A nice little junk sale classic for you today
The Kodak Instamatic 33 is a fixed focus point and shoot camera.
It was made between 1968 – 1973.
This particular one was made in England at the end of the 1960s, as you can see from the original receipt which was still in the box.
It only has 2 exposure settings, sunny or not sunny.
It takes the now long defunct 126 cartridge film. This one came with a film, obviously long expired. You can get the films online but it will be hard to find someone to process them for you.
It came complete with its original presentation box, which sits handsomely on my bookshelf.
A fun bit of photography history. I imagine many family holidays in the 1970s featured one of these little gems.