Issue: 19650101

Friday, January 1, 1965
January
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Friday, December 26, 2014

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0001.xml
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ULTRABLITZ
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ULTRABLITZ
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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2
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0003.xml
masthead
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2,4
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0004.xml
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3
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Nikon Inc.
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Nikon Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0005.xml
article
4
4,6
LETTERS
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LETTERS
Avoiding mirror bounce
Owl Creek Bridge
What’s an ackee?
Sane automation
Upside-down Queens
George Hunt editorial
No AG-1’s in G.B.
B&w reversal processing
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In his list of methods to avoid mirror bounce, Bill Pierce (in Are you losing quality as you shoot?, September) has left out a method that I find very useful. When using the self-timer on my camera (Agfaflex), the mirror is released when the release button is pressed, while the shutter operates several seconds later, giving the camera time to settle.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0006.xml
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4
4
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SEKONIC: Sekonic L-98
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SEKONIC
Sekonic L-98
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0007.xml
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5
5
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Edixa-Mat BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
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Edixa-Mat BURLEIGH BROOKS, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0008.xml
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6
6
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0009.xml
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7
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PATHE
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PATHE
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0010.xml
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8
8,9
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.: KONICA AUTO-S
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KONICA CAMERA CORP.
KONICA AUTO-S
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0011.xml
article
10
10,12,32,36
COLOR CLINIC
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COLOR CLINIC
RECIPROCITY FAILURE: A CHARACTERISTIC
When the rule doesn’t hold
Dependable in normalcy
When exposures are long or short
Fill-in for interiors
Lighting for action
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DAVID B. EISENDRATH
Back in October of 1961. I wrote a piece for POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY that has become somewhat of a classic, for it was the first time anyone ever published, in a popular magazine, corrective data for reciprocity failure for almost all Kodak and Ansco films.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0012.xml
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10
10
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TIFFEN OPTICAL CO.
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TIFFEN OPTICAL CO.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0013.xml
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11
11
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NIKON INC.
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NIKON INC.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0014.xml
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12
12
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MIRANDETTE
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MIRANDETTE
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0015.xml
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13
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BESELER TOPCON
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BESELER TOPCON
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0016.xml
article
14
14,16,159
ON THE GO LES BARRY
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ON THE GO LES BARRY
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I always get a special kick on discovering, as I travel, some extra facility or service that has been devised to make vacation photography more pleasant or convenient. It's particularly pleasing when the special effort has been directed toward the casual amateur photographer, because most amateurs do a substantial portion of their picture-taking while on vacation, and anything that contributes to the success of their vacation pictures should help to upgrade and, in the long run, sophisticate their photography.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0017.xml
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14
14
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Honeywell Photographic Products
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Honeywell Photographic Products
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0018.xml
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15
15
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Pan American World Airways
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Pan American World Airways
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0019.xml
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16
16
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ZEISS IKON
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ZEISS IKON
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0020.xml
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17
17
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DA-LITESCREEN CO., INC.
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DA-LITESCREEN CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0021.xml
article
18
18
PHOTO TIPS
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PHOTO TIPS
SHORT CUTS TO BETTER PICTURES
Dog collar replaces camera case handle
Lens cap reminder for non-reflex cameras
Make print tongs from discarded bamboo or cane
Mount transparencies with deep-freeze-bag sealer
Heat pad keeps developer temperature constant
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When the handle on your press or movie camera case or pro bag is worn and in danger of breaking off, replace it with a matching leather dog collar. If the buckle is kept on top, it will not cause any discomfort to the hands. The collar lasts for quite a while, and can be easily replaced when it too becomes worn.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0022.xml
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18
18
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Allied Impex Corp.
