, home-color-print processing. Mfr., Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
NIKOR TRIMMER EDGE LIGHT
$12.75
New model for the 12-inch Nikor Safety Trimmer. Designed for whenever close, hairline trimming is desired. Illuminates the entire blade to make following ruled paper and guide lines easier. Helps also in cutting “bleeds,” cutting between frame lines of negatives and transparencies. May be installed by user. Operates on standard 110-volt, 60-cycle a.c. current. The small bulbs in the unit have a life expectancy of 500 hours, giving years of service before replacement is needed. Price, $12.75. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
SAUNDERS EASEL
This has four openings for making four 8×10 prints on one sheet of 16×20 paper. Can also be adjusted to make two 8×20-inch-long panels. One area at a time may be exposed with other areas being covered by light-tight lids. Suggested use: making several prints at a time on color paper, using different filters to determine final color balance desired. All-metal construction, olive-yellow focusing surface. Price, to be announced. Dist., The Saunders Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
BARNETT & JAFFE CASES
$13.45
Made of kiln-dried wood, covered in leatherette. New model KC-6 carries six circular Carousel trays in individual partitions, measures 17¾×ll×l0½ inches. Price, $13.45. Model CAR-80 case accommodates Carousel Projector with tray attached, has lift-off cover, outside dimensions, 13¼×-13½×8½. Price, $12.95. Model AGR-45 is deluxe case for 4×5 Graphic. Has adjustable partition, full lid compartment, felt-lined, outside dimensions: 17×9½× 12½. Price, $18.45. Dist., Prestige Industries, Elmer, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
DIAMOND CASES
$7.95
Model C182 is for Instamatic camera, two packages of film, two packages of AG-1 flashbulbs, two batteries, flashgun shield. Size is 6-AMP;AMP;#X00BD;-AMP;AMP;#X00D7;4-AMP;AMP;#X00BD;3-AMP;AMP;#X00BC;. Made of black Texon, red-suede lined. Price, with adjustable shoulder strap, $7.95. Model C184 is for Kodak Fun Saver Movie, Fiesta, Auto 27, Imperial Lark 27, Argus 127, and similar cameras. Of same construction as C182 case. Size is 7¾×5⅞×4⅛. Price, $5.95. C509-510 are Pak-All pro bags, brown or black, are 10×-7½×4½ and 11×8½×6 respectively. Prices, C509, $27.50, C510, $35. Dist., Louis Lefkowitz & Bro., Inc., New Brunswick, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
LUMIPAN 70-MM FILM
$7.70
Lumipan 70-mm film is now available in two emulsions. One has a clear base and comes in ASA 100 or 250 emulsions. The other film is Lumipan Panchromatic Matte in ASA 200 speed. This has toothy emulsion and matte base for retouching. Price of the clear-base film is $6.99 per 100 ft; matte base film is $7.70 per 100 ft. Both are unperforated for use with Beattie Portronic, Morley, Camerz and similar cameras. Dist., Luminos, Yonkers, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
NIKOR LOADING STAND
$70
Loading large 70-mm × 18-ft Nikor reels with a center hub is made easier with this stand. Film is first fed through a loading chute fitted with hard-rubber roller guides and then attached to reel hub. The film is then easily wound into position. The stand is mounted on a heavy metal baseboard, has rubber rest legs. May also be used to load 70-mm cartridge spools from a roll of bulk film. Hand crank assures even winding. Price, $70. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Engle-wood, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
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Place a negative on a holder and then view it as a positive on a television tube. Device resembles a small portable television set, may be conveniently used on a desk. If desired, positive transparencies may be shown as positive images too, enlarged onto a 14-in. screen. Useful for showing enlarged views of x-rays to patients, for photographers to check image content of negatives without expense of making prints. Price, $360. Dist., Graphic Electronics Inc., La Salle, Illinois.
Mfr., Ansco
ROWI CHEST POD
$9.95
Convenient pocketable device to help steady still camera, especially when shooting slow exposures. May also be used for steadier hand-held shots using small movie camera. It has a strap adjustable for user’s girth, center pole adjustable to user’s height, a tilt top to enable placing camera at various angle and a screw at bottom to attach unit to a tree or fence. Price, $9.95. Dist., Saul Bower Inc., New York, N.Y.
Mfr., Ansco
SMITH-VICTOR STUDIO LIGHTS
$16
Two compact lights utilize single and double filament Par 36 sealed-beam lamps. Par 36’s, with built-in reflectors, come in 34 and 50 K models with a variety of beam specifications. Both Smith-Victor housings have swivel mount, switch in handle, and 10-ft cord. Of metal construction, Model AP-1 accepts single-filament bulb, AP-2, double filament. Price, $16. Dist., Smith-Victor, Griffith, Ind.
Mfr., Ansco
SUSIS MODEL 200 TRIPOD
$47.25
Has polished steel triangular legs for durability, rigidity, light weight. The camera platform is 2½×2¾ in. to hold small or large cameras, can be adjusted to permit 360-degree tilting action. Head can also be mounted as shown for low-angle shots. The model 200 extends to 60 inches, collapses to 20½ inches. Weight is only 4 lb, 9 oz. Other features include center post for easy height adjustment, non-slip rubber tips on legs, accurate built-in spirit level. Price, $47.25. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
Mfr., Ansco
3M MODEL 55 INSTANT ENLARGER
In the April issue of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY, columnist Bill Sumits predicted that one day there would be coin-operated enlargers for daylight use in shopping centers. Well, here is the Model 55 Instant Enlarger. It will (for 25 cents) produce a print in less than 15 sec. It accepts negatives from 35-mm to 2¼×2¼ and gives you enlargements 7×7 or 5×7. Prices on request from the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co., St. Paul. Minn.
