Kodak EK2 The Handle

Kodak EK2 The Handle
Kodak EK2 The Handle

The Kodak EK2 The Handle camera was manufactured in USA from 1977 until 1979 when production stopped 44 years ago. The EK2 The Handle was designed to take PR10, Cartridge Instant film. The camera requires 1, J battery. Unloaded, the camera weighs 786.00 g (1 lb, 11.73 oz.). Initially priced at $40.00, the EK2 The Handle would cost $149.42 in 2011.

General Information

Years Made1977-1979 (44 to 46 Years Old)
MSRP$40.00 ($149.42 2012 Dollars)
FilmPR10 Film
Weight786.00 g (1 lb, 11.73 oz.)
Battery1 x J
Country of ManufactureUSA


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Comments (4)

NINAPVELASCO wrote on November 2nd, 2013
Can this be rehab or serviced? i have an original one and needs servicing. Are the films and battery available in the market?
CameraHistoryProject wrote on May 28th, 2014
Hello NINAPVELASCO,The battery may still be available, but the film is not anymore. Kodak lost a lawsuit vs. Polaroid in regards to instant film, and they had to stop production.Since the camera and film is no longer made, it is unlikely they can be refurbished for less than the replacement cost on an auction site.
Juls wrote on June 6th, 2018
Salve io ne ho una originale, vorrei utilizzarla ma non riesco a capire dove posso comprare una nuova batteria e Delle nuove pellicole. Potresti indicarmi un buon sito? Grazie
CameraHistoryProject wrote on October 11th, 2018
Ciao Juls,Questa fotocamera richiede una batteria tipo "J". Sono ancora fatti e possono essere trovati su Amazon.

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