Kodak Advantix 2000 AUTO

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The Kodak Advantix 2000 Auto is a fixed lens compact camera for the APS film system. It has no programmed modes and no APS date storage functions so that it does without a LCD display. The film load status and the film advance are displayed mechanically through two little control windows.

With this simple camera Kodak started successfully its camera contributions to the APS film & camera system in spring of 1996.

Specifications

  • Type: point and shoot
  • Manufacturer: Kodak plant in China
  • Year of release: 1996[1]
  • Lens: Kodak Ektanar 1:5.6/25mm
  • Films: APS films
  • Viewfinder: with C, H, and P format display
  • Flash: Automatic flash


Notes

  1. Kodak, Fuji unveil new photo system; report by Sandra Jones of Bloomberg Business News, in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2 February 1996, archived at Google News.