Kodak Instamatic 104 Film Camera
Kodak's greatest success in camera history was the Instamatic camera series for its 126 film-cartridge. Sixty million such cameras were sold by Kodak alone, mostly in the 1960s and 1970s. The 104 features a connector for the flashcube, when cocked for the next exposure, the camera turns the flashcube 90 degrees to bring the next flashbulb into position. The cube can be detached by pressing the button on the front of the camera. This camera has an attached "field" case that is hinged on the bottom. The camera was produced by Eastman Kodak Co. in the U.S., and also by Kodak's overseas plants. This collectible camera is used and in worn condition with a little rust on the metal parts, sold as is.