The Kodak Instamatic 25 Camera is a viewfinder camera for Kodapak film cartridges. The Instamatic 26 is a similar camera, but sold only through premium schemes. These are an early part of a long line of Instamatics - the 25 replacing the first Instamatic, the Instamatic 50. The Instamatic 25 was made from 1966 to 1972 by Kodak Ltd. (England) and Kodak Spain, to a design for the camera externals by Kenneth Grange. The Internals, including shutter mechanism were designed by Alex Gow. The camera has a two-speed shutter. Its speed selector can be shifted from the sun symbol (1/90 sec.) to the half-sun symbol (1/40 sec.) . The Kodak 1:11/43mm lens has fixed focusing and fixed aperture. The viewfinder is of reverse Galilean type. The flash shoe is for Kodalux bulb flashes. The camera weighs only 150 g.