Kodak Instamatic X-30
|Kodak Instamatic X-30|
image by Kenneth Dwain Harrelson (Image rights)
The Kodak Instamatic X-30 was a viewfinder camera with automatic exposure. It was made by Kodak in the U.S.A. and Canada between August 1971 and January 1974. This was one model in the long Instamatic series. It's retail price when released was $38.00.
|With a Magicube attached|
image by Roy Schmidt (Image rights)
- Type: Viewfinder camera
- Manufacturer: Kodak ("Made in U.S.A" or "Made in Canada")
- Year of launch: 1971
- Film: Type No. 126 film cassettes for frame size 28×28mm
- Lens: f11/43mm
- Shutter: Photo-electronically controlled shutter with speeds 10 to 1/125 sec.
- Viewfinder: optical