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how to use

your
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Your Nl ernar takes standard 35mm dou-
bl e f r ame
pi ct ur es
i n bl ack and s' hi t e
( shown
bcl ow) ant i col or . The bl ack and
' l l ' hi te
pi ctures
rnay be enl arged to
gi ve
pri nts
of al bum si ze or l arger for your
enj oyment .
your
ansco MEMAR
You rvi l i fi nd that the Mernar CaDl era
i s easy to use. compact to cany and
pro'
duces superi or
pi ctures.
Thi s 35mm cam-
era i s equi pped wi th an Agfa* Apotar
f/3.5 coated l ens i n a Pronto shutter. It
i s synchroni zed for fl ash and wi th i ts
automati c wi ndi ng devi ce, sel f-ti mer antl
opti cal vi ewfi nder, i t i s a versati l e carn-
er a f or
pi ct ur es
anyr vher e, anyt i me.
The Memar i s easy t o oper at e, but be-
fore usi ng i t, read the fol l owi ng di rec-
ti ons careful l ]' , tryi ng al l the worki ng
par t s
as
) ' ou
| ead. when
1' ou
hal e be-
'
come t hor oughl y f ami l i ar wi t h i t s oper a-
ti on, l oad the camera wi th one of Ansco' s
f i ne 35mm f i l ms ( see page
11) and enj oy
taki ng
pi ctures
wi th thi s superi or cam-
er a.
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ond
@or e
r egi si er ed t r odemqr ks of Ansco Di vi si on of
Gener ol Ani l i ne ond Fi l m Cor p. of Bi nghomi on, N. Y.
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camera
parts
1, Exposure Counter
2. Automati c Wl ndi ng Devi ce
3. Cabl e Rel ease Socket
4. Shutter Rel ease Button
5. Accessory CIi D
6. Vi ewfi nder
7. Fi l m Type Indi cator
8. Fi l m Rewi nd Knob
9. Di aphragm Aperture Scal e
10. Di aphragm Setti ng Ri ng
11. Shut t er Speed Set t i ng Ri ng
12. Depth of Fi el d Scal e
13. Di stance Setti ng Ri ng
14. Locki ng Sl i de
15. Fl ash Connect or
16. Sel f - Ti mi ng Lever
17. Rewi nd Rel ease But t on
18. Tr i pod Socket
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t he vi ewf i nder
The Xl emar canel ' a i s equi pped wi t h
an opti cal -type r-i ervfi nder. Hol di ng the
camer a t o t he e, ve.
) ' ou
r , ' i l l see t he ar ea
t . hi ch wi l i appear i n t he
pi ct ur e. When
F
f ocusi ng on obj ect s cl oser t han 7 f eet ,
P
si ght sl i ght l : ' above t he subj ect t o com-
pensat e f or t he di f f er ence i n vi ew be-
tr.een the l ens and the r.i ewfl nti er. For
cor l ect i on when t aki ng ver t i cal
pi ct ur es,
t ur n t he camer a si i sht l y i n t he di r ect i on
cf t he r . i er vf i nder .
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I OCt r STng
The focusi ng ri ng i s the foremost el e-
ment of the l ens mount and i s i denti fi ed
by ti re fi gures 3 through o
(i nfl ni ty).
When t he di st ance f r om camer a t o sub-
j ect
has been det er mi ned, t ur n t he f ocus-
i ng r i ng unt i l t hat di st ance f i gur e i s
opposi t e t he di amond- shaped i ndex mar k
on t he st at i onar y l ens mount . Est i mat e
di st ances as accur at el y as
possi bl e
so
i - our
pi ct ur es
wi l l be shar p and cl ear .
\\-hen taki ng
pi ctures from 3 to 10 feet
f r om t he subj ect , i t i s l , er y i mpor t ant
t hat t he di st ance be est i mat ed accur at el . v
( ol
bet t er
yet ,
r neasur e t he exact di s-
t ance) because of t he l i mi t ed dept h of
f i el cl . For di st ant vi ews, set t he camer a
at i nf i ni t r '
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rii
zone f ocusi ng
To use the Memar as a fixed focus
camera,
set the focusing ring at either
10 or 30 f eet
(t he
numbers i n red)'
Then set the diaphragm
ring at the red
dot on the diaphragm aperture
(f
stop)
scale and the shutter at 1/50th of a sec-
ond. With the camera focused at 10 feet,
everything from 7 to 15 feet will be in
focus: at 30 feet, everYthing from 15
feet to infinity will be in focus.
