SOLD! 1970-74 Kodak Instamatic X-45 in Original Box
The Kodak Instamatic X-45 is a camera for Kodapak type No. 126 film cartridges. It was made by Kodak in the USA and introduced into the Instamatic range in July 1970. As a film advance mechanism it has a wind-up clockwork motor. This has to be turned two or three times; then a handful of exposures can be made until the mechanics need a new wind-up. The camera has a unique CdS-meter controlled aperture mechanism: It finds the right aperture by moving a set of different apertures over the CdS-sensor window. When the electronics recognizes sufficient light on the sensor, the right aperture is also set behind the camera lens. This camera comes in its original box that is in good condition and includes a flash cube, the instructions booklet, the camera registration card and a Kodacolor-X film CX-126 information card. The camera itself looks to have been barely used, it is in great vintage condition!
——- Although we try to give an accurate description, remember, this is a vintage item and there may be small imperfections from age or flaws from production that we have not noticed or noted in the comments. We try to list all the deficiencies, marks etc. Please review ALL pictures closely. If you are purchasing multiple items from our shop, we are happy to combine shipping and refund the difference.
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