A decent 110 pocket camera. To keep things simple, the user has only two shutter settings. No built-in flash, only a socket for cubeflash bar. Very well built, sturdy and if you are happy with those two shutter setting, this camera can give nice results in good light conditions.
When switching from ‘normal’ to ‘tele’, the magnification of the brightline viewfinder changes and a range of symbols appears to show focus from ‘head’ to ‘mountains’. A second control, behind the shutter button, chooses ‘sunny’ or ‘cloudy’ exposure. Flash is provided by Flipflash of USA manufactured model.
|name||: Kodak Tele-Ektra 350|
|produced between||: 1980 – 1983|
|lens||: 22mm and 44mm, f/8 Reomar|
|shutter||: 1/60 – 1/250|
|film type||: 110 Cartridge|
|picture size||: 13 x 17 mm|