Kodak 77x Instamatic camera set in original box

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Kodak 77x Instamatic

The Kodak 77-X Instamatic analog compact camera with Kodar lens in the original hard case including Osram mini X flash bulb, camera strap and manual. All of this in very good, hardly ever used condition.

Other info:

  • Produced 1977-1984
  • Uses 126 film cartridge

How can you take pictures with this camera?

The Kodak Instamatic cameras used 126 film. This film is no longer available, BUT you can use a regular 35mm film cassette with a few adjustments and get super fun, vintage-look results! We found a good tutorial on YouTube that we are happy to share with you:

Retro

This is a vintage item. Most of the analogue photo equipment that we offer on our website is still in working condition; however our retro cameras and accessories are mainly meant as a decorative item/collectible.

Because of the age of this object, we do not provide any type of warranty on the technical and/or optical aspects.Read more about warranty on our FAQ page.

Kodak 77x Instamatic

The Kodak 77-X Instamatic analog compact camera with Kodar lens in the original hard case including Osram mini X flash bulb, camera strap and manual. All of this in very good, hardly ever used condition.

Other info:

  • Produced 1977-1984
  • Uses 126 film cartridge

How can you take pictures with this camera?

The Kodak Instamatic cameras used 126 film. This film is no longer available, BUT you can use a regular 35mm film cassette with a few adjustments and get super fun, vintage-look results! We found a good tutorial on YouTube that we are happy to share with you:

Brand

Kodak

buy kodak camerabuy kodak cameraThe founder of Kodak, George Eastman, was a bank employee in Rochester, USA. He invented a machine for the industrial emulsion coating of photographic plates (for plate cameras) in 1879. After that, he introduced the ‘American Film’, a paper film roll that was used in the first Kodak box cameras. This would become a transparent film cassette later on.

In the beginning, you could buy the camera for 25 dollars (a huge amount in that time). It was already loaded with film. To develop and print the images, the customer had to send the complete camera to the developing central. Its later, simpler version would become the world famous “Brownie” box camera. It only costed 1 dollar and the user could reload the film himself.

Eastman’s goal was to make photography accessible to the big public. And with success! Who doesn’t know Kodak ..?

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