Instant EK4 camera

Front view of a camera showing the lens. Side view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Top view of a camera showing the view finder. Side view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Rear view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Front view of a camera showing the packaging. Front view of a camera showing the packaging.
Front view of a camera showing the lens. Side view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Top view of a camera showing the view finder. Side view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Rear view of a camera showing the triangular shape of the body. Front view of a camera showing the packaging. Front view of a camera showing the packaging.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 002962
Country
Date
1976 - 1978

Description

A Kodak Instant EK4 camera,. This camera used a similar technology to Polaroid to create instant photographs. Polaroid sued for infringment and won meaning that Kodak had to stop producing the camera and film. For the people who had acquired these cameras Kodak replaced them with an alternative if the owner sent them the name plate from the front.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer

Inscriptions

"Kodak EK4 Instant Camera. Made in USA"
Dimensions
Width
135mm
Height
160mm
Depth
90mm
Method Note
all plastic body parts
Material Note
plastic
unidentified
glass lens and viewfinder
textile wrist strap
card box
Colour