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  index cameras 110 instamatic
k o d a k   1 1 0   instamatic   c a m e r a s
Kodak 110 Instamatic Cameras Kodak 110 Instamatic Cameras

Following the almost runaway success of the 126 Instamatic cameras, Kodak introduced the 110 cartridge in 1972 with both black & white and colour print emulsions as well as slide film. Based on a similar principle to the 126 cartridge, improvements in film technology meant an acceptable image could be made on 16mm film, enlargeable at least to enprint size, but in a much smaller package, for convenience. Kodak's range went from the most basic of snapshot cameras, which are very capable of excellent results, right through to range-finder cameras with wide-aperture lenses. So popular was the format that more than 25 million cameras were produced within three years.

In Germany, many of these models are referred to as Ritsch-Ratsch because of the sound the film-wind mechanism makes. Some other manufacturers even produced SLR cameras in this format. Many Kodak 110-cartridge cameras have a four-character "camerosity" date-code, usually inside the film compartment, though on some it is inside the film door near the hinge, or under the winder. On some models, three small recesses may be noted, often containing letters. Kodak supplied a sheet of self-adhesive initials with these cameras so that the owner could personalise their camera.
Kodak 110 Film Instamatic Cameras
  Cameo Motor 110
  Fisher-Price Camera
  Hawkeye Pocket Instamatic
  Hawkeye Tele-Instamatic
  Kodak 101 Dalmations
  Kodak Brownie
  Kodak Brownie II
  Kodak Cross
  Kodak Ektra 1
  Kodak Ektra 100
  Kodak Ektra 12
  Kodak Ektra 12-EF
  Kodak Ektra 150
  Kodak Ektra 2
  Kodak Ektra 20
  Kodak Ektra 200
  Kodak Ektra 22
  Kodak Ektra 22-EF
  Kodak Ektra 250
  Kodak Ektra 52
  Kodak Ektra 90
  Kodak EktraLite 10
  Kodak EktraLite 400
  Kodak EktraLite 450
  Kodak Ektralite 500
  Kodak Ektramax
  Kodak Fling
  Kodak For Kids Flash 110
  Kodak Gimini
  Kodak Graffiti
  Kodak Instamatic 101
  Kodak Instamatic 125
  Kodak Instamatic 130
  Kodak Instamatic 192
  Kodak Instamatic 230
  Kodak Instamatic 91
  Kodak Instamatic 92
  Kodak Kids Camera
  Kodak Lion King Camera
  Kodak Mickey-Matic
  Kodak Mickey-Matic (Second Model)
  Kodak Mini-Instamatic S30
  Kodak Mini-Instamatic S40
  Kodak Pazzazz
  Kodak pocket A-1
  Kodak pocket B-1
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 10
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 100
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 101
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 20
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 200
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 30
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 300
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 40
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 400
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 50
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 500
  Kodak pocket Instamatic 60
  Kodak Sport
  Kodak Star
  Kodak Star 110
  Kodak Styl'elite pocket
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 1
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 2
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 300
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 32
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 350
  Kodak Tele-Ektra 42
  Kodak Tele-Ektralite 20
  Kodak Tele-Ektralite 40
  Kodak Tele-Ektralite 600
  Kodak Tele-Instamatic 330
  Kodak Tele-Instamatic 430
  Kodak Tele-Instamatic 530
  Kodak Tele-Instamatic 608
  Kodak Tele-Instamatic 708
  Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 18
  Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 28
  Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 38
  Kodak Trimlite Instamatic 48
  Kodak Winner
  Kodak Winner pocket
  My First Camera
See also
  Kodak 110 instamatic timeline


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