Kodak EK6

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The EK6 is a integral instant camera produced by Kodak. It was available in 1976, along with the Kodak EK4 which makes it one of the earlier models. It improved upon the EK4 by having an electronic film ejection, instead of a hand crank. It uses Kodak PR10 / PR144 instant film and is powered by two 6v J / 4LR61 batteries.