Kodak Analyst

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The Kodak Analyst is an instant camera originally produced in 1985 for an American insurance company called State Farm. It was the last instant cameras produced by Kodak. This is a folding camera that has a bellows, and it uses 300 ISO Kodamatic TrimPrint films. Features are closeup focusing, electronic flash, and motorized film processing. This design is based on the Kodamatic 930.