Kodak photographic catalogue for the amateur photographer

Kodak New Zealand Limited, Other contributor

1950s
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Maker and Role
Kodak New Zealand Limited, Other contributor
Production Date
1950s
Description
Photographic catalogue for Kodak printed by Whitcombe & Tombs Limited for a New Zealand audience including photographs or illustrations of each object. Includes an inventory of Kodachrome slides of New Zealand Views available for purchase.

Accessories for transparencies / aids to better cine photography / aids to better shapshots - exposure meters, filters, lens hoods, etc. / albums / album accessories - corners, colours, brushes etc. / books / cameras - brownie / cine brownie / cine kodak / kodak / retina and retinette / swedish hasselblad / cases - camera, gadget bag, carry-all / chemicals / dark-room aids: tanks / lamps and timers / miscellaneous / enlargers - masking frames / enlarging lenses / exposure guides for kodachrome film / films - cine-kodak / kodak / kodachrome and ektachrome / flash equipment - flasholders / flash lamps / kodablitz / floodlamps / frames - picture / guide to picture sizes / kodak services / kodachrome slides - NZ Views / miscellaneous - rangefinders, cable releases, etc. / papers - photographic / projectors - general / kodascope eight-500 / retina accessories / screens - for movies / for transparencies / storage boxes - for transparencies / tripods - camera / cine / viewers - for transparencies / viewmaster / viewmaster reels, catalogue of
Physical Description
194 pages : illustrations, photographs (black and white) ; 14 x 21 cm.
Media/Materials
Accession No
10-0597
Credit Line
Kodak New Zealand Limited. 1950s. Kodak photographic catalogue for the amateur photographer, 10-0597. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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