35mm Film Camera - Kodak Ektar H35 Half Frame Camera (Brown)

  • $48.99

KODAK EKTAR H35 Half Frame Film Camera is a 35mm camera that takes 35mm vertical images on Color or BW film 35mm Film.*

Half frame means that your 35mm frame is multiplied x 2 giving you 72 shots per 36 exp roll (or 48 shots per 24 exp roll)

100 or 200 ISO film is recommended for the H35 camera. Kodak film recommendation: Kodak Portra 160 Color, Kodak Ektar Color, Kodak Ektachrome 100Kodak TMax 100 BW or Kodak Double-X 200 BW.

Each shot yields a vertical image taking up half of your normal 35mm frame

Ideal for photographers looking to reduce film usage and related costs. It features a built-in flash and a small-and-light body, and is designed to be handy and easy-to-use; even film beginners can handle it effortlessly.

Kodak Ektar H35 Half Frame Camera Features:

Film-saving: You can have twice as many images per roll. For example, a film roll with 36 exposures can yield around 72 half-frame photos - doubled! (each 24 exp roll will yield 48 exposures).
Lightweight and Easy-to-use: The pocket-size camera is light and tiny, and hence convenient for you to bring along daily.
Built-in Flash: Turning on the flash by adjusting the silver ring around the lens so that you can use KODAK EKTAR H35 during days and nights, outdoor and indoor. Takes one AAA battery (not included but available HERE)
Four colors: Black, brown, sage and sand. Neat and natural.

Product Specifications

Film Format: 35mm (Half Frame)
Film Transport: Manual Wind And Rewind
Optical Lens: 22mm; F9.5; 2-Element Optical Grade Acrylic Lens
Shutter Release: 1/100s
Flash: Built-in
Power Supply: 1*AAA Alkaline Battery (not included but available HERE)
Dimensions: 110(W) x 62(H) x 39(D) mm
Weight: 100(g)
Materials: ABS
*Film and battery are not included
*A camera pouch and a camera strap are included


  • Please handle camera carefully. Camera can easily break if you FORCE rewind your film. If you do, it will BREAK.
  • This item is not returnable.
  • Do not advance your film past the number of exposures. Doing so will jam your camera making rewinding difficult.

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