Kodak Instamatic 204
The Kodak Instamatic 204 was made in the U.K. It was introduced in January, 1966 and withdrawn in November, 1968. It used 126 film cartridges and flashcubes. It had a 41mm lens set to f/6.6. The shutter fired at either 1/40th or 1/60th of a second, depending on how you set the dial at the front. People bought Instamatics in their millions because there wasn't any tiresome roll-film handling and fiddly controls to understand.