CORPORATIONS: 60-Second Film

For his "picture-in-a-minute" Polaroid camera, Inventor Edwin H. Land last week demonstrated a new invention: a film that delivers black-and-white transparencies (instead of standard prints) within 60 seconds after they are snapped. The transparencies, says Land, have probably ten times the light range of conventional prints, clearly reproducing the smallest details when projected onto a screen. Another advantage: the film is five times as fast as Eastman's high-speed TriX, can be used successfully under the worst lighting conditions.

When the new film is put on sale in a month, Land expects it...

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