Lots of 110 cameras were called "micro". It was part of the name of several cameras, and there was even a company called "Micro".
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Like all "keychain" 110, it uses the 110 cassette as the body of the camera. Single speed. Single aperture. Pop-up viewfinder. Many colors and/or logos -- like Kellogg's -- but many were sold "unbranded" as "Micro 110. These types of cameras are still made today and used primarly for business promotions (ex., free camera if you sign up today.) See also Arcon Micro 110, Vivitar Micro 110, Holga Micro 110, and Hanimex Micro 110, etc., etc., etc.
Micro 110 built into a Cat holding a Fish. Several varieties.
Micro 110 built into a Panda Bear. Several varieties.
Micro 110 built into a Cheeseburger. Several varieties.
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