Kodak Advantix F350

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The Advantix F350 is part of the Kodak Advantix range of APS film cameras, introduced by Kodak c2000.[1] It has a fixed-focus, fixed-aperture 24mm f6.4 Ektanar lens. The flash is raised and the lens uncovered when the camera is switched on. The shutter is controlled automatically, running from 1/60 - 1/250s. The only controls are the on-off switch, the shutter release, the APS format slider (at the back of the top plate, behind the flash), and mid-roll rewind and self-timer buttons. There is a very small, elliptical LCD panel on the top plate showing frame-count, battery status and self-timer indicator. The flash is fired automatically when needed, with no manual override. Power comes from a 3v CR2 battery fitted in the base.


  1. Date estimated from the camera's listing at Amazon.com, which states it was first available there on 3 May 2000. The user's manual at kodak.com (linked below) was posted there in 2001.