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|market entry camera of Kodak for the 110 pocket film cartridge system|
- Type: pocket camera
- Manufacturer: Kodak
- Launch: 1972 or 1973
- Film: Type 110 cartridge for 16mm film
- Lens: 1:11/25mm
- Shutter: two speeds, one for normal conditions, one flash-synchronized
- Flash: Magicubes
- Dimensions: 114×55×27 mm
| vintage day flash photography|
with those coool flash cubes ;-)
This was the cheapest of the Kodak 110 cameras, and the Instamatic range. The Pocket Instamatics were frequently sold with a flash extender - as shown here, since without this the Magicube would be too close to the lens, and produce a great deal of red-eye effect and glare.