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Kodak EastmanInstamatic X-15

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Condition Price
 2018-11-01
 B
 $9
 2018-07-01
 B
 $14
 2018-05-01
 B
 $9
 2013-09-16
 2B
 $2
 2003-02-28
 B
 $16
 2002-01-01
 B
 <$17
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by bill339 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 12:25 pm

This is a truly nice, lightweight camera to use, and the last of the US Instamatics. The camera uses 126 film and was manufactured from 1970 to 1976. It has an f/11, 43 mm plastic, single element, meniscus lens that is fixed focused from 4 feet to infinity. The camera produces a 28x28mm image nominal. The shutter speeds are 1/90 of a second normal and drops down to 1/45 of second with a flash. The camera can use 100, 200, and 400 ASA film on a clear and sunny day plus indoors with the flash. The flash range is 4 feet to 7 feet with regular Magicube. Magicube flash cubes require no batteries so the camera is not equipped with them. The camera also has a standard 1/4 inch by 20 threads per inch tripod socket in the bottom and a direct, and an optical bright line with used flash indicator viewfinder. The camera allows you to insert a used flash cube to get lower shutter speed for shade shots with tripod. The camera pictured here is in fine condition and worth $10.00 in 2017.

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