Kodak Dealer Catalogue 1962-1963 Kodak (Australasia) PTY.Ltd
A new Brownie movie camera for completely automatic movie making. There’s no “stop and start” filming with this camera because it automatically adjusts the aperture to changing light conditions. For instance, if you’re shooting in bright sunlight and the sun moves behind a cloud, causing the light to fade, there’s no need to stop make adjustments and start again. The Brownie Automatic Movie Camera’s builtin photoelectric exposure cell allows you to film all you see without the worries of under or overexposure or interrupted sequences. Other features are: Ektanar f/2.7 lens, long run motor, parallax correction, eye level viewfinder, handy footage counter and an automatic warning device if there is insufficiënt light to shoot. Loads with double-run 8mm. film. Carrying cases from 27/6d.