Kodak EK2

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The Kodak EK2 is a instant camera produced in 1977. It is also known as The Handle in some markets. It is a curious looking camera. The view finder is above the carrying handle that is built into the flat camera body. It features a lightening and darkening dial around the protruding lens as well as a battery test feature. It used Kodak PR10 / PR 144 instant film and featured a hand crank to push the film through the rollers for development. A similar promotional version was also available as the Kodak Happy Times (Coca-Cola) Camera.