Kodak EK4 Instant Camera
The EK4 was the first instant camera made by Kodak, introduced some 30 years after the Polaroid was invented. The camera used film packs and was made in several models, including the Kodak colourburst and the Kodamatic cameras. Kodak stopped producing instant cameras in 1986 having lost a patent infringement suit from Polaroid.
- 1976 - 1978 Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
- Manual Focus
- Automatic exposure control
- PR10 instant film
- Manual crank for film processing