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The camera is as simple as it gets; single aperture, single shutter speed and flash provided by Magicubes so no battery was needed.
 
The camera is as simple as it gets; single aperture, single shutter speed and flash provided by Magicubes so no battery was needed.
  
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Latest revision as of 20:37, 5 February 2017

The Kodak Instamatic 66X was yet another simple viewfinder camera for 126 (Kodapak) film cartridges produced by Kodak Ltd. in the UK. It was part of the Instamatic range from December 1973 until 1977. Apart from a different colour scheme it is identical to the Instamatic 56X introduced one year earlier. The camera is as simple as it gets; single aperture, single shutter speed and flash provided by Magicubes so no battery was needed.