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Kodak Ektra 22-EF, 110 cassette film camera, c1978

For the vast majority of people who take pictures and don't want to be encumbered with all the technicalities, an equally vast number of cameras have been designed. One problem was the loading of film which often entailed routing film or paper backing leaders over rollers and into fiddly slots. The 110 cassette was designed to overcome this, simply being dropped into the back of the camera. Cameras making use of this film were generally very simple indeed, literally being point and press. The negative size of 13 x 17mm was rather limiting and exposure control was either very basic or relied upon the films wide latitude to achieve a result - which were often rather grainy. The Kodak Ektra 22-EF is not un-typical of the breed, being very limited in functions....and quite sizable compared to the negative it produces.
Donated in August 2004 by Mr. E Phoeby.


Lens Kodar 25mm
Condition, 6F

Kodak Ektra 22-EF, 110 cassette film camera, c1978

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