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The '''Magimatic X50
The '''Magimatic X50''' was a simple [[viewfinder camera]] introduced in 1975 for [[126 film|Kodapak film cartridges]]. It was made by [[Imperial]] in the U.S.A. and used '''[[Magicube]]s''' for flash photography instead of flashcubes or bulbs like earlier Imperial 126 cameras such as the [[Imperial Instant Load 900]], hence its name.
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type No. 126 film cassettes
image by Mark Anderson (Image rights)
The Imperial Magimatic X50 126 Magicube camera was a simple viewfinder camera introduced in 1975 for Kodapak film cartridges. It was made by Imperial in the U.S.A. and used Magicubes for flash photography instead of flashcubes or bulbs like earlier Imperial 126 cameras such as the Imperial Instant Load 900, hence its name.
image by Kenneth Dwain Harrelson