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Allied Impex Corp.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0023.xml
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19
19
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Advertisements
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
HELIOTRON/CC SUPRA
KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
HELIOTRON/CC SPECIAL
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0024.xml
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20
20,21
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Advertisements
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Canon Camera Company
Bell & Howell
Canon Camera Company
Canon FX
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0025.xml
article
22
22,24,28
BRUCE DOWNES ON BEING PHOTOGRAPHED BY PHILIPPE HALSMAN
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BRUCE DOWNES ON BEING PHOTOGRAPHED BY PHILIPPE HALSMAN
Character is summarized
Visual soundings
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I waited 20 years to be photographed by my friend Philippe Halsman and learned when the sitting finally took place that all through those years of waiting he had wanted to photograph me but was restrained from doing so by a kind of half-conscious reluctance to photograph a critic.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0026.xml
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23
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MIRANDA
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MIRANDA
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0027.xml
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24
24
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Advertisements
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KAYWOODIE
Centennial Bulldog Shape
KAYWOODIE
Flame Grain Apple Shape
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0028.xml
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25
25
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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EXAKTA CAMERA COMPANY
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0029.xml
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26
26,27
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ANSCO
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ANSCO
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0030.xml
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28
28,29
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0031.xml
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30
30,31
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OLYMPUS CORPORATION OF AMERICA: Olympus Pen-F
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OLYMPUS CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Olympus Pen-F
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0032.xml
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32
32
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Advertisements
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E. LEITZ, INC.
PRADOVIT FA 500
E. LEITZ, INC.
PRADOVIT N12
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0033.xml
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33
33
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Advertisement: Minolta SR-7
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Minolta SR-7
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0034.xml
article
34
34,38,40
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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SOUND TEST REPORT
OLYMPUS PENCORDER IN-524D
TECH DATA
UHER 8000S
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Fred Wilson
Art Zuckerman
Here is a small, solid, and compact battery-powered recorder with many of the features of a full-fledged model. Its quality is of a surprisingly professional level, making it a fine instrument for recording sound effects on location, interviewing, or just taking oral notes.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0035.xml
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34
34
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ZIFF-DAVIS SERVICE DIVISION
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ZIFF-DAVIS SERVICE DIVISION
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0036.xml
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35
35
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SYLVANIA
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SYLVANIA
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0037.xml
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36
36
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PHOTO RESEARCH corp.
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PHOTO RESEARCH corp.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0038.xml
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37
37
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Advertisements
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FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
FUJICA HALF 35
FUJI PHOTO OPTICAL PRODUCTS INC.
FUJICA AUTO-M 35
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0039.xml
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38
38
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0040.xml
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39
39
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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E. LEITZ, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0041.xml
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40
40
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Honeywell PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS: Strobonar 65C
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Honeywell PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS
Strobonar 65C
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0042.xml
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41
41
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MIRANDA
