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The Retina I F is a 35 mm viewfinder with a match-needle coupled selenium lightmeter made by Kodak AG from 1963 to 1964. It features a Schneider Xenar 2.8/45 lense on a Prontor 50 LK shutter and a AG-1 bulb slot on the top with a foldable reflector.

About 37,000 pieces were made.

As an improved version of the Retina I F, the Retina II F offered a rangefinder.