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1997. 35mm film, point-and-shoot camera.

Kodak Eastman: Kodak KB 10 camera

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by bill339 » Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:20 pm

The Kodak KB 10 introduced in 1997, was made by Kodak's Mexican plant. It is a simple point-and-shoot camera. It has a 2-element aspherical 30mm f/8.0 fix-focus lens, an optical viewfinder and a built-in flash. It looks like a modern compact camera but is just a primitive viewfinder camera, with no focusing and a flash that could not be switched off. The focus range is 4 foot (1.2m) to infinity and uses two AA 1.5 volt alkaline batteries. The camera is set up to work best with ISO 400 speed film. Other cameras of the Kodak KB series were derived from the KB 10.

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