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MIRANDA
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0043.xml
review
42
42,44,46,48
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JUST OUT!
CAMERAS
CAMERA ACCESSORIES
LENSES
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
FILM AND PAPER
DARKROOM EQUIPMENT
BOOKLETS
MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS RECEIVED
Bell & Howell
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Bell & Howell
BELL & HOWELL/ CANON FX
$250
Bell & Howell
Automatically Hers
$69.50
Bell & Howell
MINOLTA SR-7
$285
Bell & Howell
MAMIYA AUTOLUX 35
$109.50
Bell & Howell
l.5X CONVERTER
$14.95
Bell & Howell
RAPID-VANCE
$50
Bell & Howell
ZOOM FINDER
$109.50
Bell & Howell
Soligor 3x Tele Converter
$29.95
Bell & Howell
200-mm AUTO-NIKKOR f/4 lens
Bell & Howell
50-mm S-PLANAR f/4
$259
Bell & Howell
AETNA TRIX LENS SET
$39.50
Bell & Howell
800-mm TELE-AMITAR f/8
$195
Bell & Howell
SYNC LITE SUPER
$7.95
Bell & Howell
ULTRABLITZ transistorized electronic flash units
$34.95
Bell & Howell
Kodak Film Packs
Bell & Howell
ALLURA
Bell & Howell
SELECTIVE CONTRAST PAPER
Bell & Howell
LUMINOS PORTRAIT papers
Bell & Howell
HEATER-VENTILATOR
$39.95
Bell & Howell
drying process
$6.50
Bell & Howell
RADIANT FOOT WARMER
$11.95
Bell & Howell
COLEMAN STABILIZED PROCESSOR
Bell & Howell
LENSES FOR THE HONEYWELL PENTAX
Bell & Howell
MINOLTA TECHNICAL BULLETINS
Bell & Howell
ROX COMBI Case Model E
$59.95
Bell & Howell
BOW-BRACED TRIPOD
$12.95
Bell & Howell
BELT POD
$5.95
Bell & Howell
CABIMAT TRAYS
$1.25
Bell & Howell
THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF WOMEN
$10
Bell & Howell
THE WARREN COURT
$10
Bell & Howell
THE NATURAL GEOGRAPHY OF PLANTS
$10
Bell & Howell
INDIAN OCEAN TREASURE
$3.50
Bell & Howell
SUMMERHILL: A LOVING WORLD
$6.95
Bell & Howell
THE SILENT MIAOW
$3.95
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BELL & HOWELL/ CANON FX is a compact. lightweight, fully automatic 35-mm SLR with a 50-mm f/1.8 lens, retailing for under $250 ($337.50 with a 50-mm f/1.2 lens). CdS meter covers a film range of 10-800 ASA, can be switched off when not in use.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0044.xml
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42
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Advertisement: BAUER
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BAUER
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0045.xml
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43
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SAWYER'S
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SAWYER'S
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0046.xml
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44
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0047.xml
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45
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0048.xml
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46
46
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Norelco
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Norelco
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0049.xml
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46
46
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E. LEITZ, Inc.
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E. LEITZ, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0050.xml
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47
47
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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KLING PHOTO CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0051.xml
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48
48
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PROMINAR INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
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PROMINAR INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0052.xml
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49
49
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0053.xml
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50
50
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0054.xml
article
1c
1c
SECTION 3
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1965 PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTORY AND BUYING GUIDE
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0055.xml
article
2c
2c,3c,4c,5c,6c,7c,8c,9c,10c,11c,12c,13c,14c,15c,16c,17c,18c,19c,20c,21c,22c,23c
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ROTHSCHILD’S LENS LISTING
LENS GUIDE for 35-mm and 2¼ cameras
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Today’s user of interchangeable lenses need not complain of a dearth. Before him lies a panoply of lenses that his forefathers would have sacrificed an arm to be able to work with. Gone are the days when an f/4.5 lens was considered “fast,” when an f/8 Rapid Rectilinear was a "common" piece of optical equipment.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0056.xml
article
23c
23c,24c,25c,26c
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WHAT LENS FOR WHAT CAMERA?
EXAKTA BAYONET MOUNT
MIRANDA LENS ADAPTERS
MIRANDA LENS MOUNTS
PENTAX/PRAKTICA THREAD MOUNT
PRAKTINA FX and IIA
NIKON F, NIKKOREX F, and RICOH SINGLEX
CANON FX and CANONFLEX RM
PETRI FLEX V and 7
BESELER TOPCON LENSES
LENS SYSTEMS
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EXA, EXAKTA, TOPCON, GM REFLEX, CARAFLEX and the Olden import MAMIYA PRISMAT have Exakta-type bayonet lens mounts. PRESET LENSES: Most preset, click-stop, and manual lenses with Exakta-type fitting can be used on the above named cameras with little or no trouble.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0057.xml
review
27c
27c,28c,29c,30c,31c,32c,33c,34c,35c,36c,37c,38c
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ENLARGERS
ACCURA
AGFA
ANSCO
BACO
BESELER
BOGEN
CINELARGER
DUPLIKIN
DURST
ECHO
ECLAIR
EDILOR
FOTOLARGER
GAMI
GRAFLEX
HANSA
JOHNSON
KALIMAR
LEITZ
LOTT
MAGNALUX
MEOPTA
MINOLTA
MINORI
MINOX
OCEAN
PAXOMAT
PAXOS
PAXOTA
PRIMOS
RONDO
ROWI
SIMMON
SOLAR
SPIRATONE
Accura, Ltd.
