Kodak Advantix F300

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The Advantix F300 is a compact camera for the APS film system, made by Kodak from about 1999.[1] It is the same as the Advantix 1600 Auto. The camera was available in different body colours.

Specifications

  • Type: point and shoot
  • Manufacturer: Eastman Kodak Co.
  • Lens: Kodak Ektanar 1:6.6/23mm (3 elements)
  • Films: APS films with 100 - 400 ASA film speed
  • Viewfinder: Reverse Galilean with C, H, and P format display
  • Exposure: 1/100 sec.
  • Flash: Automatic flash
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.3 x 1.4 inch (115 x 58 x 35 mm)
  • Weight: 4.6 oz. (130 g) without film and AAA batteries


Notes

  1. Chris Eve/Mischa Konig's table of dates for Advantix cameras, at Kodak Classics, states the camera was announced in a 1998 press release for introduction in '99. The manual at Kodak (linked below) was posted on 5 October 1999.


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