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Sold in the USA as the Colorburst 100, this camera has a focussing lens. An unusual design feature on these cameras is the use of a "zooming circle" in the viewfinder which changes size depending on the distance set on the lens. The object being, to frame the subject's head in the circle, the distance then being approximately correct.
|name||: Kodak EK100|
|produced between ||: 1978 - 1980|
|lens ||: 137mm, f/11|
|shutter ||: 1/20 - 1/300 Electronic|
|film type ||: PR 10 (PR144)|
|picture size ||: 67 x 91 mm|