Bill Pierce
Cora Wright
Norman Rothschild
Here is our report on the 40th Master Photo Dealers’ and Finishers’ Association national convention and trade show held this year in Chicago. Cora Wright, Bill Pierce, John Durniak, Norman Rothschild, Lee Drukker, Ed Hirsch, and Bruce Downes have teamed up for this comprehensive coverage.
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The new Leitz Three Filter Turret is a unique and useful addition to the incomparably versatile Leica system. It’s the only unit we’ve seen that holds optical glass filters in back of long lenses while facilitating rapid filter changing.
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It's been a long time, much too long for me, since I first took pictures with the Olympus Pen F at photokina early in 1963. At that time, and based only on preliminary tests made with a pre-production model, I thought that this little camera would have a great potential.
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ENGLISH MINER. This striking color portrait was made by Freson while on assignment for the London Sunday Times. Later it appeared as a cover on Realites magazine. The camera used was a Nikon F equipped with a 200-mm f/2 Nikkor lens. The picture was shot on Kodachrome II rated at ASA 25.
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CAMERAS
AGFA MOVEX REFLEX POWER ZOOM
AGFA MOVEXOOM
ARGUS M44
BAUER 88 RS
BELL & HOWELL 315PZ AUTOLOAD
BOLEX H-8 REX ELECTRIC EYE
BOLEX S-l
BOLEX K-2
BOLEX P-3
CARENA ZOOMEX S
CARENASCOP
CROWN AUTO ZOOM 201
CROWN SUPER-ZOOM
EUMIG C6
EUMIG S2
EUMIG S3
HONEYWELL ELMO POCKETAUTO ZOOM 83
KEYSTONE K-420
KEYSTONE K-430
KEYSTONE K-774L AMERICANA
KEYSTONE K-825 LOAD-A-MATIC
KEYSTONE K-865
KODAK ELECTRIC 8 ZOOM REFLEX
KODAK ESCORT 8
KODAK ESCORT 8 ZOOM
KONICA ZOOM IIS
MANSFIELD 1026
MEOPTA ADMIRA A1 ELECTRIC
NIKKOREX 8F
NIZO ELECTRIC
OLYMPUS PEN 8 EE
PATHE PROFESSIONAL REFLEX 16
RICOH ZOOMPHONIC
SANKYO AUTO 4X
SEKONIC DUALMATIC ZOOM
VERNON 18/28 ZOOM
YASHICA 8-ES
YASHICAMAT ZOOM
ZEISS MOVIFLEX SUPER
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
LIGHTS
EDITORS
ARGUS 707
HPI CINEMAGE
KALIMAR EDITOR
MURAY EDIRAY
P&B DELUXE
P&B 16-MM
SAMIGON
VERNON 101
VERNON 808
SPLICERS
PROJECTORS
ARGUS SHOWMASTER 462
CARENA SOUND 8
SHOW QUOTE
DEJUR PT-55
EUMIG P8-NOVO PHONOMATIC
EUMIG P8-NOVO AUTOMATIC
EUMIG P8-E ZOOM
EUMIG P8-E
FAIRCHILD CINEPHONIC MARK IV
GRAFLEX 16
HONEYWELL ELMO DM-16
HONEYWELL ELMO FP8
HPI SONOMUTE
KEYSTONE K-204
KEYSTONE K-207
KEYSTONE K-970Z
KEYSTONE K-980S
MEOPTA Am 8
OLYMPUS AUTO SCOPE CUSTOM
RICHMOND AURORA II
SANKYO LOAD-MATIC
PROJECTION ACCESSORIES
HOME MOVIE RELEASES
Agfa Inc.
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Agfa Inc.
