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The Kodak Winner is a camera for 110 film. It is a basic fixed-focus pocket camera, and has a Flipflash socket. A version was available marked "Official Sponsor of the 1988 Olympic Games". 110 film is still available so a working example can still be used by those with a case of nostalgia.
It is extremely similar to Kodak Gimini, My First Camera, Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 18, Kodak Mickey-Matic (first model), Kodak Kids Camera, and Kodak Galactic. Other than using different flashcubes, it also greatly resembles a Kodak Hawkeye Pocket Instamatic.
Camera Name: Winner
Film Type: 110
Image Size: 13 x 17 mm
Lens: 25mm, f/11 Meniscus
Shutter Speed: 1/90 sec., (1/40 sec. with Flipflash installed)
Flash: Flipflash socket
Optimum Flash Distance: 5 to 16 feet