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Agfa offered the simple Autostar camera for 126 film beginning in the late 1960s, perhaps in acceptance that Agfa's Rapid film format was quickly losing ground to Kodak's wildly popular Instamatic series. The Autostar X-126, manufactured in several countries, is most commonly seen; the unmarked Autostar may be identical. What appears to be a meter cell across the top of the camera is dummy, with exposure and focus being non-adjustable.

The "Autostar" name was reused for the Agfa Autostar pocket, but this is an unrelated camera for 110 film.