AGFA MOVEX REFLEX POWER ZOOM
$580
Camera looks like the Movex Reflex “8” test-reported in the April issue, but pull out and turn the manual zoom control, and it power-zooms instead on two mercury cells. Otherwise identical to the manual zoom model, it has interchangeable 7.5→37.5-mm f/1.8 zoom, manual and automatic exposure control for film speeds 10-1000, 25-ft spring run, reflex finder with focusing screen, 8-48-fps speeds, back wind, rolland cassette-loading. New accessory is an 8×30-mm Tele-Centon monocular which replaces the zoom optics, acting as a 100-mm tele, focusing to 10 ft. Camera with monocular, 13-mm f/1.8 lens as well as zoom, two filters, three cassettes, trigger grip, wrist strap, is $580; monocular alone is $48. Dist., Agfa Inc., Rockleigh, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
AGFA MOVEXOOM
$179.95
Reflex zoom carries a 9→ 30-mm Schneider-Variogon f/1.8 lens, focusing to 4 ft. Reflex finder is aerial, shows f-stop and warns against under-, overexposure. CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-100, permits manual exposure control. Camera runs on five AA cells. Camera is $179.95; trigger grip, $13.95; 0.75x wide-angle adapter for 6.5→ 22-mm zoom range, $48; case with camera, grip, three filters, lens shade, wide-angle adapter, wrist strap, $285. Dist., Afga Inc., Rockleigh, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
ARGUS M44
$150
Basically, this is the Argus M4 with instant slow motion, 32 fps, added. The specs: runs on four AA cells; fixed-focus 10→ 27-mm f/1.9 power zoom; coupled finder; CdS eye for 10-250 film speeds, automatically adjusts for 32 fps, permits manual control. Type A filter and battery check are built in. Price, under $150: 30-ft remote control, less than $10. Mfr., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
BAUER 88 RS
$380
This deluxe version of the 88 R (see Test Report, May issue) has a 8→ 48-mm Schneider Variogon f/1.8 zoom lens. In other respects, it is identical: it has power zoom, an aerial reflex finder with cross hairs for visual lens focusing and f-stop indicator; a CdS eye that measures light through the lens, instant 64-fps slow motion; and automatic film loading onto the take-up reel. Price, less than $380. Dist., Allied Impex Corp., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
BELL & HOWELL 315PZ AUTOLOAD
$150
This “8” has been well designed for hand operation, with swing-out grip, ingenious zoom handle, and release on top deck. It takes rolls pre-loaded by the user in cassettes, has 15-ft spring drive, time-to-wind indicator. Lens is a 9→ 29-mm f/1.8, focusing to 3 ft; finder is aerial reflex. Selenium eye sets for film speeds 10-40. Type A, haze filters are built in. Less than $150. Mfr., Bell & Howell, Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
BOLEX H-8 REX ELECTRIC EYE
$710
The Vario-Switar 85EE now has a small 8-mm brother, the 36EE, for use with the Bolex H-8 Rex. Press a button on the zoom lever and the 8→ 36-mm zoom opens up wide to f/1.9 for focusing at maximum aperture; press a little farther, and the lens closes down to the aperture selected by the CdS eye, and the camera starts. The eye’s f-stop range can be limited by the user, and completely manual exposure control is also possible, F-stop setting is indicated by a needle which also warns against underexposure. Eye sets for film speeds 10-400, fps, and variable shutter position. Battery check is built in. With camera, price is $710; lens alone, $375. Dist., Paillard Inc., Linden, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
BOLEX S-l
$250
Announced as Bolex’s medium-priced electric eye zoom camera, the S-l has a 9→ 30-mm Schneider-Variogon f/1.8 lens; it focuses to less than 4 ft. The aerial reflex finder shows f-setting, warns against under-, overexposure. The CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-400. Usual Bolex features include variable shutter, film rewind, spring drive. Speeds are 12, 18, 40 fps plus single-frame. Price, $250. Dist., Paillard Inc., Linden, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
BOLEX K-2
$490
The K-2 may look like Bolex’s K-l, but there are a few important distinctions. The K-2’s eye measures the light through the 8→ 36-mm Kern Vario Switar f/1.9 lens. Also, it power-zooms, virtually silently, on two mercury cells; the control buttons are on the top deck. Features in common with the K-l include provision for limiting the CdS eye’s aperture range; groundglass reflex finder with visible outside field, tinted yellow; 12-, 18-, 40-fps speeds plus single-frame; variable shutter; film rewind. Price, $490. Dist., Paillard Inc., Linden, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
BOLEX P-3
$360
Introducing: a new “coincident image” focusing system, without prismatic screen, groundglass, or split-image lines. The 8→ 40-mm f/1.9 Pan Cinor lens power-zooms on mercury batteries. More familiar features include through-lens light readings, with needle in finder, 12-64-fps speeds, variable shutter, film rewind. Price, $360. Dist., Paillard Inc., Linden, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
CARENA ZOOMEX S
$429.50
Top entry in the Carena line, this “8” combines the new 6.5→ 52-mm Angenieux f/1.8 zoom—an 8:1 zoom ratio—with a CdS eye that reads through the lens. Finder offers both reflex viewing and focusing. Familiar features include the characteristic slim body with twist-to-wind trigger grip, speeds to 32 fps. Price, $429.50. Dist., Bogen Photo Corp., Yonkers, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
CARENASCOP
