FILM CAMERA - 126 Kodak Instamatic X-15 (Vintage - Tested)
The Kodak X-15 camera takes 126 cartridge film and was introduced in 1976 and manufactured through 1988.
This popular Instamatic is battery free and uses a MagiCube for flash photography.
NOTE that 126 cartridge film is no longer manufactured but you can use expired film (from ebay) or 35mm film with our Do-It-Yourself Adapter. (Note that MagiCubes are different than "FlashCubes" when buy on ebay)
- Camera: Vintage and tested by Michael Raso
Film not included but can be purchased HERE.
- Film Type: 126
- Image Size: 28x28 mm
- Lens: 43mm, f/11 Meniscus
- Shutter Speed: 1/90 sec., (1/40 sec. with Flipflash installed)
- Flash: Flipflash socket
- Optimum Flash Distance: 5 to 16 feet
- This model camera works with 126 cartridges and the FakMatic 35mm to 126 Film Adapter
Please note that this camera is fully tested by The (FPP) Film Photography Project. Camera is vintage and may have a few scuffs and/or physical imperfections. These imperfections will not affect performance. Due to the cameras age, we do not grade the lens glass, inspect seals, test shutter accuracy or accept returns.