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AGFAIso Pak C

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1969-1970. 126 cartridge camera. In 1970 the camera had no weather symbols over the lens.

AGFA: Iso Pak C camera

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 2003-02-28
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by bill339 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:32 pm

The Iso-Pak C is an evolved version of the Iso-Pak. It uses the then popular flashcubes introduced in the early 1960’s. To activate the flashcubes the camera uses two CR2025 batteries. With the C model the thumb wheel film advance was replaced by a single action lever film advance, which has greater speed to the next frame. The German made camera also has a Parator shutter assembly with a fixed focus lens. The shutter speed of 1/100 of a second is regulated automatically down to 1/40 of a second with the installation of the flashcube. The flash range was 1.5 to 3 meters (5 to 10ft). The camera sold for about $100.00 and $117.00 for the kit. This 126 film pack camera was introduced in 1969 and manufacturing stopped the following year in late 1970.

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