Sharpest
pictures of any specific sub-
ject
will result, of course, if the lens is
focused at the exact camera-to-subject
distance.
the di aphragm
The di aphragm, or Iens oPeni ng as i t
i s often cal l ed,
governs
the amount ot
Iisht which
passes through
the lens
while the shutter is open. The diaphragm
opening
is set by turning the wide dia-
phragm ring which has an index mark
on top. Turn this ring so the index mark
coincides exactly with the line opposite
the f number on the diaphragm aperture
scale. As it moves from the lower num-
ber
(f , 23. 5)
t o t he hi gher
(f / 16), t he si ze
of the opening decreases and the dia-
phragm is said to be
"stopped
down".
Remember, the lower the number, the
Iarger the aperture and the
greater the
amount of light admitted.
To observe the action of the diaphragm,
set the shutter at B, open the back of
the camera and
press
and hold down the
shutter release button. Looking into the
back of the camera toward light, revolve
the diaphra8m ring back and forth. No-
tice how the size of the opening varies.
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the shutter
The shutter of a camera determines
the length of the exposure. The Pronto
shutter on the Memar has mechanically
regulated speeds ot l/25t}: to 1/200th of
a second,
pl us B (f or
t i me exposures).
It is also synchronized for flash
(see
paee
17). The shut t er speed i s set by
turning the thin milled ring so that the
desired speed is opposite the diamond-
shaped index mark on the stationary
Iens mount.
The shutter is released
(the
exposure
made) by
pressing
down on the shutter
release button. Be sure to hold the cam-
ere level and steady and
press
the re-
lease button with a firm, slow
pressure.
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automati c
.
t . a r
wi ndi ng devi ce
After each exposure,
grip
the straight
edge of the winding lever with the right
thumb
(shown
in
picture
at right) antl
pull
it to the right as far as it will
go.
Be sure it
goes
the full distance or the
shutter will not be ready for the next
exposure. This action winds the film,
cocks the shutter and counts the ex-
posures,
so after each winiling, the cam-
era is ready for the next exposure. This
automatic winding feature
prevents
dou-
ble exposures since the shutter release
button will remain Iocked until the film
is wound.
ti rne exposures
For exposur es of l onger t han 1/ 25t h
second,
i t wi l l be necessary to take a
ti me exposure.
Turn the thi n mi l l ed ri ng
unti l the B i s opposi te the i ntl ex mark'
When reacl y to take the
pi cture' press
the shutter rel ease button and hol cl down
for the l ength of the exposure requi red.
The shutterwi l l
remai n open as l ong as
t he shut t er r el ease but t on i s depr essed.
Be sure the camera i s mounted on a tri -
pod or other fi rm, Ievel support for al l
t i me exposur es.
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sel f
-
ti mer
The \ { emar has a sel f - t i mi ng nech-
ani sm whi ch al l ows about a ni ne second
del ay i n exposur e t o
per mi t
t he
phot og-
r apher t i me t o
get
i n t he
pi ct ur e.
Wi t h
the di aphragm openi ng and shutter
speed set, move the l ever at the bottom
of t he l ens mount t o t he l ef t as f ar as
i t wi l l
go.
Rel ease t he shut t er i n t he
usual manner and after about a ni ne
second del ay, t he
pi ct ur e
wi l l be t aken.
The sel f - t i mer wi l l not wor k on
"8. "
si nce t i me exposur es ar e not mechan-
i cal l y
pr e- det er mi ned.
depth of fi el d
Dept h of f i el d i s t hat di st ance bet ween
t he near est and f ar t hest
poi nt s
of shar p
f ocus. Wi t h t he di aphr agm set at f , / 3. 5,
and t he di st ance set t i ng at 6 f eet , ever y-
DEPTH OF FIETD TABTE
_
ANSCO MEMAR
Thi s t abl e has been accur at el y cal cul at ed t o hel p
]-ou
determi ne the depth of fi el d
qui ckl y and easi l y.
thi ng from 5' 4" to 7' wi l l be i n ac-
ceptabl y sharp focus. However, wi th the
di aphragm cl osed down to f/16, every-
t hi ng f r om 3' 8" t o 15' 8" wi l l be i n f ocus
at the same distance setting. Therefore,
it should be remembered
that if existing
light
permits, the diaphragm
should be
closed down for sharPer Pictures.
