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1979. 110 cartridge camera. Upgraded Trimlite Instamatic.

Kodak Eastman: Winner Camera camera

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 2003-02-28
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by bill339 » Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:26 am

The Kodak Winner was introduced in 1979 for $11.95 and uses 110 film. It is a basic fixed-focus pocket camera, and has a Flipflash socket. A version in red was marked "Kodak Official Sponsor of the 1988 Olympic Games". 110 film is still available so a working example can still be used by those with a case of nostalgia. It is extremely similar to Kodak Gimini, Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 18, Kodak Mickey-Matic (first model), Kodak Kids Camera, and Kodak Galactic. All these cameras use a Flipflash that had four or five flash bulbs on each side facing front. Once one side is used you flip the assembly over for the other side. The flipflash was produced by many of the camera and bulb companies (Agfa, Phillips, Polaroid, Sylvania, and GE to name a few). Another camera (other than using flashcubes) that resembles the line is the Kodak Hawkeye Pocket Instamatic. The Winner camera using 110 film produces a 13 x 17mm picture with a 25mm f11 meniscus lens. The shutter speeds are 1/90 of a second and 1/40 of a second with Flipflash installed in the provided socket. The optimum Flash Distance is 5 to 16 feet with various Flipflash units available. The camera also has a right hand side film advance lever, optical viewfinder, film observation window in the back cover for frame counting, and a handy carry strap.

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