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Kodak Disc 6100

Kodak Disc 6100

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Everything seems to work with a bit of button fidgeting. Flash works, screen works, buttons work, film door works, there's no battery cover, takes 1 CR2 battery, back screen works and film advance/return works. Don't forget to check out the rest of my shop!!! More, older or newer, cameras and accessories to come!!! Ask questions if you have them :)

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Specs

The basic 12.5mm (approximately 40mm equivalent) f/2.8 lens of the 6100 has two preset focus zones: 0.5 to 1.2 metres (1.5' to 5') and 1.2 metres (5') to infinity, which may be chosen by adjusting the sliding switch underneath the lens. By doing this, the main lens assembly is moved in front of the close-up lens. The exposure is automatically adjusted, and the built-in flash will activate as needed. The shutter speeds are 1/100 second f/2.8 with flash and 1/200 second f/6 in natural light. Additional features include automatic film advance, a sliding close-up lens, automated exposure, an integrated flash, an integrated 3V Lithium battery, a permanently connected front cover, and a convenient carry strap. The camera was made between 1984 and 1987.

History

The Disc 4000, 6000, and 8000 versions of Kodak disc cameras, which are made by the Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester, New York, were released in the USA in June 1982. A different model, the Kodak Disc 2000, was released simultaneously but was not sold in the USA. In September 1982, all four variants were available on the UK market. They were not well received by customers as Kodak had intended. Images were frequently deemed "acceptable" but seldom extraordinary. Kodak stopped making cameras in 1988 and films in 1998 due to declining sales. Kodak produced the Hawkeye disc 7000, Medalist I, II, and Tele, as well as the disc 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, 8000, 3500, 3100, 4100, and 6100 over the course of its production history. The Kodak 460 and 470, two high-end variants, as well as the Kodak Tele disc, Kodak Challenger, and Tele Challenger.

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