Universa Instapak

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The Universa Instapak series were Universa's 1968 answer to Kodak's wildly popular Instamatic series, for easy-loading 126 film cartridges. Its simulated meter cell notwithstanding, the Universa C was essentially a box camera (lacking any exposure adjustment); the Universa Instapak CS offered 5 exposure settings indicated with symbols; and the Universa Instapak CA had true autoexposure using a selenium photocell. All offered a socket for flashcubes.

Dacora was maker of the camera series. The Dacora Instacora series were similar cameras. The Universa Instapak cameras got an own design with leatherette-coated body.