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Kodak Instamatic 304

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4 years ago by kans.vintage.cams

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S$49

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Kodak Instamatic 304 , #107 When it appeared in 1965, Kodak's Instamatic 304 combined a selenium meter-controlled automatic aperture system with the new flash cube system. A control bar appearing in the viewfinder indicates insufficient light. This was one of the more sophisticated Instamatics. The flash cube holder revolves a quarter turn after releasing the shutter release button. Two AAA batteries are needed to fire the flash. On the front side of the camera, below the "electric eye", is the cube ejector button which is protected against accidental pressing. Specifications: Film advance: Manual lever. Lens: Kodar 41mm, f/8 Shutter speeds: 1/90s and (for flash sync) 1/40s. Weight: 370g RARE FLASHCUBE WILL BE SOLD WITH THIS BABY

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