RESERVED EXTERNALLY WELL EVERYTHING HAS WORK SHUTTER,flashlight and diaphragm Kodak Ektralite 450 is a camera for the 110 film format. It has a choice of "sunny" and "cloudy" settings, has a built-in flash, was introduced in 1980, and was made in Germany This 110 was manufactured in Germany from 1981 to 1987. Its lens is Reomar 24 mm F/6,8, fix-focus from 1,20m ad infinitum. A cursor makes it possible to choose between the mode “sun”, the mode “cloud” and the flash. The use of the flash regulates the aperture to 6,8 and speed to the 1/60. In the position “sun”, if the film is Kodacolor 400, speed is 1/250 and the aperture F/9,5. With a film Kodacolor II speed is 1/125 and aperture 9,5.
In mode “Cloud”, if the film is Kodacolor 400, speed is 1/60 and the aperture F/9,5. With a film Kodacolor II speed is 1/60 and aperture 9,5.
When the camera is in Flash position, a pin leaves between the finder and the lens, where he is written “Reomar 24 mm”. When the cap (handle) is folded back, this pin is pushed back. That results in to reposition the cursor on the mode “cloud” and to stop the flash. Like all the outfit of the Ektra cameras, this one contained, in addition to the instructions, a plate of self-adhesive letters (silver on black bottom) making it possible to the owner to personalize his camera, by sticking its initial in three sites to the back of the camera, a folder with 10 photo councils and a general presentation of the cameras Ektra, advantage of their handle and flash usable with Ektra.