Fuji only made a couple of disc cameras, which is surprising given their history in film -- and camera -- manufacturing.  But who knows?  Maybe there was a Fujica Disc 40, or 60, or 80????  In the end, perhaps they made the right decision -- after all, how much film goes into a Disc disc, anyway? The big difference between Fuji disc cameras and most of the others is that they use a built-in lithium battery that is not designed to be replaced. Plus, they used a great Fujinon 12.5mm f2.8 four element in four groups lens for super results. These cameras, as a result result were not cheap, and normally sold in kits, with film, etc.

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