KODAK A. G. POCKET INSTAMATIC 100 + built-in flashgun for AG-1 + CASE + f/cube
*2 flashes left
*Excellent condition for the age
Kodak Pocket Instamatic using 110 film.
In 1972, Kodak introduced the Pocket Instamatic series for its new 110 format. The 110 cartridge had the same easy-load design as the 126 format but was much smaller, allowing the cameras to be very compact (hence the "Pocket" designation). The top-of-the-line model was the Pocket Instamatic 60, which featured a stainless steel body, rangefinder, and automatic exposure. More than 25 million Pocket Instamatics were produced in under three years, and the 110 format remained popular into the 1990s. However the small negative size limited quality when using the film emulsion of the period, although in practice most prints were small so this was not as apparent until they were 'blown up' to a larger size.
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