15'  2"-
q
v8"-34' 
7'  4"-15' 9"
6'  2"-L7'  4"
f / 4
ts. -
8'  4"-69'  
g8- w
,'  10"-r3' 6"
1 5'  10"-140'
r0' 9"-25'  
t 7' 2"-23'  
6'  8"-10' 2"
4'  11"-7' 8"
4'  -6'  9"
*
f / 3. 5
6' 9"-9' rr"
\'  3"-3'  70"
t / f l
13'  10"- o
f / 16
7' 2" -
q
9'  4"-
q
5' 10" -
a
5' r 0" - 37'
4'  11" -
q
4'  5"-5' r0"
|'  3"-}'  10"
3'  6"-4'  9"
\' 2"-4' 
,' 1"-r8'9"
4' 4'  - 45'  
4'  3"-t 0' 6" \'  8"-!' '  8"
3'  8"-7'  9"
| '  3"-r0' 5"
! '  2"-s'  10"
z'  10"-6' 9"
z' 8"-4' 8"
2' 7"-, '  5"
z'  10' -3' 2'
z'  t0"-3' 2"
2' 9"-\ '  4"
2'  7"-\ '  6"
z' 6"-S' r0"
z'  3"-4'  3"
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dept h of f i el d scal e
A depth-of-fi el d scal e i s conveni entl y
Iocated on the stati onary l ens mount at
the front of the camera. On each si de of
the center i ndex mark are i denti cal
marki ngs whi ch i ndi cate the vari ous di a-
phragm
setti ngs from f/3.5 through f/16.
Wi th the eamera set at any
parti cul ar
di stance, the depth of fi el d for any spe-
ci fi c di aphragm openi ng can readi l y be
determi ned. The tl epth of fi el d i s that
di stance between the tri l o l i nes reDre-
senti ng the di aphragm setti ng bei ng
used. You wi l l see that wi th the camera
set at 8 feet, at f/16 tt' e depth of fl el d
ext ends f r om 4' 4" t o 45 f eet . At f / 3. 5,
ever yt hi ng f r om 6' 9" t o 9' 11" wi l l be
i n focus.
If the i ndi cated depth of fi el d i s i n'
suffi ci ent to cover the
proposed subi ect,
cl ose rl own the di aphragm, but don' t for'
get
to compensate for thi s smal l er open-
i ng by i ncr easi ng t he exposur e t i me.
t here i s anAnsco f i l m
for every
pi cture
SUPREME
-
A f ast
panchr omat i c f l ne-
grai n
fi l m i deal for i ndoor or outdoor
photography.
It comes i n 20 and 36-
exposure standard dayl i ght l oadi ng rnag-
azi nes and i n bul k l engths.
ULTRA- SPEED PAN
-
Ansco' s hi ghest
speed 35 mm
panchromati c fl l m for hi gh
qual i ty pi ctures
under adverse l i ght con-
di ti ons or when fast shutter speeds are
i mportant. AIso excel l ent for use under
normal l i ght condi ti ons. Avai l abl e i n
st andar d 20 and 36- exposur e r nagazi nes
and i n bul k l oads.
ANSCO COLOR FI LM
-
Avai l abl e i n
both Dayl i ght and Tungsten Types, i t
rvi l l
gi ve you
natural col or transparen-
ci es for
proj ecti on
or for Ansco Col or
Pr i nt on enl ar gement s. I t i s sol d i n 20-
exposur e magazi nes and i n bul k l engt hs.
