General Electric introduced this jellybean-sized flashbulb in clear glass for black-and-white film (10 cents) and blue glass for daylight-balanced color film (12 cents). The next step would be ultracompact flash units that could fit into a camera's accessory shoe.
4. Toujours Paris: When French photographer Robert Doisneau saw the Arc de Triomphe reflected in this woman's glasses, he had no choice but to take a picture. (Or did he set up his shot this way?) He used a Leica loaded with Kodak Tri-X 400-speed film and exposed at f/2 for 1/25 sec. P
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