Kodak Instamatic 40

Kodak Instamatic 40
Kodak Instamatic 40

The Kodak Instamatic 40 camera was manufactured in United States of America from 1972 until 1975 when production stopped 43 years ago. The Instamatic 40 was designed to take 110, Cartridge Roll film. The camera requires 1, K battery. Unloaded, the camera weighs 158.00 g (5.57 oz.), with batteries 169.00 g (5.96 oz.), and with film, 181.00 g (6.38 oz.). Initially priced at $63.00, the Instamatic 40 would cost $341.03 in 2011. Features include tripod socket.

General Information

Years Made1972-1975 (43 to 46 Years Old)
MSRP$63.00 ($341.03 2012 Dollars)
Film110 Film
Weight158.00 g (5.57 oz.)
Date AcquiredJune 30th, 2013
Battery1 x K
Country of ManufactureUnited States of America


Features

Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
Yes No No No No No No
Shutter Speeds:Fixed
Shutter Type:Leaf
Aperture Settings:Fixed
Lens Mount:Integrated
Viewfinder:Plain with Frame Indicator
Focal Range:Greater than 6 Feet


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