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P 35 Vertical; takes film sizes from subminiature to 35-mm; condenser illumination system; accepts No. 211 75-watt lamp; line voltage, 110; convection-cooled; 2-in. Accura f/4.5 lens, stopping down to f/16, with click stops; 12X enlargement on baseboard with normal lens; rack-and-pinion focusing; metal film carrier; film advance without removing roll; lamphousing tilts for bigger enlargement; built-in focusing filter; control switch on line cord; wooden storage case acts as baseboard; two-piece pole; unit converts for copying.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0058.xml
article
39c
39c,40c,41c,42c,43c,44c,45c,46c,47c,48c,49c,50c,51c,52c
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STILL & MOVIE FILMS BLACK & WHITE STILL FILMS
POLAROID BLACK-AND-WHITE FILMS
POLAROID POSITIVE COLOR FILMS
COLOR STILL FILMS
MOVIE FILMS
AVERAGE FILTER FACTORS FOR PANCHROMATIC FILMS
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0059.xml
review
52c
52c,53c,54c,55c,56c,57c,58c,59c,60c
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EXPOSURE METERS
ACCURA
ACTINO
ADDIPHOT
AGFA
ALPEX
ASCOR
BEWI
BOGEN
BOLEX
BOWER
FILTER CALCULATOR
FOTOMATIC
GENERAL ELECTRIC
GOSSEN
HONEYWELL PENTAX
HORVEX
IKOPHOT
IMPERIAL
KALIMAR
KINOX
KODAK
KONICA
KOPIL
LEITZ
MAMIYA
METRAPHOT
MIRANDA
POLAROID
S and M
SAVOY
SEKONIC
SHUTTERBUG
SPECTRA
SPIRATONE
SUNDICATOR
THOMAS
WESTON
YASHICA
COLOR TEMPERATURE METERS
GOSSEN
REBIKOFF
SPECTRA
Accura, Ltd.
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CDS Cadmium-sulfide-type for still and movie cameras; measures reflected light; calibrated in ASA speeds from 10 to 3,200; reads direct from f/1 to f/22. LVS or EVS settings from I to 20. exposure times from 30 sec to 1/2,000 sec; one-hand dial; zero adjustment; high-low sensitivity switch yielding a ratio of 125 to 1 on single button-type switch, (releasing button opens circuit insuring long battery life); mounts in case, on camera accessory shoe, or may be hand-held.
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0060.xml
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61c
61c,62c,63c,64c
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0061.xml
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64c
64c
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Advertisement
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0062.xml
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115
115
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0063.xml
article
116
116,117,118
NEWSFRONT
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LATEST REPORTS FROM THE PHOTO WORLD
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NEW YORK — When will Rapid System cameras hit U.S. market? May is the month and IPEX —The International Photographic Exposition—is place said to have been chosen as ideal for introduction of Rapid System into U.S. As a reliable industry source told POP PHOTO: "There will be simultaneous and massive introduction of Rapid System cameras and cartridges on May 1 at IPEX."
PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0064.xml
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116
116
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Honeywell Photographic Products
[no value]
Honeywell Photographic Products
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0065.xml
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118
118
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E. Leitz, Inc.
[no value]
E. Leitz, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0066.xml
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119
119
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Durst (USA) INC.
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Durst (USA) INC.
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EDITORIAL
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EDITORIAL
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JOHN DURNIAK
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller were to announce their forthcoming marriage in a small Connecticut town. It was to be a simple affair. But for photographers the wedding was a complicated battle of wits. On the day of the announcement dozens of cars, some high-powered, were packed with photographers and writers ready to ambush, follow, report on (or what have you) the couple.
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Next month:
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HALSMAN’S HALSMAN-A WOW! SCOTT HYDE: Alchemist with color MOVIE TREASURES IN 8-MM GREAT PICTURES BY W. EUGENE SMITH MOTHER-IN-LAW POSES A PICTURE GOOD PEOPLE-PICTURES—HOW? KEN HEYMAN TELLS YOU NORMAN ROTHSCHILD on Part II of the AGFA RAPID SYSTEM
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION: Ultrablitz
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ALLIED IMPEX CORPORATION
Ultrablitz
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0070.xml
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SIMMON OMEGA, Inc.