$359.50
Frame format of this slim ”8” is variable; shift a lever, and you can crop to a 2½:1 wide format, or make a complete vertical wipe. Or you can couple the framing device to the lens, and zoom wide-angle to a panoramic format. Reflex finder outlines the 2½:1 frame. Guide loads film automatically onto take-up reel. Familiar features: 7½→ 35-mm f/1.8 Angenieux zoom, spring drive in trigger grip, 12-32 fps, 10-400 ASA CdS eye. Price, $359.50. Dist., Bogen Photo Corp., Yonkers, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
CROWN AUTO ZOOM 201
$147.95
Electric drive "8" runs at 12, 16, 24 fps on four AA cells, comes complete with remote control cable nestling in grip. Power-zoom lens is a 9.5→ 30-mm f/1.8; it focuses to 5 ft. Reflex finder is aerial. CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-320, permits manual exposure control. Price, with grip, cable release for single-frame shots, is $147.95. Dist., Hornstein Photo Sales, Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
CROWN SUPER-ZOOM
$64.97
Spring-driven “8” has 7.5→ 30-mm f/1.8 zoom lens, focusing to 5 ft. Reflex finder is aerial, warns against underexposure. Runs at 12, 16, 24, 32 fps. CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-320, permits manual exposure control. Footage counter uses gauge on take-up reel. Price, with grip, $64.97. Dist., Hornstein Photo Sales, Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG C6
$169.95
Electric drive “8” with recessed fixed-focus 8→ 25-mm f/1.8 zoom lens and aerial reflex finder. Selenium eye sets for film speeds 8-250, works full-time, but permits adjustment both up and down three f-stops. Camera runs 16 and 32 fps, on five penlight cells, permits remote control. It is also possible to start a tape recorder with remote control input at same time as camera by means of a cable connection. Camera is $169.95; clip-on power-zoom grip, $18.95. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG S2
$79.95
Electric drive "8” runs on four AA cells, has a fixed-focus 12.5-mm f/1.8 lens. The permanently coupled selenium eye sets for film speeds 10-160; a needle inside the finder warns against under-, overexposure. Camera can start tape recorder with remote control automatically, using cable connection. Clip-on grip, 0.5X wide-angle, and 2X tele converters are optional. Camera is $79.95. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG S3
$109.95
Basically similar to the S2 above, this 8-mm camera has a fixed-focus 9→ 18-mm f/1.8 zoom lens; a frame inside the finder shifts to show the proper view, and there is a yellow signal when the lens reaches its extreme tele position. With optional clip-on grip, lens can be power-zoomed. Price of camera, $109.95, of power-zoom grip, $15.95. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
HONEYWELL ELMO POCKETAUTO ZOOM 83
$159.50
Slim and compact “8” combines 11→ 33-mm f/1.8 zoom with aerial reflex finder. It runs at 16 and 24 fps plus single-frame, on four AA cells; with aid of four additional cells in optional grip, lens can be power-zoomed. The CdS eye sets for film speeds 5-400. Flag in finder shows when camera is empty. Minimum focusing distance, 4 ft. Type A filter, battery check are built in. Camera, $159.50; with grip, $184.45; 6→ 18-mm wide-angle converter, $24.95; remote control is also optional. Dist., Honeywell Photographic Products, Denver, Colo.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-420
$116
Slim electric drive “8” has an 8½→ 26-mm f/1.8 zoom lens and an aerial reflex finder. Exposure is automatic only; CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-320. Battery check is built in: remote control is optional. Price, under $116. Dist., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-430
$149.95
Slim “8” runs on four penlight cells, offers 32-fps instant slow motion. Lens is a focusing 9→ 30-mm f/1.8 zoom; reflex finder is aerial. CdS eye sets for film speeds 5-400; there is an under-exposure indicator in finder. Type A filter is built in. Price, $149.95. Dist., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-774L AMERICANA
$113
One of Keystone’s new line of self-loading cameras, it has a fixed-focus 9→ 27-mm f/1.8 zoom with lever zoom control, coupled zoom finder, selenium eye for film speeds 10-40, fully automatic exposure only; 10-ft spring run, Type A filter built in. Price, under $113. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-825 LOAD-A-MATIC
$140
Reflex “8” has CdS eye that measures light through the lens; it can be set for film speeds 10-40. Exposure can also be adjusted manually. Film is loaded automatically onto take-up reel. Film run uses spring drive. Lens is a fixed-focus 9→ 27-mm f/1.8 power zoom. Type A filter is built in. Price, under $140. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-865
$216
Keystone’s top 8-mm power-zoom reflex, its big features are automatic film loading onto the take-up reel, 32-fps instant slow motion, a CdS eye that measures through the lens and stops the camera if there is not enough light. Exposure can also be controlled manually. Camera runs on five AA cells. The f/1.8 lens focuses to 6 ft; finder is aerial. Type A filter is built in. Price, under $216. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KODAK ELECTRIC 8 ZOOM REFLEX
$295
