Instamatic - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Instamatic

100

1963

Kodak Ltd

London

England

Image of Instamatic

Construction:
Plastic/metal.

Format:
28 x 28 mm exposures on 126 cartridge film.

Focusing:
Fixed.

The Instamatic introduced the 126 film cartridge.

The film is 35 mm wide but has only a single registration hole per frame, the image size is 28 x 28 mm. The film is contained in a sealed plastic cartridge, it is wound onto a take-up spool that is rotatable from outside the cartridge, the film in the feed part of the cartridge is not wound on a spool. The film has a continuous paper packing carrying the frame number which is visible through a window in the cartridge. A large, clear, window in the back of the camera shows the frame number and other information printed on the cartridge. The position of a small notch in the cartridge indicated the film speed which could be 'read' by the camera to set the metering system.

Instamatic

50

1963

Kodak Ltd

London

England

Construction:
Plastic/metal.

Format:
28 x 28 mm exposures on 126 cartridge film.

Focusing:
Fixed.


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