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fi l m type i ndi cator
A film type indicator is incorporated
in the top of the rewind knob. The in-
dicator is set as a reminder of the kind
of fi]m in the camera. For example, the
ASA exposure index for Ansco Ultra-
Speed Pan film is 100
-
set the indicator
at 100/ASA. If Ansco Color Film Day-
l i ght Type i s used, set at COLI D; or f or
Tungsten Type, COLIT. Set the indi
cator when loading the camera. With
the rewind knob
pulled
all the way out,
press
the index finger of
your left hand
against the serrated edge untler the
knob. With
your
right hand, turn the
top of the knob so the
proper
setting
shows in the opening.
l oadi ng the camera
To open t he camer a,
pul l
down on t he
l atch at the bottom of the l eft si de of
the camera and swi ng out the hi nged
back.
Turn the wi ndi ng spool unti l the sl ot
i s on t op. Do not at t empt t o r emove t hi s
spool f r om camer a,
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Set the counter di sc at A by
pressi ng i n
the center and turni ng countercl ockwi se.
Pul I out the rewi ntl knob
(marked R
on top) and i nsert the fi l m magazi ne
wi th the emul si on si de
(l i ght si de) of
the fi l m toward the l ens. Set the fi l m
type i ndi cator as tl escri bed on
page 12.
Push i n the rewi nd knob and hol di ng
down the fi l m magazi ne wi th
your
l eft
hand,
pul l
out a short l ength of fi l m. In-
sert the end of the fi l m i nto the sl ot of
the winding spool, engaging
the tooth ot
the slot in the second full
perforation
of the small tongue" Turn the winding
spool with
your thumb until about
/a
inch
of the full width of the film is visible.
Close the back of the camera firmlY.
Press the shutter release button and
wind the film; repeat until three
"expo-
sures" have been made and the film
counter is on 1. The film is now in
posi'
tion and the flrst
picture
can be made.
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oul cr.oor exposures
Exposures outdoors vary according to
the existing light antl the type of film
being used. With the excellent coated
Iens of the Memar and the versatility of
Ansco' s Supreme antl Ultra-Speed Pan
films for black-and-white
photography,
EXPOSURE TABTE
pi ctures
can be taken al most anyti rne,
anywher e.
The fol l owi ng tabl e wi II serve as a
gui de
for determi ni ng the correct expo-
sur es:
( f or
Supr eme Fi l m)
Li ghti ng
Condi ti ons
t / 16 t / 17 t/8 r/5.6 t/4.
Bright Sun
Hazy Sun
Bright Overcast
Dull Overcast
r / 50
7/25
1/r00
r / 50
r / 25
L/ 200
1./700
r / 50
r/ 25
l / 200
r/r00
1/ 50
r/200
r/100 r/200
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For Ultra-Speecl Pan, use next smaller lens opening
(higher number)
i ndoor exposures
The i l l umi nati on
tor
pi ctures i ndoors
shoul d be from ei ther fl oodl amps
or
fl ashl amps.
Fl ootl l amp i l l umi nati on
i s a
conveni ent,
economi cal
source of l i ght
tor i ndoor
pi ctures. A
good basi c setup
cal l s for two number 2
photofl ood l amps
i n
good qual i ty refl ectors
(or two Refl ec-
t or Fl ood #2 l amps) ,
pl aced as shown i n
t he accompanyi ng
di agr ams.
The mai n
l i ght sour ce shoul d be di r ect ed down-
u' ard at a 45' angl e, and the fl l l -i n l i sht
shoul d be
pl aced cl ose to the camera'
The f ol l owi ng t abl e was comPut ed
fl om these l i ghti ng di agrams and wi II
serve as a basi c
gui de to hel p
you
tte'
termi ne
the correct exposure"
The tabl e
i s based on average subi ects agai nst
l i ght
col ored wal l s or surroundi ngs'
Darker col ors
requi re an i ncrease of one
or two stops.
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FTOODLAMP EXPOSURE TABTE
(for
Supreme Fi l m)
Mai n Li ght
Fi l l -i n Li ght
D
10'
t4'
t/Lt
t/8
f
/5.6
t/4.
t/3.5
r/25
r/50
r/100
r/200
r/ 25
r/ 50
l/r00
1/ 25
L/ 50
tr' ' or Ultra-Speed Pan, use next smaller lens opening
(higher number)
For exposures longer than 1/25th of a be used to minimize the chance of
jar-
seconrl, the camera must be mounted on ring the camera. The cable release
a tripod, or other firm, level support. It screws into the top of the shutter re'
is also recommentled that a cable release lease button.
ti 25
t/50
r/t00
r/200
l 6
fl ashl amp exposures
To
get
t he I ul I eni o) ' l l ) ent f r om
your
camera, try maki ng fl ash
pi ctures. It i s
ahvays fun to take
pi ctures i ndoors
-
at
par t i es, of t he chi l dr en
at
pl ay, of
speci al occasi ons.