Kodak's familiar electric-drive body stars the most advanced of 8-mm zoom lenses: the 6.5→ 52-mm Angenieux f/1.8, and a CdS eye that measures light through the lens. Lens can be focused visually through a reticuled reflex finder; its minimum setting is 2½ ft. Camera runs on four AA cells, and has a 16-fps speed plus single-frame. Exposure can be set manually; finder has an f-stop indicator that doubles as battery check. Type A filter is built in. (Camera was reviewed in the May issue.) Price, with hand and neck strap and pistol grip, is $295. Mfr., Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
KODAK ESCORT 8
$55
Spring-wind "8" carries a fixed-focus f/1.6 lens and optical finder with underexposure indicator. Full-time electric eye sets for film speeds 10-40. Type A filter is built in. Price is less than $55. Mfr., Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
KODAK ESCORT 8 ZOOM
$100
This camera is similar to the Escort 8 above, but has a 9→ 27-mm f/1.6 zoom lens, focusing down to 6 ft. Lens is coupled to finder. Price, less than $100. Mfr., Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
KONICA ZOOM IIS
$129.95
Looks like the original well-known Konica-Zoom, the first 8-mm camera actually manufactured with built-in zoom lens, but has a new optical system for brighter reflex viewing at small lens openings. It runs on four AA cells at 16, 24, 32 fps, plus 48 fps with booster, offers lap dissolves, back wind, frame counter. Semi-automatic exposure control works with film speeds 10-160. With 12→ 32-mm f/2 zoom lens, price is $129.95. Optional equipment includes 6→ 18-mm wide-angle adapter, $39.95; 18→ 50-mm tele adapter, $69.95; anamorphic optics, $129.95; remote control, $12.95. Dist., Scopus-Konica Div., of Berkey Photo, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
MANSFIELD 1026
$24.95
It looks like the 1025, but this slim “8” carries a 10→ 20-mm fixed-focus zoom f/1.8; finder is masked automatically according to its setting. Camera runs on two AA cells, CdS eye sets for 10-400 film speeds, permits manual control. Camera is under $80; zoom converter for 1025 is $24.95. Dist., Mansfield Holiday Div., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
MEOPTA ADMIRA A1 ELECTRIC
$235
This electric-drive 16-mm camera is back with a C-mount twin turret. It runs on a rechargeable nickel-cadmium battery in trigger grip, with provision for remote control. Speeds are 8, 16, 24, 32 fps plus single-frame. Film can be rewound. Finder has 40-mm lens frame outline, may be adapted for fields of various lenses. It also has light that indicates when battery needs charging. Price, body only, is $235, with 20-mm f/1.8 lens, $290; other lenses, extra battery grips available. Dist., E. Fischel, Jr., Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
NIKKOREX 8F
$89.50
Something new has been added to the slim, compact Nikkorex: an aerial reflex instead of the foldout finder; plus an optional fixed-focus slide-zooming 0.8-2x (8→| 20-mm) zoom converter, to fit over the recessed 10-mm f/1.8 lens. Camera runs on two AA cells, has CdS eye for 5-250-speed films, permits manual adjustment. Price, $89.50; zoom converter, $29.50. Dist., Nikon, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
NIZO ELECTRIC
$300
Announced but not shown was this electric drive "8” described as operating on rechargeable battery concealed in swivel handle. Other features given were: 9→ 30-mm f/1.8 zoom, reflex finder, CdS eye for film speeds 10-400, 16-fps run plus single-frame. Price, with battery charger and checker, cable release, is expected to be around $300. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
OLYMPUS PEN 8 EE
$130
Slim and lightweight, this electric drive “8” can be carried in one’s pocket. Lens is a fixed-focus 13-mm f/1.8, accepting a screw-in 9→ 27-mm f/1.8 zoom, focusing to 4 ft. Reflex finder is aerial, shows f-setting. CdS eye sets for film speeds 5-400, permits manual control. Footage counter is geared, self-setting. Camera runs on four AA cells, with provision for remote control. Price, with zoom, is under $130; without zoom, under $100; zoom lens separately, under $40. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
PATHE PROFESSIONAL REFLEX 16
$529
Flickerless reflex viewing and focusing, 0-180-degree variable shutter, 8-80-fps speeds, film rewind are some of the attractions of this 16-mm camera. It loads with 100-ft rolls, but also accepts 400-ft magazines on top. Its trilens turret accepts standard C-mount lenses. Lever-wound spring drive is said to have 23½-ft film-run capacity. With 25-mm Som Berthiot Cinar f/1.4 lens, price is $529. Dist., Pathe Products, Inc., Providence, R.l.
Agfa Inc.
RICOH ZOOMPHONIC
$179.95
Electric drive “8” starts a 10→ 30-mm f/1.8 lens with electric two-speed power zoom, reflex finder with split-image range-finder, and f-stop indicator. It focuses down to 3½ ft. Electric eye sets for film speeds 12-400; exposure can also be controlled manually. Camera runs at 16, 24 fps, can control start and stop of any tape recorder with electric remote control. Price, with trigger grip, $179.95. Dist., Ricoh Industries, USA, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
SANKYO AUTO 4X
$169.50
Slim and compact zoom-reflex “8” combines a 7.5→ 30-mm f/1.7 power-zoom lens, reflex finder with split-image range-finder, and electric drive with speeds of 12, 16, 24 fps plus single-frame by cable release. It runs on four AA cells in a plastic cassette hidden inside the swing-out grip. The CdS eye works with film speeds 10-250, also permits manual exposure adjustment. Minimum focusing distance is 4 ft. Optional are 6→ 24-mm wide-angle and 13→ 52-mm tele adapters. Type A filter is built in. Price, including remote control, $169.50. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
Agfa Inc.
