A very simplistic plastic point and shoot camera from
the house of George Eastman. It's a kind of 35mil version of a basic
instamatic with only one changeable function. There is a slider below the
lens housing which adjusts the ISO from 100/200 to 400/800. Very light and
easily carried either in a pocket or by the wrist strap and ready to go at
the turn of the winder. Just frame the target squeeze the trigger and
click, in that instant the picture is committed to film. When it comes
back from the lab you will be, at first, surprised by the quality of the
picture but think on for a minute. Kodak have been making simple cameras
for over 100 years and by now they have a pretty good idea of what works.
The instamatics had a superb reputation as easy to use snapshooters with
good results. Perhaps I just got lucky with the weather but the results
are excellent and with such ease of use I'm sure this will be used again.