Kodak KB 10
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The Kodak KB 10 was made by Kodak's Mexican plant. It was a simple point-and-shoot camera. It had a 2-element aspherical 30mm f/8.0 fix-focus lens, an optical viewfinder and a built-in flash . It looked like a modern compact camera but was just a primitive viewfinder camera, with no focusing and a flash that could not be switched off [note: the camera can function without batteries, which disables the flash]. Other cameras of the Kodak KB series were derived from the KB 10.