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For detail.
For versatility
For action.
For low light.

Four new
Kodacolor VR
films from Kodak.
100, 200,400,
and 1000.
Introducing the
Kodacolor VR films, four
new films-the best col-
or print films Kodak has
ever made.
Kodacolor VR 100
film gives you more clar-
ity and greater sharp-
ness. Kodacolor VR 200
film gives you vibrant
color and a new, higher
speed that can help com-
pensate for changing
light or unexpected move-
ment. Kodacolor VR 400
film lets you take great
stop-action shots with ex-
cellent definition. And
Kodacolor VR 1000 film
lets you take pictures
in existing light without
a flash. Or use it to stop
high-speed action-it's
Kodak's fastest color print
film ever.
You can get great
pictures if you get the
right films... the new
Kodacolor VR films.
Life never looked
so good.

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Nothing on this page is easier to use
than the Kodak disc camera.
All you do is push the button. The Kodak disc camera
does the rest! It automatically advances the film, and the
built-in flash knows exactly when to flash.There's nothing to
focus, nothing to set Just slip it into your pocket, and you're
always ready to capture the fun. Now what could be
easier than that?
Get the Kodak disc camera soon.
And see for yourself what a snap it is!- j
New Kodacolor VR disc film now Uisc
available, tool Photography from Kodak

iEastman Kodak Company, 1983

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