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Kodak EastmanInstamatic 154

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1965-1969. 126 cartridge camera. Spring motor.

Kodak Eastman: Instamatic 154 camera

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by bill339 » Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:10 am

Very similar to the Instamatic 104, but with the addition of a clockwork motor wind. The "cocked" shutter button is not a fault, but a feature of the design. The camera was produced between 1965 and 1969. The lens is an f/11, 43mm and the shutter speeds are 1/40 of a second to 1/90 of a second. The winder is gone up while turning the enormous button located on the higher cap of the camera. Then, the clockwork ensures the advance of film and the rotation of flashcube after each release. It also makes it possible automatically to bring film to the frame 1 when the cartridge is in place and to entirely roll up film after the last snapshot. Only one spring makes it possible to advance 12 frames. The camera uses the 126 cartridge film to produce a picture size of 28 x 28 mm. The original list price (USD) was $30.00 in 1965.

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