The Memar has bui l t-i n fl ash sYn-
chroni zati on.
No other synchroni zer
i s
necessary. The Ansco Uni versal Fl ash
Uni t
( JN206) i s r ecomt nended
f or aI I '
around ease of operati on
and compact-
ness. Just f ast en t he camer a t o t he
bracket and
pl ug the ti p of the cord i nto
t he f l ash connect or
( No. 15, f i g. 1) . Do
not use f or ce as r ough t r eat ment wi l l
darnage the connector.
The Ansco tr' l ash
Uni t t akes al l bayonet
t ype l amps
-
SXI , SF, #5, 25
and' PHS and Bant am 8.
The fol l owi ng tabl e i s based on the
use of the Ansco Fi ash Uni t whi ch has
a sati n fi ni sh refl ector'
For other
type
fl ash uni ts, fol l ow the manufacturer' s
recommenal ati ons.
Pl ease bear i n mi nd
that the uni t must have a 3mm con-
ti nental
type connector
to fi t on the
Memar
camer a.
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usi ng t he
gui de
numbers
To f i nd t he col ' r ect exposur e,
di vi de
the
gui de l l umber
by the di stance
frorn
t he f l ashl amp
t o t he subj ect ! t he r esul t '
i ng f i gur e wi i l r epr esent
t he l ens open-
i ng r equi r ed.
Exampl e:
The
gui de num-
ber for a PHS or Bantam 8 l amP wi th
Supr eme
f l l m at 1, z50t h i s 80' The sub'
j ect
i s 10 f eet ar vay, t her ef or e 80
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10
-
8, use f / 8.
t o
col or
photography
Col or
photography i s fun
-
col or
pho-
tography vri th
your
Memar i s easy. The
resul ti ng transparenci es can be vi ewed
by
proj ecti on
or enl argements can be
made on Ansco Col or Pri nton. Just keeD
i n mi nd that
your
subj ect shoul d be wel l
l i ghteal and heavy shadows shoul d be
avoi ded. The fol l owi ng tabl es are of-
fered as a
gui de
to hel p
you
determi ne
the correct exposure.
DAYLIGHT EXPOSURE TABTE
(Ansco
Col or Fi l m Doyl i ght Type)
Bright
Sunlight
Front
Lighted
Red Dot
Between
f"/5.6 & t/8
t / 5. 6
Bright
Sunlight
j
Si de
Lishteal
f/8
f
i 5. 6
t/4.
Bri ght
Sunl i ght
Back
Li ghted
Bet ween
t / 5. 6 & t / 8
t/4.
f / 3. 5
Bri ght
Sunl i ght
Soft
Shadows
Bet ween
t/5.6 & f./8
t/4.
t / 3. 5
Bright
Overcast
No
Shadows
f/4
t / 3. 5
t / 3. 5
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col or
photography i ndoors
FLOoDLAMPS Col or t ransParenci es
can be made by the illumination
from
two #2
photoflood lamps in
good
metal
reflectors
-
or two Reflector
Flood #2
lamps. Using the lishtins diagram on
page 15, exposures can be made atl/25t}r
second at f
/3.5,
or equivalent'
with
Ansco Color Tungsten TYPe Film.
FTASHLAMP EXPOSURE TABTE WITH
FLASHLAMPS
Wi t h t he Ansco X' l ash
Unit attached to
your camera'
you can
lighten those deep shadows in outdoor
pictures and take indoor snapshots. The
guide numbers for
popular flashlamps
for use with Ansco Color Daylight and
Tungsten Type films follow' See
page
18 for use of
guide numbers.
THE ANSCO UNI VERSAT
FLASH UNI T
Dayl i ght Type Fi l m
Shutter
S
Gui de
Lamp
Tungst cn
Type Fi l m*
Shutter
SPeed Guide No.
