Kodak Ektralite 10

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The Kodak Ektralite 10 camera was an inexpensive 110-format point and shoot camera produced by Eastman Kodak from 1978 to 1994. It has a built-in electronic flash and a sliding cover to protect both the lens and viewfinder from dust and scratches. These cameras were one of the first 110 cameras to feature automatic film speed detection, in which the camera would automatically adjust the shutter speed in relation to the speed of the film. Towards the end of the production run, they came in various colors such as blue, purple, yellow, orange, red and pink, but without the sliding cover in front.


  • Film type: 110 (13 mm × 17 mm)
  • Lens: 25mm f/8
  • Focusing distance: Fixed focus from 5 feet (1.5 meters) to infinity
  • Shutter speed: 1/200 sec for ISO 200 speed film or greater
  • 1/125 sec for 125 ISO speed film or lower
  • Flash: 2 AA batteries
  • Speed 1/1000 sec
  • Range: 4.5 m.
  • Loading time: 7 seconds