Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 48

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The Trimlite Instamatic 48 was the top model introduced by Kodak in their 1975 line of new 110 film-cartridge cameras. The Trimlite 48 offers a rangefinder-focusing, f/2.7, four-element lens. Flash exposure is adjusted automatically based on the focused distance.