Lamp
58, 25B
SM, SF'
B-1I1OO
r/200
PHS, Bantam 8 B-1l50
r/r00
7/200
5; 25 B-1l 50
1/rt0
r/200
40
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40
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44
B-t/50
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llse with a UV16 F ilter
unl oadi ng t he camera
When the fl nal exposure has been
made. the fl l m must be rewound i nto the
magazi ne bef or e t he camer a i s opened
and the fi Im rernoved, Do not advance
t he f i I m beyond t he l ast exposur e si nce
the fi Im mi ght become detached from
t he magazi ne and cannot be r ewound.
To rew' i nd the fi l m, depress the smal l
but t on on t he bot t om of t he camer a and
turn the rewi nd knob i n the di recti on
of the arrow. Conti nue turni ng unti l
you
feel a l esseni ng of the tensi on, i ndi cat'
i ng the fl Im has been rel eased from the
take-up spool .
PuII down on the l ocki ng l ever and
open t he back of t he camer a. PuI l up
t l l e r ewi nd knob and t he magazi ne can
be r emoved easi l y f r om t he camer a,
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t t
t ri pod socket
The tri pod socket i s l ocated i n the
cent er of t he bot t om of t he camer a. I t
i s used not onl y for attachi ng the can-
er a t o a t r i pod, but al so f or at t achi ng
the carryi ng case to the camel a and the
car ner a t o t he Ansco Fl ash Uni t .
filters
Ansco has avai l abl e sever al t - vpes of
hi gh
qual i t l .
opt i cal
gl ass
f l l t er s, mount ed
i n spun al urni num, for col or
photog-
r aphl '
-
t he UV15, UV16 and UV17
Li l t r avi ol et absor pt i on f i l t er s and t he #10
#11 Conr . er si on. Ask
your
deal er f or
ser i es 5 Ansco Fi l t er s.
%
memar carryrng
case
Pr ot ect
) ' out '
] I enar canl er a f r om di r t ,
rai n, dampness. bl ' keepi ng i t i n an An-
sco Memar Ever eadY Car r Yi ng Case
-
i t i s
genui ne top-grai n cowhi de. Si nce
the l ens and other front el ements of the
Memar have no sel f - pr ot ect i ve cover i ng,
i t i s even more i mportant to
protect i t
frorn hartl knocks.
The Memar case has a short carryi ng
strap and an addi ti onai l ength can be
added to rnake i t a conveni ent shoul der
carryi ng case.
Your tl eal er wi l l have thi s l ' Iemar
Car r yi ng Case
-
ask f or t he JN445.
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fl ash uni t
As tnenti oned earl i er,
you' l l get
much
more enj oyment frorn
your
Memar cal rr-
era i f
you
can use i t around the cl ock.
Buy an Ansco Fl ash L' rni t and compl ete
the versati l i ty of
your
camera.
I t wi l l accept al l bayonet t ype l amps
aud takes two si ze C batteri es or a bat-
tery capaci tor cartri dge. It al so has an
extensi on outl et for mul ti pl e fl ash
pi c-
t ur es. Your deal er has t he Ansco Uni
ver sal Fl ash Uni t
-
JN206.
b . ' o
camera care
Your Memar i s ; r f i ne
pr eci si on i nst r u-
rnent. Gi ven
proper
care, i t wi l l
gi ve
) ' or - r
year s
of ser vi ce. Cl ean t he f r ont
and r ear el ement s of t he l ens of t en wi t h
a cl ean, sof t l i nt l ess cl ot h. Bl ow out t he
back of t he camer a each t i me
1- ou
l oad
i t t o be sur e t her e ar e no dust
par t i cl es
or 1i nt .
I t i s r ecomnl ended t hat
you
make a
l ecor d of t he ser i al t t unber of
your
camer a f or
your
or vn
pr ot ect i on.
Fi I l i n
t he Ansco Guar ant ee car d and send i n
the regi strati on. Ansco rvi l l send
you
a
f l ee r ol l of 35mn Ansco Col or Fi l m upon
r ecei pt of t he car d.
r.
Pr i n l - e C i n U. S. A. C- 1 0 6 +4
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