Kodak Instamatic 50 camera, 1963-1966.

Kodak Instamatic 50 camera, 1963-1966.
4 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 32cm

Description

The Kodak's Instamatic camera and Kodapak cartridges for 126 film were launched in 1963. Their ease of use made them an immediate popular succes. It had a clean-cut, lightweight design combined with an ease of use rarely seen in a camera before. Colour films were now so tolerant that Kodak could get away with very simple exposure controls - there is just a 'sunny' and 'cloudy/flash' setting on this Instamatic 50. The cameras were immensely popular, with over 70 million Instamatics sold wthin a few years.

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