Kodak Instamatic 800
|1964 Kodak advertisement|
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When introduced in 1964, the Instamatic 800 was the highest-spec model in the Instamatic series of cameras for 126 film cartridges from Kodak. Its unique features included a coupled rangefinder and a quirky spring-driven film advance tensioned with a "pull tape" which extends from the bottom of the body. A selenium meter cell provides for autoexposure and there is a flip up reflector for AG-1 flashbulbs.
|Flash at the ready|
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