Pocket Instamatic 30 Camera

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Kodak's Pocket Instamatic camera series was launched in 1972 with the aim of competing in the market against very compact cameras produced in Japan and Germany in the 1960s.

It was a series of very cheap and small cameras that achieved a lot of popularity not only because of their price but because of the simplicity of their use. Due to the small size of the film, the quality of its images was small but sufficient for what many people were looking for: keeping a record of some memorable moment.

This camera supports the use of a Flash Cube (disposable flash cubes) that allows up to 4 shots.

  • Film: 110 film cartridge
  • Lens: 3 meniscus   
  • Diaphragm openings: f 9.5
  • Shutter: Electronic
  • Speeds:
  • Image: 13 mm × 17 mm
  • Body material: plastic
  • Weight:


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