The Kodak EK160-EF is an American (USA) camera that was designed between 1978 and 1982.
Its production as well as the films (Kodak PR-10 and PR-114) were suspended following the lawsuit between Polaroid and Kodak. However, you can try to replace these films with Fujifilm FI-800GT which are in the same format.
It was also sold under the name “Kodak Colorburst 50”.
- Camera type: instant,
- Lens: 100mm, f/12.8,
- Shutter: 1/300s to 2s,
- Flash: built-in,
- Weight: 1.2 kg.
Where to find it and at what price?
The camera is very common. You can find it for 10€ in flea markets and garage sales. Originally, it sold for $45.