MINOX B CAMERA has built-in EXPOSURE METER
You’ll have fun shooting magnificent perfectly exposed pictures (3″ x 4″ and Larger) with this new marvel of West German precision engineering. The Minox B (weighs but 3-1/4 oz., only 3-7/8″ long) eliminates guesswork. It’s quick, sure, simple to use
Enlarger for Your Candid Camera
By Wayne Daniel Clegg
How many times have you looked into the window of a photo store, admired the expensive miniature enlargers and longed to be the proud possessor of one? But your pocket reveals your total financial resources—three precious dollars. With that money and a little time and energy, there is no reason why you cannot have a miniature enlarger just as attractive and efficient as a factory-made model.
24,000 pieces in world’s largest museum of the smallest articles.
ONE of the most remarkable exhibitions of miniatures, which has been collected painstakingly over a period of sixteen years by Mr. Jules Charbeneau, is on exhibition in St. Louis.
The articles come from thirty countries and the collection consists of 24,000 different items.
Printing Photos on Any Material
KENNETH MURRAY TELLS HOW TO SENSITIZE CLOTH, CHINA, GLASS, AND METAL
IN A NEW YORK store window a demonstrator recently attracted crowds by making photographic prints before their eyes on a variety of materials. He daubed a little solution on the surface where the picture was to be placed and, as soon as it had dried, placed a negative over it, clamped it in position with a piece of glass and a rubber band or two, and exposed the picture to the light of a photoflood bulb for a short time.
Photographic Record of Telephone Meters
INSTEAD of the usual method of reading and recording the number registered by your telephone meter, transferring this to the accounting department where the record is copied and tabulated and the bills are made out, the newest system consists of supplying a photographic record of your phone number and the meter reading with your bill.
Turn Snapshots Into ‘HUMANETTES’
Sensational invention. Almost human in appearance. A life-like cut out figure. Any snapshot, photograph or picture can be “immortalized” by this strange new process. Surface covered with moisture-proof transparent PORCELITE. Will not peel, tear, crack, or soil. Looks like porcelain bas-relief.
This is the same camera I posted an article about yesterday (Snap Happy Camera). Apparently a year after it was shown in MI the Army decided to use it in an ad. It looks they used almost the exact same photos. They seem close enough that I’m wondering if the Army ad just painted over the guy’s hand in the originals used in the MI article.
1/25,000 of a second of surgery
Here it is… the clinical recording camera. Developed by the Army Signal Corps for the surgeons of the Medical Department, it can “stop” an intricate operation with a silent, built-in flash lasting 1/25,000 of a second!
Snap Happy Camera
Something new in flash cameras—takes 35-mm. photos at 1-25,000 see.
IMAGINE a camera so fast, so accurate, so automatic in operation that with it any novice can take pictures of spot news events and fast action that are as good as those of any professional!