3M ("M"innesota "M"ining and "M"anufacturing) made a lot of photographic film over the years -- including disc film -- appearing under the 3M label, and several other brand names -- but 3M never made any disc cameras.  However there were at least four disc cameras that were sold with the 3M label on them.  They were all re-badged Haking cameras, that had 12.5mm f2.8 fixed-focus, fixed aperture lenses, a fixed shutter speed, a built-in flash that required batteries -- and were sold under other names as well, such as Dixons, Haking, Halina, and Continental.

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