SEKONIC DUALMATIC ZOOM
$115
Flip-over body eliminates need to switch reels at mid-run of film. This 8-mm camera has a zone-focusing 11.5→ 25-mm f/1.8 zoom lens, coupled zoom finder, CdS eye for film speeds 10-320 with provision for manual exposure control; f-stop and insufficient light indicators are in finder. Spring drive uses ratchet-wind knob, has 12-, 16-, 24-fps speeds plus single-frame. Price with grip, less than $115. Dist., Sekonic Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
VERNON 18/28 ZOOM
$89.95
Reflex “8” carries fixed-focus 12→ 30-mm f/1.8 zoom lens. It runs, single-speed, on four AA cells. CdS eye sets for film speeds 10-320; reflex finder warns against underexposure. Battery test is built in. Camera has self-contained grip. Price, with remote control cable, $89.95. Dist., Hornstein Photo Sales, Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
YASHICA 8-ES
$49.95
Simple compact has a fixed-focus 13-mm f/1.8 lens, runs on four penlight cells. The full-time selenium eye sets for film speeds 10-40; a needle inside the finder warns against under-, overexposure. Price, $49.95. Dist., Yashica, Inc., Woodside, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
YASHICAMAT ZOOM
$119.95
Compact “8” features 9→ 27-mm f/1.8 zoom lens, focusing down to 3½ ft, reflex finder with focusing grid, electric drive operating on four AA cells. CdS eye works with film speeds 10-320, provides for filter factors and backlight compensation. Type A filter, battery check are built in. Automatically resetting geared footage counter is visible in finder. Price, $119.95. Dist., Yashica, Inc., Woodside, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
ZEISS MOVIFLEX SUPER
$660
This hefty “8” does things electronically instead of mechanically “for greater reliability,” according to the designer. It uses three separate motors for film drive, power zoom, and electric eye for 12-800 film speeds; everything runs on two C cells at 16 fps, plus three C cells in grip for 48 fps. Main shaft is accessible, accepting planned screw-in governors for extra speeds, stroboscope, and various potential sound systems. Lens is a 7.5→ 30-mm f/1.9 zoom. Reflex finder has flip-in split-image range-finder, and light bulb that warns against incorrect exposure and flashes at end of film. Remote control starts, stops camera, permits manual or automatic exposure control, power-zooming, and has same light system as finder. Camera. $660; remote, $54. Dist., Carl Zeiss, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
ARGUS 707
$40
Movie editing kit consists of 8-mm action editor placed on editing tray with six compartments for film ends, utility compartment, dry splicer, assorted movie titles. Editor itself has a 4×3-in. screen, frame notcher, focusing control, 400-ft rewinds. Price, less than $40. Mfr., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
HPI CINEMAGE
$34.95
Horizontally styled 8-mm action editor takes up to 400-ft reels on swing-out reel arms with quick-release retainers. For splicing, film needn’t be removed from gate. Groundglass is approximately 3-in. wide. Lamp is 30-watt line current; a pilot light shows when it is turned on. Editor has built-in frame notcher, framing and focusing controls. Price is $34.95. Mfr., Hudson Photographic Industries, Inc., Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
KALIMAR EDITOR
$39.95
Tiny 8-mm editor takes up to 400-ft reels on swing-out arms, shows film on screen approximately 2×2½-in. Controls include frame notcher, framer, focusing. Light source is a 6-volt, 10-watt lamp; on-off switch is on line cord. Rewind is geared. Price, $39.95. Dist., Kalimar Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
Agfa Inc.
MURAY EDIRAY
$29.95
This 8-mm action editor takes up to 400-ft reels, has both its rewind and take-up geared. Screen size is 3⅞ × 2⅝ in., lamp is 6-volt, 11-watt. On-off push-button is luminous. Editor has an inching knob, focusing adjustment, built-in measuring rule. Price is $29.95. Dist., Pathe Products, Inc., Providence, R.l.
Agfa Inc.
P&B DELUXE
$34.50
This 8-mm editor takes up to 400-ft reels, on fold-out arms, has focusing and framing controls, and a frame marker. Comes complete with HPI butt-splicer, using tapes. Price, $34.50. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
Agfa Inc.
P&B 16-MM
$99.50
Rarity at the show: a new 16-mm editor, to be mounted on a board with user’s own rewinds. Big feature is an optional frame counter that attaches to it. Screen size is 4×3½-in. Editor has notching, framing, focusing controls. Lamp is 6-volt, 25-watt. Price of editor is $99.50, of frame counter, $69.50; together they are 159.50. Dist., Ponder & Best, Hollywood, Calif.
Agfa Inc.
SAMIGON
$39.95
Shown behind the scenes for dealers’ reactions, this compact 8-mm action editor uses a convex lens to magnify the film image on its groundglass screen. It handles up to 400 ft of film on fold-out reel arms. It has a frame marker, focusing and framing controls, and on-off switch on body; rewind is geared. Price, $39.95. Dist., Argraph Corp., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
VERNON 101
$24.95
8-mm action editor takes up to 400-ft reels on swing-out reel arms; rewind is geared. It has a frame notcher, inching knob, and framing adjustment. Price, with HPI splicer and tapes, is $24.95. Dist., Vernon Photographic Corp., Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
VERNON 808
$39.95
Action editor has 5×4-in. ground-glass screen. It takes up to 400-ft reels on swing-out arms; rewind is geared. It has a frame marker, framing and focusing adjustments. Price, including HPI splicer and tapes, is $39.95. Dist., Vernon Photographic Corp., Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
ARGUS SHOWMASTER 462
$109.95
