Author: Myron Matzkin
Publisher: Universal Photo Books
Description: Softcover. 123 pages. Revised edition
Condition: Covers show some shelf wear and scuffing. Previous owner's name in ink on the title page.
Dust Jacket: None as published.
Contents: Electric-eye cameras made their debut in the 1950s from various manufacturers such as Kodak and Bell & Howell. This book is a complete guide to the special techniques and procedures for better electric-eye movies. Covers the following:
The Modern Electric Eye
Lenses and What You Should Know About Them
Which Film is Best For You
Exposure: The Electric Eye Needs Help
Indoor Movie Making
Motion Picture Technique
Titling and Editing
Zoom Lens Cameras
Solving Exposure Problems With Your Zoom Lens
Making Movies with Your Zoom Lens
New Worlds for Your Electric Eye
Illustrated with photographs. Indexed.