Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1910 (Heft 31)

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THE FINAL CONVENIENCE
IN HAND CAMERAS
Filmplate Premo

It’s as light and compact as a purely film camera, yet loads
with plates or films, with equal facility.
It has that great advantage of every plate camera—a ground
glass for accurate focusing and correct composition, and this is
easily available whether films or plates are used.
Its exposures, whether on films or plates, can be developed by
tray or tank system.
It is equipped with both rising and sliding front, swing bed
and focusing attachment.
Its regular optical equipment is the best procurable outside
of the anastigmats, and any of these may be fitted if desired.
It is a beautifully finished, carefully made camera, suitable
for any purpose.
PRICES:

Filmplate Premo with Planatograph lens and double valve automatic shutter.


3¼ x 4¼ . . . $24.00 4x5 .$26.50
3¼ x 5½ . . . 26.50 5 x 7 . 35.00

Catalogue of fifty styles and sizes of Premos
at the dealers'or mailed free upon request.
IMPORTANT—In writing, please be sure to
specify Premo catalogue.

Rochester Optical Division
Eastman Kodak Co.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
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