Horizontally styled 8-mm projector handles up to 400-ft reels, threads and loads film automatically onto the take-up reel. A single shift lever sets it to forward, still, reverse, and rewind. A rheostat serves for varying the speed. Lamp is a line-current 150-watt DFA; lens a 14.5→ 25-mm f/1.5 zoom. A room-light socket is built-in. Price is $109.95. Mfr., Argus Inc., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
CARENA SOUND 8
$500
This 8-mm sound projector permits magnetic recording and playback, including sound-over-sound; it has an extra head for echo recording and monitoring. Image-sound separation is a standard 56 frames. It loads with standard 400-ft reels, threads film automatically through the gate, though not through the sound section. It and the Olympus Auto Scope Custom are the first 8-mm sound machines with this feature. Even more unusual, this Carena can be operated by remote control cord: forward, stop, reverse, and light on-off. Tilt, up and down to lower than horizontal, is motorized. Amplifier has two inputs, meter for recording level. Lamp is a 12-volt, 100-watt version of the familiar 8-volt, 50-watt type, with self-contained reflector. Voltage drops to three-fourths for still projection. At end of film, lamp goes off automatically, and a pilot light on top deck goes on, shines on ceiling. Price, less than $500. Dist., Bogen Photo Corp., Yonkers, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
DEJUR PT-55
$139.95
This 8-mm projector is similar to the DeJur PT-50, but has instant slow motion plus a rheostat; either way, it is “flickerless.” Also, it has a f/1.2 zoom instead of f/1.5 lens, and it is not necessary to hold the loop-former down while the film is being threaded and loaded automatically. Price is $139.95. Mfr., DeJur-Amsco Corp., Long Island City, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG P8-NOVO PHONOMATIC
$169.50
This is the first 8-mm movie projector to use the new 12-volt, 100-watt quartz-iodide lamp for constant color temperature and light, extra output and longer life. Film threads, loads reel-to-reel automatically. Other specs: variable-speed rheostat, room-light socket, runs on 110-220-volt a.c., 15→ 25-mm f/1.3 zoom; reverse, still projection; built-in tape coupler. Price, $169.50. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG P8-NOVO AUTOMATIC
$147.50
Projector looks like the P8-Novo Phonomatic above, and is similar to it, but lacks the tape synchronizer. Price is $147.50. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG P8-E ZOOM
$119.95
Automatic threading and loading 8-mm projector uses standard 12-volt, 100-watt lamp. In other respects, it is similar to the P8 Novo Automatic above, featuring 400-ft reel capacity, fully automatic threading and loading, variable-speed rheostat, reverse and still projection, room-light socket, 110-220-volt a.c. operation, 15→ 25-mm f/1.3 zoom lens. Price is $119.95. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
EUMIG P8-E
$99.95
This 8-mm projector is identical to the P8-E Zoom above, but comes with a 20-mm f/1.4 lens instead of the zoom. Price is $99.95. Dist., H. A. Bohm & Co., Chicago, III.
Agfa Inc.
FAIRCHILD CINEPHONIC MARK IV
$589
This 8-mm magnetic sound projector loads with a slip-in cartridge, approximately the size of a paperback book. Capacity is 30-minute black-and-white, 22-minute color. Film is shown on self-contained 8½×11-in. rear screen. Projection is continuous, with optional automatic shut-off. Unit has a built-in 5×7-in. speaker. Price is $589. It is also available as the Mark V, for wall projection without rear-projection screen, for $569. Mfr., Fairchild Industrial Products, Plainview, L.I., N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
GRAFLEX 16
$624
Latest version of the 800. this 16-mm optical sound projector is fully transistorized, carries two 4×5-in. speakers. Other features remain: 2,000-ft film capacity, lever for forming sound loop, 18-and 24-fps speeds; low-voltage lamp with built-in dichroic reflector. Price, $624. Mfr., Graflex, Inc., Rochester, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
HONEYWELL ELMO DM-16
$5,800
First xenon arc projector for 8-mm (as well as 16-mm) to reach the U.S., this machine is not exactly in the amateur class. It handles 2,000-ft reels, threads easily, plays (but does not record) both optical and magnetic sound with standard image-sound separation, runs at both 16, 24 fps, offers still projection and instant step and start. The xenon lamp housing is instantly interchangeable with standard 750-watt and 1,000-watt incandescent lamps. Xenon arc lamp requires three-phase 220-volt current, has 800-hour life expectancy. A clock keeps track of lamp-usage. Preamp is built-in; 12-watt amplifier with monitor speaker is separate. Weighing in at about 550 lb, the DM-16 sells for $5,800, including both incandescent and xenon lamp housings. Dist., Honeywell, Inc., Denver, Colo.
Agfa Inc.
HONEYWELL ELMO FP8
$295
Important design innovation of this 8-mm automatic threading-and-loading 8-mm projector is the freely floating film loop. Film follows a virtually straight line during loading; then, for projection, the loops are formed without the usual guiding channels, reducing points of contact with the film and accompanying dangers. Moreover, film can be removed in mid-run. Thus the machine is meant to eliminate the drawbacks of automatic threading. A pilot light indicates that projector is ready for loading. Machine can be focused, started, reversed, and stopped by remote control cord. Speed is variable. It handles up to 400 ft. Lamp is a 21.5-volt, 150-watt DCA. lens a 20-mm f/1.4. Projector adjusts for voltages from 100 to 240; a lever winds up the line cord internally. Price is $295; a sound coupler that speeds or slows the projector down to keep in step with tape is optional. Dist., Honeywell, Inc., Denver, Colo.
Agfa Inc.
