National Geographic : 1977 Jun
First, it shoots big, colorful pictures two ways, telephoto and normal. Actual picture size is 3/2"x 4 2 And it's got automatic exposure control. (The electronic shutter and lens opening are programmed to give me the right exposure in different light conditions.) I can focus from 3 feet (for clear, sharp close-ups) to infinity. And since the viewfinder changes from normal to telephoto with the lens switch, I frame my pictures accurately. There's much more; a lens cover that doubles as a shade, my own monogram, double exposure prevention, low-level light indicator...the list goes on. I WANTED EVERYTHING Frank giving the ball a ride out of IN MY the shade. POCKET. I wanted the best of both worlds... the flexibility and range of telephoto and automatic exposure plus the go-anywhere convenience of a pocket camera. Little Anne in a rare quiet moment. The Kodak own your own Tele-Instamatic" Kodak camera 708 camera Tele-Instomatic 708 less than $96. Outfits with Kodak color film & flipflash, slightly more. Price is subject to change without notice.