Agfa was right on Kodak's heels as soon as the first 110 cameras were announced -- making 110 cameras AND 110 film -- starting in 1973. They made an incredible number of 110 cameras, from bare-bones models to top-of-the-line -- although they never went "all out" with SUPER models, like Minolta, Pentax, Fuji, etc.  Many models used the push-pull design of the Minox/Minolta to advance the film -- this made the camera more compact when not in use.  Many of their cameras have a "Sensor" button, which is nothing more than a SOFTer shutter release button -- in an attempt to minimize the inherent movement of the 110 camera when pressing the shutter.  On most (all?) of their 110 cameras, the hand strap could be removed, and the socket could be used as a standard tripod socket -- nice touch.

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