96. Kodak Instamatic 104 Cartridge Film Camera, 1966

Kodak's answer in the sixties to the simple box camera designed for their new Kodapak cartridge film. This consisted of a roll of 35 mm wound with a numbered backing-paper in a precision moulded plastic cartridge dropped simply into the Instamatic camera. In 1966 the Instamatic 104, 204 and 304 models were marketed for the newly-introduced flash cubes. The Kodak Instamatic range has been the most successful in the history of the camera as more than 70,000,000 have been sold.

Length 55 mm, width 98 mm, height 60 mm.
Inventory no. 93,748