Kodak Colorburst 250

Kodak Colorburst 250
Kodak Colorburst 250

The Kodak Colorburst 250 camera was manufactured in United States of America from 1979 until 1982 when production stopped 36 years ago. The Colorburst 250 was designed to take PR10, Cartridge Instant film. The camera requires 4, AA batteries. Unloaded, the camera weighs 1,090.00 g (2 lbs, 6.45 oz.), with batteries 1,190.00 g (2 lbs, 9.98 oz.). Initially priced at $76.50, the Colorburst 250 would cost $238.19 in 2011. Features include tripod socket, and integrated flash.

General Information

Years Made1979-1982 (36 to 39 Years Old)
MSRP$76.50 ($238.19 2012 Dollars)
FilmPR10 Film
Weight1,090.00 g (2 lbs, 6.45 oz.)
Date AcquiredJune 30th, 2013
Battery4 x AA
Country of ManufactureUnited States of America


Features

Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
Yes Yes No No No No No
Shutter Speeds:Fixed
Shutter Type:Leaf
Aperture Settings:5-Steps Darken to Lighten, no f number
Lens Mount:Integrated
Viewfinder:Plain


Comments (3)

yusefi wrote on April 5th, 2015
hii have a camera kodak colorburst 250 for sale.
javad wrote on April 12th, 2016
helloI need its intant film PR10 PR 144 kodak printIm remain your responsejavad
CameraHistoryProject wrote on August 5th, 2016
Hello javad,There was a lawsuit between Kodak and Polaroid quite a few years back that required Kodak to stop producing their instant film. Therefore, new stock of this film is not available, however you can probably find some on E-Bay -- though it is likely it won't work.

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