The Kodak EK2 is the simplest model of the older Kodak Instant cameras.
As all older Kodaks it uses PR 144-10 instant
film. It was only produced between 1977 and 1979, it's also known as
"The Handle" and it was marketed also by the Coca-Cola company.
For some general information please have a look at this page.
There nearly no technical features available.
Automatic exposre Fixed focus, 1.2 - ∞ No flash, socket for flip flash Aperture is said to be F 18 and switches to F 12.8 when a flip flash is inserted No electric film ejection, you have to turn a handle (4 turns)
So here are some photos of the Kodak EK2:
The exposure system requires a 6V J battery (7K67).