Kodak Tele-Ektra 300

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The Kodak Tele-Ektra 300 is a camera introduced in 1980 and discontinued in 1982. The original price was US$32.50.[1] It takes 110 film, a format popular in the 1970s (and which survives as of 2018 as a niche format). It has a choice of "normal" and "tele" lenses. When the normal lens is used, it is a fixed-focus camera. However, the "tele" lens offers simple focusing ability. The camera is very compact, easily fitting within a pocket. It was made in the USA. It uses a flipflash for night shooting.


  1. Kodak Tele-Ektra 300 at Kodak Classics