The great round world
and what is going on in it
Vol. 1 July 1, 1897
[Entered at Post Office, New York City, as second class matter]
Subscription $2.50 per year $1.25 6 months
no. 3 And 5 west 18th st. New York city
=Copyright, 1897, by William Beverley Harison.=
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TO ANY ONE SENDING US 4 NEW SUBSCRIBERS
[Illustration: A Pocket Kodak
Measures 2-1/4 x 2-7/8
x 3-7/8 inches, makes a picture 1-1/2 x 2
inches, and weighs only 5 ounces. Delivered ready for 12 exposures
The Lens is of the fixed focus type, and of sufficient length of focus (2-1/2 inches) to avoid distortion.
Has improved rotary shutter and set of three stops for lens. The slides for changing stops and for time exposures are alongside of the exposure lever and always show by their position what stop is before the lens and whether the shutter is set for time or instantaneous exposures, thus acting as a warning.
In the quality of the work they will do, Pocket Kodaks equal the best cameras on the market. They make negatives of such perfect quality that enlargements of any size can be made from them.
The Pocket Kodaks are covered with fine leather, and the trimmings are handsomely finished and lacquered. They are elegant, artistic, and durable.
=For one more subscription we will send with this camera a bicycle carrying-case=
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TO ANY ONE SENDING US 9 NEW SUBSCRIBERS
[Illustration: An Improved
For pictures 4x5 inches;
delivered ready for 12 exposures without
reloading. Size of camera, 4-7/8 x 5-7/8 x 9-1/4 inches; weight 2
pounds 2 ounces; length of focus of lens, 6-1/4 inches.]
Fitted with an achromatic lens of superior quality, having a set of three stops; has two finders, one for vertical and one for horizontal exposures; and is also provided with two sockets for tripod screws, one for vertical and one for horizontal exposures. Fitted with improved rotary shutter, for snap-shots or time exposures. Can be loaded in daylight. Handsomely finished and covered with leather.