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Image from page 459 of "Christian herald" (1913)

Identifier: christianherald36unse

Title: Christian herald

Year: 1913 (1910s)




Contributing Library: Christian Herald Association

Digitizing Sponsor: Tisch Library, Tufts University



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THE CHRISTIAN HERALD, May 7, 1913 Page 455 BROWNIE No. 3


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You can make good pictureswith a Brownie Camera. Made by Kodak workmen in theKodak factories, the Brownies areefficient, durable, practical. Madeon the Kodak plan, they are simple.Take for instance the No. 3 Brownie.It is substantially made in everydetail. Though it makes 3^^ x 4^pictures, no focusing is required.Its always ready. It has a carefullytested meniscus achromatic lens; isfitted with the Eastman Rotary shut-ter for snap shots and time expos-ures, and with a set of three stops.There are two finders; one for verticaland one for horizontal exposures, andtwo tripod sockets. It loads in day-light with Kodak film cartridges forfour, six or twelve exposures. Thecovering is a tasteful and durableimitation leather, the metal parts areheavily nickeled. Price, $4.00. With a Kodak or Brownie no darkroom is required for any part of thework—loading, unloading, develop-ing or printing. You can readilyfinish your own pictures or can safelysend the film cartridges by mail to aprofessional



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