the thrill of movies

December 1937 advertisement for Ciné-Kodak cameras

Toronto. Kodak got into movie cameras and projectors in the 1920s to sell its amateur movie films. This ad from the December, 1937 edition of International Photographer shows a sampling of Kodak’s line-up of both 8 and 16mm cameras.

Kodak also offered processing including a bleaching bath so the original negative film came out positive and ready to view (with a Kodak projector, of course).

A thanks goes to my good friend, George Dunbar, for sharing this interesting Kodak ad from over 80 years ago.


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