March 1953
Image;Mar1953, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p12
Academic Journal
The article features a magazine camera made by a New York inventor in which the plates can be developed automatically, without removal, as they are exposed. The camera was not supplied with an automatic tripod which is operated by clockwork, or some other light but powerful and enterprising motor. It bears a dozen phenomenal negatives that are all ready for filing away in some handy ash barrel for future reference. According to the author, whoever owns the camera could just await in comfort for it would only be necessary to wind the camera up in the morning and start it off on a photographic trip all by itself.


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