KODAK INSTAMATIC 255X FILM

July 24, 2019 posted by

The Kodapak cartridge featured automatic film-speed sensing, a feature possibly first seen on the Agfa Rapid system, and now common-place, with the introduction of DX-coding of 35mm cassettes. Swains International plc are distributing this film in the UK through the Camera Shop and Photo Chemist retail outlets, product code Many cartridge cameras have a four-character “camerosity” date-code, usually inside the film compartment under the film gate. Please bear in mind that many processors may no longer be able to print the full square frame of the negative, so you may wish to research your options before ordering. The sensor is in the groove above the film gate on most cameras where the film runs from left to right. Kodak Film Instamatic Cameras Until the introduction of the “Kodapak” cartridge in , with it’s associated “Instamatic” brand-name, cameras aimed at the consumer market were almost universally roll-film models, with all the inherent problems of loading that that type of film incurs. More sophisticated cameras, such as the Kodak Instamatic , range, range and X, are able to sense a range of speeds, as the sensor runs from right to left as the back of the camera closes, ASA is mentioned in the Instamatic handbook , less complex cameras simply have a “low speed — high speed” sensor, nominally ASA when depressed, 64 ASA when out, as indeed the Instamatic Reflex has, not to be confused with the frame indexing pin, as shown in the lower picture.

I have no other details. Finding Instamatic film. Reloading the Instamatic Cartridge. I was notified in August that Ferrania in Italy still had film in production under their Solaris brand. Kodak film discontinued. In Brazil, the Kodak Instamatic was apparently considered to be something of a luxury item, consequently a local manufacturer came up with the Tekinha Camaras, a minimalist option.

Kodak Instamatic 255X Compact Film Camera

Swains International plc are distributing this film in the UK through the Camera Shop and Photo Chemist retail outlets, product code More sophisticated cameras, such as the Kodak Instamaticrange, range and X, are able to sense a range of speeds, as the sensor runs from right to left as the back of the camera closes, ASA is mentioned in the Instamatic handbookless complex cameras simply have a “low speed — high speed” sensor, nominally ASA when depressed, 64 ASA when out, as indeed the Instamatic Reflex has, not to be confused with the frame indexing pin, as shown in the lower picture.

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Kodak film discontinued. This notch varies in position for different film speeds. Making a pinhole camera. Whilst the bulk of production was no doubt from Rochester in the USA, and Germany and England in Europe, cameras were also manufactured or assembled in Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Australia and Canada, mostly for domestic sales.

Finding Instamatic film. I have no other details. Kodak produced these cameras until in Europe with the X, until in the USA, the last model there being the XF, according to Kodak’s on-line Customer Service Pamphlet AA, though it would appear that Instamatic cameras were still being produced by Kodak in Brazil in the mid’s. Now members of the public could load their own cameras with no risk of fogging the film.

The sensor is in the groove above the film gate on most cameras where the film runs from left to right. I believe some non-Kodak cameras operate “in reverse”, in which 255c any film sensor would be under the film gate.

Kodak Film Instamatic Cameras Until the introduction of the “Kodapak” cartridge inwith it’s associated “Instamatic” brand-name, cameras aimed at the consumer market were almost universally roll-film models, with all the inherent problems of loading that that type of film incurs.

Kodak Instamatic 255x Cool Vintage 1970s Retro 126 Cartridge Film Camera

Film availability Film for this format was finally withdrawn from production by Kodak init would appear Agfa ceased 255x of this format at about the same time. I have written some thoughts on the concept of re-loading the cartridge on this website, someone may find some use for them.

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Kodak Film Instamatic Cameras. Many cartridge cameras have a four-character “camerosity” date-code, usually inside the film compartment under the film gate.

Kodak instamatic timeline. Reloading the Instamatic Cartridge.

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The concept was an immediate success, with more than 50 million Instamatic Cameras produced by In Brazil, the Kodak Instamatic was apparently considered to be something of a luxury item, consequently a local manufacturer came up with the Tekinha Camaras, a minimalist option.

The Kodapak cartridge featured automatic film-speed sensing, a feature possibly first seen on the Agfa Rapid system, and now common-place, with the introduction of DX-coding of 35mm cassettes. I was notified in August that Ferrania in Italy still had film in production under their Solaris brand. Please bear in mind that many processors may no longer be able to print the full square frame of the negative, so you may wish to research your options before ordering.

The term Instamatic went into general usage to describe any easy-to-use basic camera, which rather detracts from a range that included an interchangeable-lens SLR, several range-finder cameras, and many with top-quality lenses from the likes of Rodenstock and Schneider-Kreuznach, as well as Kodak’s own renowned Ektar. At the bottom of this page is a link to the Hints’n’Tips section of this website pointing you to possible resources of Instamatic film.