Sitting in my office this weekend, I glanced at my camera collection and realized that I was missing an example of my first camera. After some quick research, I discovered the exact model - the Kodak Instamatic X-15F. Google was also kind enough to let me know where to find one - Etsy. There were several great examples, and I ordered one (okay actually two) that included the classic yellow Kodak box, the General Electric Flip Flash II and instruction manual.
With the rainy weather, I decided to give the X-15F a modern day photoshoot.
Lens: f/11, 43 mm
Optics: plastic, single element, meniscus
Focus: fixed, 4 feet to infinity
Shutter: 1/90 sec. normal, 1/45 sec. flash
Batteries: none required
Tripod Mount: standard 1/4 inch by 20 threads/inch
Modern Film Speeds: 100, 200, 400 on a clear sunny f/16 day
I'll update this post soon with some sample images from the X-15F.