Kodak Advantix C370

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The Kodak Advantix C370 is a compact APS film camera released by Kodak in about 2002.[1] It is very similar to the autofocus Advantix C470 but with a fixed focus lens.


  • Film Type: APS film
  • Focus System: Fixed focus
  • Focus Range: 1.0 m to infinity
  • Viewfinder: Reverse galilean with C, H, & P format display
  • Film-Speed: DXIX 50 to 800 ISO
  • Flash Unit: Built-in flip-up flash
  • Flash Range (ISO 200): 1.0 to 4.0m
  • Apertures: f/5.6 to f/12.6
  • Shutter: 1/70 to 1/200 second
  • Power Source: 2x AAA
  • Dimensions: 101.4 x 38 x 60.5 mm
  • Weight (wo batt): 150 g


  1. Estimated from the date, 19 March 2002, that the camera's manual (linked below) was posted at Kodak website.