Konica made two (or four) disc cameras -- depending on how you look at it. Both of them -- I mean, all four -- were all top-notch. Introduced in 1983, they were only produced for a year, and were discontinued due to their high price and low sales. The motor drive and flash were powered by factory-installed, long-life, lithium batteries. The exposure was controlled by a CdS photo cell. They were sold with silver or gold bodies, and protective "clam-shell" design makes them look like no other Disc cameras.

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