KODABLITZ Flashgun for AG-1 lamps

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Kodak introduced the AG-1 type bulb in 1958 in order to simplify the use of separate elements of the camera and make it cheaper. This new system required a support that was inserted into the camera and on which the individual light bulbs were placed. So when taking each picture with flash, it was only necessary to replace the burned lamp with a new one.

With this system, each flash shot required a new lamp to be inserted into the holder.

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