FLASH PICTURES

1. Set shutter speed on 25 opposite arrow on right lens.

2. Estimate distance you are away from subject. Rotate focusing wheel until this number appears opposite center arrow on upper scale.

3. Now consult the simplified flash exposure chart on the bottom of camera. Find the distance you are away from your subject on the scale under distance. To the right of this distance are three different lens openings, choose the lens opening that is listed under the type of flash bulb you are using. Set this number opposite the arrow on the left lens ring.

Number 5 on the scale represents No. 5 or Press 25 flash bulbs. Use flash filters or amber shield and Type A (indoor) film.

Number 5B represents No. 5 or Press 25 BLUE flash bulbs. Use Daylight film.

SM represents SM or SF flash bulbs. Use Type A (indoor) film.

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FLASH EXPOSURE
DIST
5
5B
SM
4
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16
11
6
16
11
8
8
11
8
5.6
12
8
4.6
4
15
5.6
4
3.5
18
5.6
3.5
__
25
3.5
__
__

TAKE THAT PICTURE
1. Focus the camera.
2. Set the shutter speed and lens opening. For the proper settings consult the simplified table on the bottom of the camera.
3. Wind film and cock the shutter by pressing wind lever as far as it will go clockwise. Allow to return to normal position.
4. Place finger on shutter release button and hold camera against forehead. Compose the subject matter focused upon and gently squeeze shutter release button.

CAUTION
Exposed film must be rewound back into the magazine before it can be removed from camera. After the exposure counter indicates you have made the final exposure, do not continue winding film or you will tear if from the magazine spool and necessitate darkroom unloading.

REWIND AND UNLOADING

When the exposure counter indicates all exposures have been made, rewind the film as follows:

1. Press rewind knob release TOWARDS CAMERA BACK. This will release rewind knob.

DO NOT PULL KNOB OUT
2. With knob just out far enough to grasp with the fingers, hold in rewind button and turn wind knob clockwise until all film is rewound into the original cartridge. This can be sensed by a definite release of pressure on the rewind knob.

3. Pull rewind knob all the way out and turn counter clockwise to remove back.

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FOR THOSE WHO WANT IT ...
The following pages of this booklet furnish additional information on particular features of your REALIST '45" and more detailed information on taking stereo pictures.

OUTSTANDING FEATURES YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT . . .
Your REALIST "45" is the result of 54 years of experience in the manufacture of precision optical equipment. Only through REALIST'S leadership in the field of stereo photography was it able to incorporate into this one camera the number of outstanding features described on the following pages.

LENSES
The REALIST f:3.5 lenses are optically matched, color corrected, coated, anastigmat lenses of 35 mm focal length. Lenses are aligned and locked in place on a solid lens board. All focusing is done internally at the film plane. Perfect image alignment is thus assured. Lens opening from f:3.5 to f:16.

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