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SIMMON OMEGA, Inc.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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HEAT FILMS?
SILVER PRICES ARE RISING. FILM COSTS MAY SOON FOLLOW. WILL PHOTOGRAPHY TURN TO NONSILVER EMULSIONS LIKE THE HERE IS AN UPDATED REPORT FROM NEW ORLEANS BY CONTRIBUTING EDITOR BILL PIERCE.
Quick positives or negatives
Incredible toughness
Where do we go?
Two-color color?
How does Kalvar film work?
WHO IS KALVAR?
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About six years ago a revolutionary new film came on the market—one that could be developed simply by running a hot iron over it. This was Beseler Slide-O-Film, a Kalvar emulsion designed to produce rapid copies of color slides and transparency materials.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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DO YOU HAVE TELEPHOTO VISION?
Go out and use it
Is the blue in the lens?
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AL FRANCEKEVICH
If yon see a photographer carrying a camera with a long lens, wandering around the streets of New York City with a distant look in his eyes, try not to bump into him; it might be me. Lately I've become very intrigued with shooting with long lenses, and I've found it takes a very special kind of seeing.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF TRI-X
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RICHARD W. VESEY
Let's throw down the gauntlet and challenge all comers: If there’s a better film for general photographic work in black-and-white than Kodak's Tri-X. let the challengers arise. What film can claim the following? High speed Relatively fine grain High resolution Excellent gradation Variable contrast (yes, you've read it correctly) Extreme versatility in exposure and/or processing Thin, tough emulsion A new (though yet unpublicized) jam-and-scratch-proof cassette.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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THAT DUPLEX SUPER SAFELIGHT
—it’s like working outdoors!
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AL FRANCEKEVICH
The new Duplex Super is the first big development in safelights since their origin. To appreciate the new light, you should look first at conventional safelights and see what they are trying to do and how. Safelights up to now have come in many shapes and sizes —round, square, oblong, etc.—but they all work the same way.
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GENERAL INTEREST
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Focus on MARILYN SILVERSTONE
NOTES on the PICTURES
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LES BARRY
In February, 1959, Marilyn Silverstone went to India for four months. “Even that,” she says, “was going to be a long time for me, since I'd never stayed anywhere for longer than five or six weeks.” She wanted to remain “long enough” to become familiar with the country which, with its geographic position and its population of more than 440,000,000 (since gone up to 475,000,000), “was a kind of fulcrum, or balance, between east and west.”
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GENERAL INTEREST
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Colorado Photographic Art Center
DEDICATED TO THE PROMOTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY AS A FINE ART
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Lee Meyer
Denver, Colo., dynamic hub of the new West, is the focal point for an innovation in photographic organizations. The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has evolved from the basic idea that photography is and should be a vital part of our culture.
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EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS
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PRINTING PAPERS
80 days in the darkroom-David Vestal’s personal report on 106
CATEGORY A: EXCELLENT
CATEGORY B: GOOD
CATEGORY C: FAIR
CATEGORY D: PASSABLE
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When I decided to write about enlarging papers, I found I was ignorant about them, even though I knew what I wanted from a paper. The one way to learn was to get the papers and make prints. After 80 darkroom days and 879 prints, the end of my tests, while not near, is dimly in sight.
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TECH SECTION
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C is for Care with Cds
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CORA WRIGHT KENNEDY
Nobody talks much about one special aspect of CdS-cell meter care. Yet it's time to take a fresh look, since now a number of highly sensitive CdS meters let us range from moonlight and available darkness to bright sunlight. And in the ever-expanding realm of built-in CdS (cadmium-sulfide) meters, it's not unusual to find units that permit readings down to around sec at f/2 with ASA 400 film.
