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1969. 126 cassettes, viewfinder camera.

Revere: Automatic 1064 camera

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by bill339 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 1:53 pm

The Revere Automatic 1064 is a Kodapak film camera made by Minolta for 3M using the Revere label. It's a fixed-focus camera with the aperture set by a CdS cell above the lens. A red light will show in the viewfinder and front of the camera when flash is needed. The metering and the flash cube are powered by two AAA batteries in the film compartment. The built-in lens cover is automatically opened as the shutter is pressed. The camera has an optical viewfinder, Rokkor 1:8/38mm fixed focusing lens, shutter with speeds of 1/45 of a second (flash) or 1/90 of a second, film advance lever, and a flashcube socket that turns with each exposure. The camera uses 126 cassette 12 or 20 exposure cartridge film, flashcubes, hard point for a strap on most, ¼” 20 thread tripod mount, view frame count window in the back cover, and was introduced in 1969.

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