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The Kodak Instamatic 32 was a simple instant-load, point-and-shoot camera using 126 Cartridge film, made in the UK by Kodak Ltd. It was introduced in 1972 - one of many Instamatic cameras, and withdrawn in 1973. Used for premium sales only, it was identical to the Instamatic 36, apart from the grey front covering in place of the 36's black.
- Manufacturer: Kodak Ltd., UK
- In production: 1972-1973 (32), 1972-1974 (36)
- Lens: 43mm f/11, fixed focus
- Shutter: 1/40 & 1/80 sec.
- Film: 126 Cartridge