Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1907 (Heft 17)

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The
GRAFLEX
HAS PROVEN EQUAL TO
EVERY PHOTOGRAPHIC
TEST

IT is designed for every kind of
photographic work, and there is
no other Camera like it.
Mr. Stieglitz says:
Messers. Folmer & Schwing,
Gentlemen:—As you are aware, it is against my principles to
give testimonials except on rare occasions—and this is to be one of
those occasions, for I believe you have fully earned that distinction.
Ever since the Graflex has been in the market I have used it for
many purposes. At present I own a 5x7, 4x5, and a 3¼ x 4¼
, and I confess the family has never caused me one moment of
uneasiness. It is beyond my understanding how any serious photog-
rapher can get along without at least one Graflex. If circumstances
compel me to choose but one type of camera when off on a trip, it
invariably means my taking a Graflex. A Pocket Kodak, a Graflex,
and a tripod 8 x 10is a complete outfit for any pictorialist. In
actual money outlay the Graflex may be expensive, but in the long
run it’s the cheapest camera I ever owned.
Wishing you the reward your work so fully deserves, and with
kindest regards,
Yours, etc.,
ALFRED STIEGLITZ.
There is nothing too quick for a Graflex.
ASK YOUR DEALER, OR WRITE
FOLMER & SCHWING CO.
ROCHESTER NEW YORK
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