(1979) 30mm f9.0 fixed focus lens. Single speed of 1/60. Accepts Flip-flash.
(1982) Similar in appearance to the Minolta 110 Weathermatic, it was bright yellow, floated, and had over-sized knobs. It was waterproof to 12 feet. The 26mm (f8) lens focused from 5 feet to infinity. It had a built-in flash that had a ready-light in the viewfinder. Two AA batteries produced about 150 exposures.
(1985) It sported two lenses -- a 23mm and a 43mm f1.9 lenses. That's right -- f1.9. Just the thing for low-light situations. Fixed speed of 1/150. Tripod socket. Built-in flash with a range to 20 feet (with ISO 400 film). Two AA batteries produced about 150 exposures.
(1979) 30mm f9.0 fixed focus lens. Uses both ISO 100 and 400 film. Single speed of 1/100 for ISO 100 film and 1/300 for ISO 400 film. Built in flash. Tripod socket. Takes 2 AAA batteries.
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