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 2003-02-28
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by bill339 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:51 pm

The Kodak Ektra 200 is among many 110 film cameras made by Kodak. It used disposable flip-flash for indoor photography, was made in (West) Germany, and was produced from 1980 to 1987. A basic snapshot camera usually found with the metallic finish and black folding handle, it was also available in black and white. The cameras lens is a 22mm, f/11 Kodar and it has a 3 speed shutter. The picture size is 13 x 17 mm from the 110 film that is still available, but flip-flash is not. There were at least 13 Ektar cameras produced by Kodak and in Germany, many of these models are referred to as Ritsch-Ratsch because of the sound the film-wind mechanism makes. Kodak's range went from the most basic of snapshot cameras, which are very capable of excellent results, right through to range-finder cameras with wide-aperture lenses. So popular was the 110 format that more than 25 million cameras were produced within three years. Like many of these 110 Kodak cameras Kodak supplied a sheet of self-adhesive initials with these cameras so that the owner could personalize their camera.

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