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A typical keychain 110 camera with various tiny animals on the front. Take your pick -- panda, squirrel, hedgehog, etc. -- and your choice of colors!
It is basically a keychain camera -- single shutter speed and fixed aperture -- in a full-sized body with a sliding lens-cover, and a flip-up viewfinder. Like the keychain cameras, it came in various colors -- and sold under other names/labels in various markets, such as Matroska in Russia.
A nice attempt at a spy camera that looks like a book. The cover opens up to use as a viewfinder. Available in different colors and titles.
It looks like a mini 35mm camera -- or a clamshell 110 camera -- but with a built-in flash (with an ON/OFF switch) and viewfinder. It needs one AA battery for the flash, and has the standard fixed shutter speed (1/60) and aperture (f8). It came in different colors and names, such as Ikimono.
Has a 1/100 shutter speed, and a 8.9mm f13.5 curvalinear lens. It has an attached lens cap -- instead of a keychain. It was sold with different names, such as Demekin.
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