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$195
Soundproof cabinet with rear-projection screen is designed to accept any Technicolor 8-mm cartridge projector with zoom lens set at 9.5-mm. It can be loaded from viewing position. It is intended for personal viewing by students in libraries and classrooms, where silence is essential. An on-off switch shuts it off when left unattended. Price, $195: with projector, $295. Mfr., Hudson Photographic Industries, Inc., Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-204
$166
Combines flickerless slow motion and variable speed by means of a rheostat control. The flickerless slow motion cuts speed to one-third. Machine takes up to 400 ft of film, threads and loads it automatically onto the take-up reel. A frame notcher is built in. Features include provision for optional remote control, forward, still, and reverse projection, room-light socket. Lamp is a 21.5-volt DEF, lens an f/1.5 zoom. Price is less than $166. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-207
$209
Big features are flickerless slow motion plus variable speed by means of a rheostat, and 8-ft remote control cord. This 8-mm projector takes up to 400-ft reels, threads and loads film automatically onto take-up reel. It runs forward, still, reverse, and turns off at the turn of a single knob. Lamp is a 21.5-volt DEF with dimmer switch, lens a 15→ 25-mm f/1.5 zoom. Price, $169.95. Same machine with built-in micro-switch that automatically turns projector lamp on, room light off during loading, plus rear-screen viewer and 10→ 25-mm f/1.2 lens is $209. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-970Z
$113
Upright 8-mm projector takes up to 400-ft reels, threads and loads film automatically onto take-up reel. Single control serves for forward, still, reverse, and rewind. Rheostat serves as speed control. Lamp is a 150-watt DCH, lens an f/1.5 zoom. Price is under $113. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
KEYSTONE K-980S
$150
Keystone’s new flickerless slow motion plus variable speed by means of a rheostat is the big combination of the K-980S. Other features are 400-ft reel capacity, fully automatic threading and loading onto the take-up reel, single knob for forward, reverse, still, and rewind. Lamp is a 150-watt DCH lens f/1.5 zoom. Price is under $150. Mfr., Keystone Camera Co., Inc., Boston, Mass.
Agfa Inc.
MEOPTA Am 8
This self-threading 8-mm projector, first encountered at the 1960 photokina, was shown, but there were still no plans for importing it. The carrying handle doubles as arm for the feed reel, handles up to 400 ft of film. Lamp is an 8-volt, 50-watt, lens a 20-mm f/1.5. Price, undetermined. Dist., E. Fischel, Jr., Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
OLYMPUS AUTO SCOPE CUSTOM
$400
Shown behind the scenes, this 8-mm projector comes with a removable magnetic sound base for striped film, but can also be used separately. Single-speed, it takes up to 400-ft reels, is self-threading. Amplifier base features magic eye recording-level indicator, monitoring output, 3×l0-in. speaker in case. Price is expected to be well under $400. Dist., Scopus, Inc., New York, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
RICHMOND AURORA II
$89.95
This 8-mm projector was shown in a new case of black wrinkle-finish die-cast aluminum plus a new control for still projection. Other features remain: variable speed with flickerless slow motion, by means of a five-bladed shutter, reverse, full automatic threading and loading onto the take-up reel, provision for removing film in mid-run, f/1.5 zoom lens. Price, $89.95. Mfr., Richmond Research Corp., Richmond Hill, N.Y.
Agfa Inc.
SANKYO LOAD-MATIC
$130
Stylish 8-mm projector takes up to 400-ft reels, threads film automatically. It has a push-button control panel for forward and reverse operation, lamp, and “off.” It also has a rheostat speed control and still switch, and 300-watt room-light socket. Projection lamp is 8-volt, 50-watt type in reflector envelope; lens is a helical-focusing 25-mm f/1.4. Price, $130. Dist., Burleigh Brooks Inc., Englewood, N.J.
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Burleigh Brooks Inc. (Englewood, N.J.) showed a 7×35 monocular that could be used as a 95-mm f/2.8 telephoto on the Sankyo 8-CM movie camera. Price with case will be about $75.... Saul Bower, Inc. (New York, N.Y.) introduced a shoulder-rest for holding a camera steady.
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METHODS & MATERIALS
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All quiet on sound front
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LEENDERT DRUKKER
We counted 33 new movie cameras at the 1964 Master Photo Dealers & Finishers Assn, show in Chicago; of these two were 16-mm, the rest 8-mm. But figures are deceptive, and we certainly saw no sign of much activity at the drawing boards, in fact, looking closely, there were at most eight new designs; the rest were just modifications of existing models.
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THE MUST DIMENSION: MOTION
MOVIE TIP
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ERNST WILDI
The film-maker works constantly with motion, but sometimes the result looks like a wrestling match with a slippery octopus, because motion is so difficult to handle. Yet control it we must, for motion is the essence of the motion picture, the dimension that brings it to life.
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NUCLEAR PRODUCTS CO.: staticmaster
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staticmaster
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IDEAS & SCRIPTS
THAT FIRST TIME
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DON STREIBIG
One reason we run out of script ideas is that we look at the world with tired eyes. We don't see things as they first appeared to us when we were either a child, a stranger, or a novice. What would happen, for instance, if you used your camera to record impressions of your neighborhood through the eyes of a visiting foreign delegation?
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BASS CAMERA CO.: SPOT-O-MATIC
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SPOT-O-MATIC
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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OLDEN CAMERA CO.
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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WALL ST. CAMERA EXCH.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY INDEX OF ADVERTISERS—JUNE 1964
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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That’s a good QUESTION !!
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That’s a good QUESTION !!
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Can 2¼×2¼ color transparencies be produced from 2¼ Kodacolor negatives? Two processors have told me no.—F. A. Schmidt, San Antonio, Tex. answer: Excellent color slides can be made from color negatives in this size. Any Kodak processing lab can help you, or a large photofinisher or custom lab.
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View Master Products: SAWYER'S
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SAWYER'S
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: KODACHROME II
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KODACHROME II
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