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TECH SECTION
TEST REPORTS
BELL & HOWELL/CANON FX
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Cora Wright Kennedy
Here’s real news in the 35-mm world. Canon has come up with the lightest and most compact single-lens reflex 35 they’ve ever made: the Canon FX. On the front of the camera, you see the unusually fine, new, interchangeable 50-mm Canon FL f/1.8 lens.
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TECH SECTION
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KODAK 135 MAGAZINE OPENER
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Cora Wright Kennedy
Here’s a neat little gadget that should be welcomed by many photographers who do their own processing. Kodak has introduced a special opener that lets you open their "staked cap" 35-mm cartridges with ease. This doesn’t make the cartridges reusable, but it simplifies extracting the film for processing, and allows you to reserve your bottle opener for kitchen use.
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TECH SECTION
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GITZO PROFESSIONAL BALL-JOINT HEAD
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Peter Moore
The Gitzo line of quality tripods (and innumerable other small camera accessories) is comparatively new to this country but has been widely sold throughout Europe since 1917. This head, along with a formidable professional view-camera tripod, is currently being imported by Thomas Instrument Co., and may presage importation of the complete line.
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: New 7-speed projector
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
New 7-speed projector
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CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.: SOLAR
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CINE PRODUCTS, Inc.
SOLAR
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PopularPhotography_19650101_0056_001_0085.xml
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THE NEGA FILE COMPANY
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THE NEGA FILE COMPANY
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Colorfax Laboratories, Inc.
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Colorfax Laboratories, Inc.
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KAKO CORPORATION
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KAKO CORPORATION
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MOVIES
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THE STICKY BUSINESS OF SPLICING
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LEENDERT DRUKKER
The irony of it all: the moon is now well within photographic range, but a simple, dependable clean splice is still beyond our reach. This is one problem peculiar to the amateur. Professionals splice, but they do not really find out how well their joints hold.
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MOVIES
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9.5 a living corpse
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IVAN WATSON
The Royal Borough of Kensington, London—late 1963. Hundreds of dedicated movie makers fill the Civic Hall. This is the inaugural meeting of the British Nine-Five Association. The faithful are watching a color film made by one of their members.
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MOVIES
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FILMS '65
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CHARLES REYNOLDS
The brightest film surprises of the last few months and certainly one of the farthest-out movies is A Hard Day's Night, the first feature film starring the Beatles. It combines the "direct film," hand-held techniques of such film-makers as the Maysles brothers and Richard Leacock with an approach to comedy that is a weird conglomeration of Rene Clair, Olsen and Johnson, and the Marx Brothers.
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Calumet MANUFACTURING CO.
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Calumet MANUFACTURING CO.
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Calumet MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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Calumet MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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MOVIES
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THE TEN BEST OF THE N.Y. FILM FESTIVAL
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L. L.
C. R.
The second New York Film Festival—26 features and 24 short subjects—moved another step toward becoming an important international showcase for films. The editors of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY spent 55 hours in the dark searching for the best films— those they could recommend to readers for photographic as well as dramatic value.
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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GERMAIN SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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BURLEIGH BROOKS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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CARL ZEISS, INC.
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG CO., INC.
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JOHN G. MARSHALL MFG CO., INC.
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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NIKON INCORPORATED
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George LeRoux co.
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George LeRoux co.
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ESSE RADIO COMPANY
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ESSE RADIO COMPANY
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ROBERTS
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ROBERTS
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Acme-Lite Manufacturing Co.
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Acme-Lite Manufacturing Co.
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.
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EPOI INTERNATIONAL LTD.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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FREESTYLE SALES CO.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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BASS CAMERA CO.
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BASS CAMERA CO.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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SUPREME PHOTO SUPPLY CO., INC.
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MOVIES
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PICTURES AND PLAYERS
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HARVEY V. FONDILLER
Can film be used effectively in combination with live performers? The idea has intrigued numerous artists in recent years. A 1060 Ford Foundation grant to a designer-architect team provided funds for planning a theater to house this kind of performance.
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CLASSIFIED MART
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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Honeywell PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS
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Honeywell PHOTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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