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Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Jan 10th, 2022. Artwork published in .
    Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras 1
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    The Pleaser II Kodamatic is an instant camera by Kodak, introduced in 1982 as a successor to the Pleaser. It’s operated with HS144 film and was produced until 1985. The Pleaser II logo is based on the “Love” weight of True Critt, a Headliners original designed by Critt Graham in 1970.

    The Pleaser Trimprint (1984–1986) is a related model that also uses True Critt for the logo.

    Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras 2
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    Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras 3
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    Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras 5
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    Kodak Pleaser II and Pleaser Trimprint instant cameras 7
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