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Kodak Trimlite Instamatic * 28 and 38 cameras. less than $56. The Trimlite 38 camera has all that plus two-position focusing for \ sharp close-ups, a faster f/8 lens and a wider electronic shutter range from 1/225 to 5 seconds. less than $69. I WANTED Outfits with Kodak color film & flipflash slightly more AN AUTOMATIC CAMERA IN MY POCKET. The sun doesn't always shine. And good times can happen any time. Which is why I wanted a little Kodak camera that would take big, Here's my friend, Martha. colorful pictures, (actual size 3 " x 4%") on cloudy days as well as sunshiny days. There were two Kodak automatic exposure cameras in my price range. The Trimlite 28 camera has a sharp f/9.5 lens, sliding lens cover, electronic shutter from 1/160 to 1/30 second, CdS meter for automatic exposure control and a low-light signal. Here's how Martha looks close up. own your own Kodak camera N Trimlite Instam atic Prices are subject to change without notice.