From the Kodak S-series point-and-shoot line, the S100 featured a (plastic?) 35mm f/4.5 lens and 3 aperture settings. The camera was manufactured between 1988 and 1993.

The camera required 2 AA batteries to power the flash but was otherwise a manual camera. The aperture was set by way of either the "film speed" switch (100/200 or 400) or by the flash switch. The smallest aperture was used with the film speed switch set to "400" and the middle aperture setting was used when the switch was set to "100/200." The aperture was the most open (f/4.5) only when the flash switch was enabled. However, if the photographer removed the batteries, the camera could still be used with the flash switch enabled, thus giving 3 different aperture levels.

Also known as the Kodak Euro-35 or the Kodak Breeze.


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