Kodak Instamatic 314 camera, c 1969. For 126 cartridge film; Kodar lens, automatic wxposure, brightline finder, flashcube socket. Two-position focusing. Overall: 67 mm x 115 mm x 60 mm.
Instamatic 314 camera made by the Eastman Kodak Company, in the United states, c. 1969.
The Instamatic series of pocket cameras was first launched in 1963. Instamatics were inexpensive and easy to load, using 126 and 110 film cartridges. The 314 Instamatic used 126 cartridge loading film, and had a flashcube socket and automatic exposure setting provided by a CdS photocell.
- Photographic Technology
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- pocket camera
- tools and equipment
- equipment by process
- image making equipment
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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