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1937 - Flood-Flash lamp, used for general purpose lighting of a studio, may be flashed as often as necessary

PHOTOFLASH BULB CAN BE USED MANY TIMES

CD 1964004 E&MP25.059

Electric Lamps

APR 26 1937

New Flood-Flash lamp now under development in the Mazda Lamp Laboratories of the Lamp Division, Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Company, Bloomfield, N.J.

It has an overall length of approximately 6 and a diameter of approximately 11. When perfected it may be used for general purpose lighting of a studio while posing the subject and focusing the camera and then may be flashed for the actual photograph.

The same lamp may be flashed as often as necessary. 


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Westinghouse



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