Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1912 (Heft 39)

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Brilliant
Illumination
Brilliant illumination is
characteristic of Indepen-
dence Day and of the pho-
tographs taken then, if you
use a Tessar Lens. Even
in weak light on a grey day
you can get a wonderfully
satisfactory result with this
wonderful lens.
Its unusual power of
gathering and transmitting
light gives it four times the
speed of an ordinary lens.
The most difficult subjects,
whether a fleeting smile or
a racing motorcycle, are
not too difficult for a

'J''HE Superior Quality of
Bausch Of Lomb lenses, mic-
roscopes, field,glasses, laboratory
apparatus, engineering and
other scientific instruments, is
the product of nearly Sixty
Years' Experience.

Its exceptional speed, precise optical corrections,
perfect flatness of field, uniformly sharp definition
and brilliant illumination make it the best all-around
lens for action subjects, portraits or landscapes.
The reserve power of a Tessar is truly remarkable.
On ordinary occasions it will accomplish more than
you expect, and when great speed is necessary, a
Tessar will meet the demand. It will catch the
swiftest things in motion.
Booklet 44-H describing the best lens for each par-
ticular purpose, will interest you. Write for it today.
Also ask your dealer.

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