BREAKING NEWS[canon] 7 et objectifs russes par Jean-Pierre Fantone | Bon anniv' laurent (coup double) par Laurent Th | Jean-marc jmx par Sylvain Halgand | [houghton][polaroid] par Jacques Bratieres | Herlango (1928) par Jose PP | Ihagee exakta avec carte mém... par Sylvain Halgand | Foca sport pour microscope par joel | Présentation par Eric Carlhan |
Kodak Ektralite 400 favori envoyer Print
Photos by Sylvain Halgand text by Sylvain Halgand. From the collection of Sylvain Halgand
France Version française

Chronology of the Kodak brand  New window

Manufactured in Germany from 1981 until (After) 1989.
Index of rarity in France : Frequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
Sold listing on Ebay.com New window
Inventory number: 754

See the complete technical specifications New window
Kodak Ektralite 400

Traduction de Sylvain Halgand

The Ektralite range was developed at the same time as that of Ektra. It corresponds to the same cameras, but with a built-in flash.
This 110 was announced in France November 1980 and was manufactured in Germany from 1981 to 1987. Ekralite 400 was the basic model of the range during the launching of the “Ektralite”

Its lens is Reomar 24 mm F/6,8, fix-focus from 1,20m ad infinitum. A cursor makes it possible to choose between the mode “sun” and the flash. The use of the flash regulates the aperture to 6,8 and speed to the 1/60. In the other position, if the film is Kodacolor 400, speed is 1/250 and the aperture F/9,5. With a film Kodacolor II speed is 1/125 and aperture 9,5..