Burbank, California: Photo-Sonics, Inc., 1961-1962. Two volumes. The first: 4to.,  pp., illustrations from photographs and measured drawings, printed in a variety of colors, card chapter dividers, color printed card covers, comb binding titled in blue-gray ink. Second volume: 4to., 19 leaves, printed recto only, illustrated from photographs. Color printed card covers, comb binding titled in blue-gray ink.
Slight signs of usage; very good. Both volumes included price lists. Item #54561
Photo-Sonics, Inc., is the leading manufacturer of specialized cinemagraphic equipment. Initally founded in the 1920s, as the Acme Tool and Manufacturing Company by Adolph Furer, through an association with Walt and Roy Disney, it moved into the production of cameras and equipment for animation.
By the 1950s, the company was manufacturing specialized high speed instrumentation camera for the U.S. Government's weapon's programs. Today, Photo-Sonics, Inc., is the leading manufacturer of specialized cinemagraphic equipment for the motion picture industry as well as a wide range of cameras and instruments for military and scientific laboratories.