Kodak Super Six-20
the first "auto" camera - 1938
At $225 it was half the price of a new Ford

Posted 11-7-'12

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With only 786 known cameras made (according to a letter from Kodak)... the manuals are kind of rare.. But I have one !
The biggest problem (in that letter from Kodak) was the light meter was geared towards slow film (not adjustable) and could not be used
with the newer faster film that was out when the camera was finally released.  
It cost $225 in 1938 and they stopped production in 1945.