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Kodak Eastman: Automatic 35
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1959-1964. 35mm film camera.
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Based largely on the Kodak Signet 50, the Kodak Automatic 35 utilized that camera’s basic body, film transport, and lens. The lens was a 44mm f/2.8 Kodak Ektanar (Lumenized), a 4-element Tessar design with front element focusing. Like many of Kodak's better lenses of this period, the lenses are somewhat radioactive but nothing to be concerned about. The camera had a drum take up spool and bottom mounted advance lever. The camera was introduced in 1959 and the last one made was in 1964. It had a list price of $84.50 and uses 35mm film. The lens produce's a decent picture when in focus. This camera is light but uncomfortable to shoot, it does not offer an image to match for focusing, and instead you had to speculate the distant of your subject (2.5f - Infinity).
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