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1972. 110 film, pocket camera.

Kodak Eastman: Pocket Instamatic 10 camera

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by bill339 » Mon Jan 02, 2017 7:22 am

This was the cheapest of the Kodak 110 cameras, and the Instamatic range. The Pocket Instamatics were frequently sold with a flash extender, since without this the Magicube would be too close to the lens, and produce a great deal of red-eye effect and glare. It is a basic snapshot camera with Magicube facility and two-speed shutter, the lower speed being engaged when a Magicube is fitted or just the extender. It does have a used bulb warning that shows up in the viewfinder when appropriate. Some examples come with a padded zipped case marked 'Kodak Smile Saver', with space for the camera, Magicube extender, and Magicube. The Camera has a 25mm, f/11 Meniscus lens, a push lever film advance, optical viewfinder, film observation window for frame count plus ASA, and a handy carry strap. The camera was introduced in 1973 and discontinued in 1976. The original suggested list price was $23.00 in 1973 and the 110 film produces a 13 x 17 mm picture size.

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